You can join an online act of worship every Sunday at 10am by going to our YouTube logo channel.

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 You can also watch previous services, including Messy Church. 

 Please also read our weekly letter and order of services sent out each week, which includes details of how to join in with Coffee after the service on Zoom logo. If you would like more details, please contact the church office. Why not plan to ring or text someone later in the day?

Thy Kingdom Come

This year  from Ascension (May 21) to Pentecost  (June 1) we are taking part again in Thy Kingdom Come. It is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus. What started in 2016 as an invitation from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to the Church of England has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer.

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You can read it online, download an app for your phone (Android/iOS) or have an email sent to you each day by emailing the church office.

Need Prayer?

Would you like prayer? For anything big or small. Text or call 07415954894 and a small team will pray for you, in confidence.

Messy Church

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The next Messy Church is on 7th June at 16:00 via our YouTube channel

While we can't meet up, we can still do things together!

There is also a sheet of things to do!

If you are on Facebook logo Facebook, you can add Messy Church as a friend to keep in touch.

There are daily activities for children and families this week on our church Facebook logo Facebook page.

More kids stuff

Here is a list of other resources for children and families.

What's happening while restrictions are in place?

While the Church buildings of St Margaret's and St Peter's are closed the church will continue to worship, pray, and join others in serving the community.  

  • Spiritual support: here are a variety of resources and a fact sheet to download.
  • Pastoral support is operating by phone: 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 let us know here

Serving the community

view of village greenChurch members, like so many in the community, are helping those around them survive and thrive in this unprecedented situation. 

St. Margaret's Church are supporting people in our parish who are self-isolating, vulnerable or lonely in need of hearing a friendly voice over the phone.

Please contact the community helpline on 07384 756779, and tell them you would like someone from the church to contact you.

St Margaret's church... under normal circumstances!

Our Church is a warm, friendly, family-based church in the village of Wolston, serving the villages of Wolston, Brandon and Bretford. We welcome people of all ages from babies to over 90 year olds!

We aim to live out Jesus' teaching in the 21st Century through lively worship and Bible-based preaching that is both meaningful and relevant in today's world.

Where is the Church? By the War memorial there is a turning to the Church and St Margaret's School. Go over the brook, past the school, across the cattle grid and keep going! You can find a map here. You can see the Church across the field from the Main Street through the village.

Contact us? You can phone or visit the Church Office weekday mornings from 9.30 -12.30 am. It is located upstairs at the Baptist Church by the Co-op. More contact details are available here.

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.

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