Our Church is a warm, friendly, community of people of all ages.
During this 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).
We continue to pray and learn together online or in the church building on Sundays, and in smaller groups during the week where this can be done within the limitations of current restrictions.
Please note whilst the new ‘Rule of Six’ does apply to any groups meeting in the church or church rooms, it does not apply to any church services, so thankfully these will continue to go ahead.
Here is our latest newsletter with this week's news. It includes details of the Carriers of Hope shoe box project and a virtual Sunday school for children.
We are collecting for the foodbank, every week, before Tuesday. Paul from Coventry Foodbank in Willenhall would like to thank everyone from Wolston and Church Lawford for all our continued support. All food donations are still very much needed. This week we were told "God works in mysterious ways. We were 10 trollies short of food that we ordered to come and were really struggling and then you came with all this food!" So thank you so much to everyone who continues to donate. Please keep donating as people living very close to us are in great need of food and basic essentials. Click here to see a list of things that they are in urgent need of! Thank you again!
If you would like to contribute to the foodbank, please drop food around to the Vicarage, Brook Street, Wolston or 29 School Street in Church Lawford and we will be happy to take it from you!
Services in church...
Services in St Margaret's and St Peter's continue, with restrictions on the numbers of people allowed to attend. The seating arrangements conform to social distancing rules. Our priority is the safety of all those who attend. We are asking everyone to use hand sanitiser on arrival and to please wear a face mask throughout the whole service.
...and services online
We would love you to join our online act of worship, which happens every Sunday. You can watch from 9am onwards by going to our channel (click here or on the image below)
You can also watch previous services, including Messy Church.
Please also read our order of online service and letter sent out each week.
If you would like more details, please contact the church office.
Would you like prayer? For anything big or small. Text or call 07415954894 and a small team will pray for you, in confidence.
The church is also open for
private prayer at the following times. Someone will be there to guide you regarding safety procedures. The strict rules that are there to protect you and others.
St Margaret’s, Wolston – Thursdays 10am to 12pm.
We will continue to review this as we get a clearer idea of the number of people who wish to visit. Services will continue both online and at church for the foreseeable future.
What's happening while restrictions are in place?
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
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
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, in need of hearing a friendly voice over the phone.
For Wolston, Brandon and Bretford please contact the community helpline on 07384 756779, and tell them you would like someone from the church to contact you. For Church Lawford and Kings Newnham, please contact: 07791 525918.
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.