Welcome To

 

St Botolph’s, Shepshed

and

St James the Greater, Oaks-in-Charnwood

St Botolph's Services

8am – Holy Communion (2nd Sunday – Morning Prayer)

10am- Children’s Church (Church Hall)

10am – Holy Communion (Church) / Family Communion (1st Sunday)

6pm – Book of Common Worship (1st/2nd Sunday of the Month)

St James the Greater Services

8:30 – Holy Communion

11:00  – Family Service (3rd Sunday of month)

 

Welcome

St Botolph’s, in the centre of Shepshed, is a lively, happy parish with many church organisations.

Youth and Children’s work includes a group for pre-school children and Messy Church. There is a Mother’s Union branch, bell-ringing group, choir, and praise band. A number of house groups meet regularly for Bible study and fellowship.

St. Botolph’s is an active member of Churches Together in Shepshed and part of the Northern Lights mission partnership. St. Botolph’s Church is open every Tuesday and Saturday morning from 9:30-12:30 when tea and coffee are available. We love people to pop in for interest, chat or just a cuppa!

St James the Greater, Oaks-in-Charnwood, is in an idyllic rural setting, much in demand for Quiet Days and weddings.

There is a bell-ringing group, Mothers’ Union branch, a Senior Citizens club, dance groups and a Gardening Club. “Meeting Point” for prayer and Bible study is held weekly. There is a strong link with the nearby Cistercian Monastery at Mount St Bernard.

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Light a Life

Many people find Christmas a time of sorrow as they miss their loved ones who have died. The Pastoral Assistant and her Care Team will be in church on Saturday Dec 15th between 2.00 and 6.00 pm to offer love and support to the bereaved or those who find Christmas...

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Christmas Services

Midnight Communion Mon 24th Dec 8. 30 pm St. James’ Church 11.00 pm St. Botolph’s Church Christmas Day Communion and Carols Tues 25th Dec 10.00 am

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Christingle

Christingle Services Sun 16th Dec 4.00 pm St. James’ Church Mon 24th Dec 2.00 pm St. Botolph’s Church 4.00 pm 6.00 pm

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Colin Stinchcombe

Many people are asking how Colin is progressing following his strokes. He is doing well, he now has some use back on his left side and can move his arm and his foot. He will be in Coalville Hospital on Snibstone Stroke Unit for the forseeable future. He will welcome...

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The Eucharist – What does it mean to you?

Twelve people gathered together at St Botolph’s Church on a Saturday morning to explore the meaning of the Eucharist, or Communion Service (Common worship) as we also call it. Eucharist comes from the Greek words eucharistein and eulogein which recall the Jewish...

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Our Churches

St Botolph's Church

St James The Greater