A Parish Church
St Edmund’s is the parish church in the market town of Shipston.
We are a church that offers a warm welcome to people of all backgrounds, at all stages of their faith journey. Some of us have been Christians for many years, others would not call themselves Christians. We offer space to worship, to explore the Christian faith and to ask questions. Services are relaxed and friendly, and there is a children’s area for young children.
There is a monthly Prayer and a Pint evening and midweek groups meet in people’s homes. Our quiet midweek Eucharist is also a good place to get to know people. Both that and our Sunday morning services have refreshments afterwards and a chance to pray with someone if that is what you want. The church has loos, disabled access and a hearing loop.
Our Wednesday eucharist is followed by Little Church – church especially for pre-schooler and their carers.
As the parish church, St Edmund’s has strong links with the community and provides space for civic celebrations and services. We work closely with our sister churches from other denominations in the town.
We are pleased to be listed on the OneBodyOneFaith list of Visible Congregations – communities of faithful Christians where all people, regardless of their sexuality or gender, can find a warm welcome, a place to belong and to believe, to worship and to pray.
For more information on Visible Congregations, please click here.
Caring and looking after others no matter who they are.
Being friendly, generous and considerate of others.
Acting truthfully and speaking truth to everyone and never lying.