We are a group of five church communities within the Diocese of Leicester who are seeking to be shaped by God. Worship and service are at the heart of what we are and what we do. Our aim is to build a caring community where the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are loved, worshipped and shared with everyone.
The churches of the benefice organise a variety of regular and one-off events for social, spiritual, educational, artistic and fundraising purposes. To find out about recent and planned events please follow this link.
THE CHURCH AND COVID-19:
the church itself is very much alive, active and OPEN
The doors of our church buildings will unfortunately be closed in January and February. We hope to be open just as soon as possible, but we are taking every measure to keep us all safe in the current circumstances. Please join us for our online services and keep an eye on this website regarding the return of live services.
Take part and worship from your home:
J22 BENEFICE YOUTUBE CHANNEL
We invite you to:
a service premiering every Sunday at 10.15am
Prayers for the end of the day 'Compline' - will be posted on a Wednesday evening (approx 8pm)
a weekly 'Thought for Thursday!' posted on a Thursday Morning
CLICK THE YOUTUE LOGO TO GO TO OUR CHANNEL. Please note, these are the times they are uploaded but they can be watched at any time after that to suit you.
Click the button below to read the latest edition
Online resources are also available from the websites of the Diocese of Leicester and of the Church of England
PLUS a free phone line for daily hymns and prayers, perhaps tp pass to those not online - info here
SAFEGUARDING - If you have a safeguarding concern, please contact our Safeguarding team or the Rector. If you wish to speak to the Diocesan Safeguarding Team, or to someone outside the church, their contact details are available here.
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