It’s god that you have found our website, but we’d love to meet you in person. Why not join one of our Church services this weekend (23rd July).
At St Peter’s Church, starting at 9.30am, there will be a service of Holy Communion especially adapted for the whole family. We’d love to welcome you to the service and then share tea/coffee with you after the service.
At Christ Church, starting at 11am, there will be a service of Sunday Worship led by Helen Hodson. The preacher will be Mel Rowley.
As we begin the Leicestershire school holidays, we would love to invite you to join us at either Christ Church or St Peter’s Church for our services of Sunday Worship this weekend on Sunday 16th July.
At Christ Church, there is a service of Holy Communion which begins at 11am. The service will be led by Revd Steve Delaforce, who will also be sharing from God’s Word.
At St Peter’s Church, there will be a service of Evening Prayer (Evensong) which will begin at 6pm. This service will be led by Mr Edmund Stacey and the preacher will be our Youth Worker, Kat Jenkins.
We do hope you might be able to join us for either or both of these services.
Welcome to our Church website. We hope it gives you a flavour of what our Church is like. But we’d love to welcome you in person to our Sunday Worship and we’ve got some great services planed for Sunday 9 July.
Our Sunday Worship on begins with a service of Holy Communion at St Peter’s Church starting at 9.30am. The service will use words from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. After the service there will be refreshments served with opportunity for getting to know one another.
Then, at 11am, there will be All Age Worship at Christ Church which will include the baptism of Logan. Come and share with him in this important moment as he commits himself to following Jesus. Refreshments are available throughout the service and the atmosphere will be relaxed.
Later in the afternoon, we have something special for those of more senior years when we open the doors of St Peter’s Church once more for our Senior Sunday service and tea. A short service of worship beginning at 4pm will be followed by afternoon tea served in the Vestry.
I am happy to extend to you an invitation to join us this weekend at one of our Church services.
This weekend, you can join us on Sunday 25th June for the following services:
St Peter’s Church, 9.30am – we gather for a service of Holy Communion designed to be accessible by all ages. Using the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer, our service will be led by me, Colin Resch, with the assistance of Alison White.
Christ Church, 11am – we meet for Sunday Worship with the inclusion of baptisms. The service will be led by Mel Rowley, our preacher will be Linda Vesty and the baptisms will be conducted by me.
Do join us if you can. You will be guaranteed a warm welcome. If it’s your first time with us, please let our welcome team know when you arrive and we will ensure that you have everything you need to join in with the worship.
With every blessing to you, Colin Resch.
This coming Sunday is Father’s Day and we will be marking this with a special Cafe Church service at Christ Church, 11am. Bacon rolls will be served to all and tea/coffee will be available throughout the service. Come and join us for this relaxed act of worship during which we will thank God, our heavenly Father, for the example of fatherhood he gives to us. We will thank him for the love our own fathers have shown to us; we will remember our own fathers who are no longer with us; we will pray for all those whose relationships with their own fathers was far from perfect and for whom this day is difficult.
On Sunday evening, we gather at St Peter’s Church, 6pm for a service of Evening Prayer (Evensong) using the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer.
I do hope you will be able to come along to either of these services and I look forward to seeing you there.
With every blessing, Colin Resch.
At the heart of all we do, is our worship of the risen Lord Jesus. You can join in with us at any of our events and services, but especially on Sundays.
This coming Sunday we have three opportunities where you can join us for worship:
At St Peter’s Church, 9.30am, there will be a service of Holy Communion using the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer.
At Christ Church, 11am, there will be a service of All Age Worship suitable for the whole family. Tea and Coffee will be served throughout the service and there will be activities suitable for all ages.
Later, at St Peter’s Church, 4pm, there will be our Senior Sunday service for the elderly (those age sixty plus) who live alone. This short twenty minute service will be followed by a sandwich tea with tea/coffee and cakes.
I hope you will be able to join us for one or more of these services. With every blessing, Colin Resch
Have you ever wondered about the Trinity: One God, three persons – Father, Son, Holy Spirit?
Sunday 4 June is Trinity Sunday. Come and join us for worship and all may be made clear.
Join us at St Peter’s Church, 9.30am for a service of Holy Communion led by Alison Prince. or at Christ Church, 11am for a service of Holy Communion led by me, Colin Resch. You will receive a warm welcome in either Church. If it’s your first time with us, do let one of our welcome team know and we will make sure that you have everything you need to get the most out of your time with us.
Later, at 4pm, we will have our Fun@4 and Youth@4 event at Christ Church. This is open to everyone and is particularly suitable for those with young children as there will be plenty of activities for the whole family to join in with.
May God bless you, Colin Resch
We are currently in a period of prayer. Thursday 18 May was Ascension Day and it marked the beginning of Thy Kingdom Come – a time when the Church prays for the growing of God’s Kingdom. Our Churches are open during the day for quiet prayer and contemplation . Each evening until the eve of Pentecost (27 May), there will be a short service of Compline (night prayer) beginning at 8.30pm in St Peter’s Church.
This culminates with Pentecost Sunday when the Church remembers the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the early believers in Jerusalem. We will mark this with services of Holy Communion in both of our Churches:
At St Peter’s Church we begin at 9.30am. I will be leading the service together with Alison White, one of our children and family workers.
At Christ Church we begin at 11am. Our service here will be led by Steve Delaforce.
I do hope you will be able to join us for worship and celebration this weekend. With every blessing, Colin Resch.
Thursday 18th May is Ascension Day, when we remember the returning to heaven of our risen Lord Jesus. We will mark this at St Peter’s Church with a service of Holy Communion at 7pm. You are most welcome to join us for this service. If you are not sure, you are also welcome to come along and sit and watch with no obligation to join in. After the service, there will be refreshments served in the vestry.
Ascension Day also marks the beginning of Thy Kingdom Come when we give extra time in prayer – particularly praying for those we know who do not yet know Jesus. Our Churches will be open during the day and each evening, from Ascension Day (18 May) to the eve of Pentecost (27 May), there will be a short service of Compline (night prayer) beginning at 8.30pm in St Peter’s Church.
You can join us for Sunday worship on 21st May in Christ Church for a service of Sunday worship with communion at 11am. During this service, we will also give the opportunity for prayers for healing – either for yourself or someone else. Later, at 6pm, we will gather in St Peter’s Church for a service of Evening Prayer beginning at 6pm.
I hope you can join us. Love and blessings, Colin Resch.
Following on from a very busy coronation weekend, there’s a lot going on in our Churches this coming weekend too. I hope you will be able to join us for one or more of these Sundy services.
At Christ Church there will be a service of Sunday Worship at 11am. This service will be led by members of our Children and Families team and accessible to those of any age.
At St Peter’s Church there will be a service of Holy Communion at 9.30am. We will use the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer accompannied by the singing of hymns. Later, at 4pm, there will be a Senior Sunday service which is open to anyone who is over sixty and living on their own. A short twenty minute service will be followed by a sandwich tea and cakes in the vestry.
I do hope you might be able to join us for worship this weekend. With love and blessings, Colin Resch.