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News & Stories
An historic pilgrimage site is being revived with a new pilgrim route in rural Leicestershire.
Don't miss out on this fundraising opportunity - register your church or sign up to ride or stride and get your sponsorship form
Do you have a site which could be used for a mobile pop-up cafe and want to help reduce loneliness in rural communities?
Holy Trinity Church, in Norton Juxta Twycross has celebrated its re-opening
Bats, mice, spiders and the hourly chiming of bells did little to intimidate a trio of parishioners in the village of Barkby who recently spent the night sleeping in St Mary's Church to raise money for the Bishop of Leicester's Lent Appeal 2022.
Twenty people set out on a lovely warm sunny March morning for Walking Church. The winter mud had all but dried up, so after listening to the words of the Sunday gospel and having prayed together in the village car park, the group ventured out across the fields.
A rural church working on its eco credentials has established a relationship with a local environmentally conscious company, to help make caring for God's earth as accessible as possible in its community. All Saints Church in Hoby, near Melton, is hosting a â€˜Real Refills' pop-up shop every fortnight, selling ethically sourced products at affordable prices. The goods include food and cleaning products, bodycare and household items, all without the plastic packaging.
St Mary Magdalene Church, Peckleton and St Philip & St James, Ratby are to share in a £1.5 million funding payout thanks to an investment in church heritage by the national Heritage Stimulus Fund.
The weekend of 10-12 December was an exciting one for the churches of Foxton, Gumley and Laughton as they moved one of their church services into a farmer's barn, held their annual Christmas Tree Festival, went carol singing with the children from the village and held a Christmas concert in one of the churches.