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.
We are pleased to confirm that Revd Andrew Smith officially became Rector of this benefice following the Service of Institution and Induction on Monday 21st September.
THE CHURCH AND COVID-19
THE REALLY GOOD NEWS IS: that we are now holding church services in the churches in our Benefice.
A full risk assessment has been carried out by the church wardens and approved by the area dean and precautions are in place, varying at each venue. Please go to the page for your church to see details for service etc.
Please wear facemasks. If that’s not possible, please contact your church warden in advance if possible.
We would like to welcome Andrew and his family!
As the attendee numbers were severely restricted, due to C-19, a video of the service has been made
PLEASE NOTE - Information & Resources continue during this time of easing the Covid-19 lockdown
Look at the links below to see how you can continue to worship from your home; read the weekly sermon; download this month's church magazine!
Do you know anyone who is not online and might like to use this - please let them have the details ….
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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