At St. Margaret's...
At St. Peter's...
It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
His Royal Highness passed away peacefully at Windsor Castle.
The Bishop of Coventry, the Right Reverend Dr Christopher Cocksworth, says: "With people across Coventry and Warwickshire, I mourn the passing of His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, and I give thanks for the great energy and dedication of His long life of service. I pray for Her Majesty The Queen and for the whole Royal Family, that in the midst of grief and loss, they may know the peace and strength of God."
The Government has advised that physical books of condolence should not be used at this time. Online books of condolence can be found at:
Services in church...
Live services are happening in churches again! We would love to welcome you. This Sunday 11th April, Messy Church is back in church at 3pm observing the current restrictions.
…and services online
Alternatively, our online service will still be available on Sundays from 9am on our YouTube channel. You can also watch previous services, including Messy Church.
Please read our latest newsletter with this week's news or view our previous newsletters. These include details of a virtual Sunday school for children. You may find an order of service for the online services useful.
Our Church is a warm and friendly community of people of all ages.
unusual time we continue to provide spiritual support to the
people in the villages of Wolston, Brandon and Bretford (St. Margaret's)
and Church Lawford and Kings Newnham (St. Peter's). If you need any
support during this lockdown, please contact the church office and someone will be able to help you.
continue to pray and learn together online on Sundays, and in smaller
groups during the week, where this can be done within the limitations of
Would you like prayer? For anything big or small. Text or call 07415954894 and a small team will pray for you, in confidence.
churches are also open for private prayer at the times given above.
Someone will be there to guide you regarding safety procedures. The
strict rules are there to protect you and others.
What's happening while restrictions are in place?
While the Church buildings of St Margaret's and St Peter's have limited opening times, the church as groups of people will continue to worship, pray, and join others in serving the community.
Pastoral support is operating by phone. Please contact us.
Practical support, like shopping for those self-isolating, is available see 'Serving the community' below.
Prayer: If you would like prayer for someone please let us know.
Serving the community
Church members, like so many in the community, are helping those around them survive and thrive in this unprecedented situation.
We are supporting people who are self-isolating, vulnerable or lonely or need to hear a friendly voice over the phone.
For Wolston, Brandon and Bretford please contact the community helpline on 07384756779 and tell them you would like someone from the church to contact you. For Church Lawford and Kings Newnham, please email the Church Lawford and King's Newnham support group.
St. Margaret's is committed to safeguarding children, young people and adults at risk. Please read our safeguarding page if you want further information about safeguarding, including how to contact our parish safeguarding officer.