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St Edmund’s joins the Honest Church campaign

St Edmund’s joins the Honest Church campaign

A lot of churches don’t let on whether they are affirming and welcoming of LGBTQ+ people. Here in St Edmund's we are committed to welcoming and affirming everyone, regardless of their sexuality or gender. That's why we have become an Inclusive Church. We recognise...

Words for Worship in a time of War

Words for Worship in a time of War

Our Soul Space service in August focused on the war in Ukraine, using some worship adapted from Iona and music from Martyn Joseph, the church in Kyiv and others. You can find the liturgy and reflection below: Words for Worship Liturgy 'A time to kill?' reflection

Holiday Club

Holiday Club

Holiday Club is back for the first time since the pandemic. it promises to be its usual exciting time for primary aged children. To book a place, call Kate (details above) and complete the consent form attached to bring along with you. We'd love to see you there!...

Rector’s report for the Annual Meeting

Rector’s report for the Annual Meeting

We believe in a Church which welcomes and serves all people in the name of Jesus Christ; which is scripturally faithful; which seeks to proclaim the Gospel afresh for each generation; and which, in the power of the Holy Spirit, allows all people to grasp how wide and...

Annual Report

Annual Report

Our Annual Meetings are going to be held after our service on Sunday 15th May in church. Do come along the service and stay on - coffee and cake will be there to tempt us! The reports are attached here too - Sarah will bring her Rector's report on the day. Annual...

Holy Week and Easter

Holy Week and Easter

Do join us for our services as we approach Holy week and Easter - we'd love to see you with us. easter shipston 22

Praying for Ukraine

Praying for Ukraine

St Edmund's has a number of Prayer Stations in place for Ukraine - do drop in and spend some time thinking and praying and use them as best suits you. There are a variety, including some suitable for children, so everyone is welcome. In our services we will also be...

Bible Reading Notes

Bible Reading Notes

If you would like to try some daily Bible reading notes, have a look at details here. A new order will be placed in February, and there is a variety for you to choose from. It's a great way to engage with the Bible and connect with God. Bible Reading notes

Outdoor Nativity Trail

Outdoor Nativity Trail

Because of concerns over Covid nationally and locally, we won't be holding our planned crib service this year. But we will be having a nativity trail in the churchyard during the school holidays. It looks like great fun so put on your coats and wellies and come and...

Christmas Services at St Edmund’s

Christmas Services at St Edmund’s

We're looking forward to celebrating Christmas together again. Details of St Edmund's services are here and information about our sister churches will be added soon. Do join us if you're able, we'd love to see you!

Remembrance Sunday (14th November)

Remembrance Sunday (14th November)

This year we gather in the Town Square at 10.15am ready to walk with the Town Band and British Legion to the war memorial outside St edmonds where the Acts of Remembrance and two minutes' silence will be held. Immediately following this, a service of remembrance will...

What does church look like now?

What does church look like now?

Click below for full details of what to expect in church now that the COVID guidance has changed. Coming to church now  

Ringing the Changes 3

Ringing the Changes 3

Read the latest news from Honington as the work on the bells comes to completion >Ringing the Changes Update 3