Services start at 9:00am
Second & fourth Sunday's of the month
We are very lucky to have two churches in the Parish. If you are after an up beat, contemporary service, then Holy Trinity is great. However, for those who prefer a more quiet service, then St Guthlac's church would be worth a visit, with organ music and traditional hymns
Holy Communion services take place at 9:00am on the second and fourth Sunday's of the month.
This stunning church with box pews dates back to 13th / 14th century however it was rebuilt in 1626 by Sir Robert Banastre. The wagon roofed chancel was restored in the 1960's is decorated with petit gold stars set upon a blue background.
People who visit the church are often appreciate the contemporary misericords, figures of prophets and the decor.
Look out for events held throughout the year such as Afternoon Teas, historical weekends and harvest festivals.
St Guthlac's makes a beautiful wedding venue.
Contact James Pennington to discuss.
Friends of St. Guthlac's
The Friends of St Guthlac's are dedicated to raising funds for the renovation and preservation of this beautiful church. They work hard to increase awareness of its historical and religious importance both locally and nationally.
If you would like more information about the church, or the activities of the FoSG, please contact:
Nick Fuller (Chair of FoSG)
Tel: 01908 290427 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org