Reverend Stephen Bishop is the Rector of the Parish. To contact
him click here.
on News for latest events in the Parish.
Also download the latest Parish Magazine or back issues from the News page.
services in all six churches see the Services
page. For Services in a particular Church click on the Church
then follow the "Services" link.
Saints circa Holt is a Church of England parish located in the beautiful
Welland Valley. We are a parish of different people, a community
of all ages, living out our faith in the local community and in
the wider world.
here for people. For all the people who live, work, and enjoy themselves
in our villages, offering them the abilty to find peace, fulfillment
and opportunities for service in the business of daily life. A particular
welcome is extended to families and children. There is a wide range
of services and events
throughout the church’s year.
churches are not just local organisations. They are not just historical
monuments. They are an expression of a living community of Christian
faith. Church provides a means for transforming the lives of individuals
find out much more about the life of our churches, or to arrange
a visit, or to enquire about a wedding or baptism please contact
Six Saints' Churches
Parish lies in South East Leicestershire; it consists of six village
churches in Medbourne, Great Easton, Bringhurst, Stockerston, Drayton and Blaston. See map.
Parish falls within the district of Market Harborough
and borders with Rutland and Northamptonshire. Other nearby population
centres are Corby (Northamptonshire) and Uppingham
refers to Nevill Holt which is the
epicentre of the Parish. It's a high point where the historic Nevill
Holt Hall and its attached Chapel
overlook the Welland Valley.
If you have a safeguarding concern, then please contact our local Safeguarding Co-ordinator, Rev'd. Stephen Bishop (see Contacts page). If you wish to speak to the Diocesan Safeguarding Team, or to someone outside the church, their contact details are available at https://www.leicester.anglican.org/about/safeguarding/.