We are two Anglican parishes who love God and believe that Jesus is risen from the dead.
St Peter’s Church is at the North end of the village on Market Place and regular services here follow the Book of Common Prayer.
Christ Church can be found at the top of The Green and services here use contemporary language and resources from Common Worship.
Together we seek to serve the Kingdom of God and the people of Mountsorrel.

  • You are welcome to join us…

    I’m glad you’ve found our website and I hope you find everything that you are looking for. We’ve got a special service taking place this Thursday (2nd February) at St Peter’s Church Mountsorrel beginning at 7pm. It is a service of Holy Communion to mark the feast day of The Presentation of Christ in the Temple also known as Candlemas. It brings to an end our Christmas and Epiphany celebrations. You would be more than welcome to join us.

    This coming weekend in our Churches we gather for Sunday worship on Sunday 5th February at 9.30am in St Peter’s Church for a service of Morning Prayer (Matins) and at 11am in Christ Church for a service of Holy Communion. Again, you would be more than welcome to come along to our services.

    If you are new to Church, do make yourself known to one of our welcome team and they will make sure you have everything you need to make the most of your time with us. When the services end, there will be tea and coffee available so that you can chat with other members of the congregation. I hope we will see you soon.

Recent News:

  • Christianity Explored
    We’re about to begin a new Christianity Explored course and would love to extend a warm welcome to anyone who would like to find out more about the Christian faith. During this short course, you will learn some of the basics of the Christian faith and have the opportunity to ask questions. Because each course
  • Nativity Service
    Our Nativity Service at St. Peter’s Church is this Wednesday at 11.00am. There are parts for everyone, so do come along and join in, or just come to watch. If you would like to take part please come a little earlier so we can sort a costume for you, or please bring your own, we
  • Light Party
    We do hope that those who joined us on Monday evening enjoyed doing crafts, eating toast and playing some silly games. Well done to those who didn’t mind getting either wet or covered in flour. Many thanks to those from the congregation who came along to help.