About St Peter's Church, Church Langton, Leicestershire

St Peter's church is set in the village of Church Langton, in south Leicestershire, near to the town of Market Harborough. Worship is Church of England (Anglican). St Peter's is one of the churches forming the Benefice of the Langtons and Shangton in the Diocese of Leicester. St Peter's serves three villages, Church Langton, West Langton and East Langton and has friends and visitors from all over. We love to meet new people and visitors. Everyone is welcome! Contact us on info@churchlangton.org.uk and follow our story on www.churchlangton.org.uk

A tiny bit of hope on a dreary winter’s day!

This stunning photo by James Cullen, really lifts the spirits after a dark week. The viewpoint from near to ground level reveals cyclamens in bloom, bringing with them the promise of Spring and hope for happier times to come.

Sometimes a change of perspective is all it takes to see the light.” – Dan Brown

A tiny bit of hope on a dreary winters day! Photo by James Cullen
A tiny bit of hope on a dreary winters day! Photo by James Cullen

Epiphany

THE COLLECT

Creator of the heavens,who led the Magi by a star to worship the Christ-child: guide and sustain us, that we may find our journey’s end in Jesus Christ our Lord.


When they had heard the king, they departed; and, lo, the star, which they saw in the east, went before them, till it came and stood over where the young child was.

10 When they saw the star, they rejoiced with exceeding great joy.

11 And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down, and worshipped him: and when they had opened their treasures, they presented unto him gifts; gold, and frankincense and myrrh.

Matthew, 2, 9-11
Conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter 2020 from Indiana US
Conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter, 2020 from Indiana USA

Covid-19: Tier 4

Tier 4 – Update on Sunday worship services in January 2021.

We have now been put into Tier 4 which means we are being asked to stay at Home.

Therefore, we have decided to continue with our Zoom Services online for the next few weeks at least, as this seems to be the best way to worship and keep people safe.

We are very grateful to Revd Martin Hathaway for ensuring there is a Zoom service every week as this is really important. These are Communion services and open to everyone to join in. (You do not have to take communion if you prefer not to but the option is there).

Maxine Johnson will send people the link to join these services, if you email her on maxineJohnson.1@btinternet.com

We thank you for your continued understanding in these difficult times and pray that with patience, we will be able to meet in person sometime in the future. Thank you.
Stay at home, protect yourselves and those you love. 🙏