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.

  • An invitation for you…

    Welcome to our website. We’d like to thank you for popping by and take this opportunity to invite you to join us for our public worship services in the coming days. They are open to all and all are welcome.
    Sunday worship is a key expression of our love for God and we believe that when we gather together, Jesus is with us and among us. We hope that you too might be able to join us this coming weekend for one of our services.

    Christ Church
    We meet at 11am with the other Churches in Mountsorrel (Anglican, Baptist & Methodist) to celebrate the feast of Pentecost when Christians remember the gift of the Holy Spirit being poured out on the early disciples. This Sunday we will be sharing Communion together. During the service we will also be offering prayers for healing – either for yourself or someone who know who is in need of prayer at this time.

    St Peter’s Church
    We will joining together at Christ Church for our morning service and then gathering again in St Peter’s Church at 6pm for our service of Evening Prayer, sometimes called Evensong. This is a traditional service with a beautiful blend of words and music which we are sure you will find moving.

    Muddy Church
    Before we get to Sunday, we welcome you to try our Muddy Church on Saturday 18th May starting at 4pm. This is an opportunity to spend time outdoors in God’s wonderful creation. We meet in The Orchard – part of the Vicarage Garden. Follow the signs around the back of Christ Church. Don’t forget to dress appropriately for the weather. Wellies, waterproofs and umbrellas may be required.

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Bible Verse of the Day:

Surely God is my help; the Lord is the one who sustains me.
Psalm 54:4

Recent News:

  • Latest Church News
    The May edition of our Church News is now available in our Churches. It can also be viewed online by following this link: https://mountsorrelchurch.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/05/2024-05-Newsletter.pdfWe hope you will find it full of useful information and news about all that is happening in the life of our Church here in Mountsorrel.
  • Church News
    Our April edition of Church News is now available in our churches for you to pick up free of charge. It is also available to view and download from our website. CLICK TO DOWNLOAD Church News contains all the details of our forthcoming events and services. We hope you find it an informative and useful […]
  • March News
    Our March edition of Church News has now been printed and is available in our Churches free of charge. You can also download a copy from our website here. As well as lots of information about upcoming events and services, you will find lots of other interesting articles. We hope that you find it informative […]
  • Latest Church News
    The latest edition of our Church News is currently being printed and will be available to collect from our Churches this weekend. You can read a copy here on our website now. We hope you find it informative and look forward to seeing you at some of our forthcoming events and services. READ THE FEBRUARY […]
  • Vocations Day
    Being called by God doesn’t always lead to ordained ministry. There are so many ways to live out your faith in the life and mission of the church and wider community. If you feel God’s calling you to be or do something, then you might find an answer at the Diocese of Leicester’s forthcoming Vocations […]
  • Bell Ringing Suspended
    Unfortunately, due to a broken stay on one of the bells, there will be no bell ringing at St Peter’s Church until further notice. We are sorry for the disappointment. Our team are working on fixing the issue and getting us back to normal as soon as possible.