St Botolph’s, Shepshed
St James the Greater, Oaks-in-Charnwood
Services at St Botolph's
Sundays – 10am – Holy Communion
Wednesdays – 9am – Morning Prayer
Saturdays – 9am – Morning Prayer
Services at St James
1st and 3rd Sundays Only
8:30am – Book of Common Prayer
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.
Christian Aid Soup Lunches Event Since there is doubt over whether this event can be held in St. Botolph’s church hall this year the lunches will be delivered to you! This event will take place on Saturday 27th February. Adult lunch £5; soup, bread roll,...
Details for our Ash Wednesday Service This will be broadcast at 7:30pm on our website (www.shepshedandoaks.co.uk/live) as well as on our YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grk97xDWNQI) and Facebook Channels (www.facebook.com/StBotolphsChurchShepshed ) We’d love...
Traditionally Lent is a time for Christians to reflect and contemplate, which makes it the perfect time for a study group! This year we'll be running a Lent course based around Stephen Cottrell's book 'The Things He Did'. The book takes us on a journey through Holy...
St. Botolph's Church Library During recent times we have had to change and adjust to a new way of life; learning to adapt to different safety advice and social distancing rules has impacted both how we worship and how we stay connected. Over the past few weeks St...
Free Phone Line The Church of England have set up a free phone line (0800 804 8044) for daily hymns, reflection and even chair exercises, quite uplifting while trying to focus on prayer in these strange times. This operates 24 hours a day and is set up for those who...
We continue Sunday zoom worship because of the national lockdown. Although we are allowed to have the buildings open, we feel it’s safer if people stay at home. Wednesday and Saturday Morning Prayer will continue but not Wednesday communion - this gives people a...