Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day


Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day are especially important this year as we remember others who have given so much in the most difficult times.

This year our service will be held on Zoom and we hope as many people as possible will join us. If you have a computer, tablet or smartphone that can receive emails it is easy to join in. We can send you a link and all you need to do is click to email us: clergy@churchlangton.org.uk

You can join from 10.20am. The service will start at 10.30 sharp and we will encourage everyone to go out and stand in silence on your doorstop at 11.00am, then complete the service.

Afterwards a wreath will be laid at the war memorial, but this must be done in private.

from Martin Hathaway


Th altar at Leicester Cathedral
Altar at Leicester Cathedral

All Souls service

There will be a short Service of All Souls in St. Peter’s Church on Saturday 31st October at 5.00pm; this will be taken by Lay Reader, Maxine Johnson. This service is to remember departed loved ones whether many years ago or recent.

During the service, the names of all those who have been put forward will be read out and there will be an opportunity to light a candle in memory of your family member or friend. If you want a member of your family or close friend to be remembered please email or phone Maxine with the details, or drop a note through her door.


COVID-19 Guidance – Please advise via Direct Message if you would like to attend as we need to know in advance. You can also contact Maxine Johnson directly, on 01858 545 745 or by email on maxinejohnson.1@btinternet.com

If you use the Track and Trace App on your phone, the QR code is on display in church, otherwise, you will have to sign in for us upon arrival.

You must wear a mask or face covering at all times (unless permitted otherwise) and only sit in the designated seats. Hand sanitizer is available upon entry to the building.

Thank you



Covid-19 – Update

Wednesday 15th July 2020


Recent Government guidelines regarding opening of Churches for private prayer and also for regular worship, are subject to severe safeguarding directives. The Church of England have issued what is needed to be done in order to protect those visiting our churches especially the vulnerable and over 70s.

The Bishop of Leicester, Rt Revd Martyn Snow has also issued a letter to all parishes in the Leicester Diocese stating that the decision to open individual churches rest with the Incumbent (Clergy) or Area Dean where there is no Clergy in post.

Baptisms, weddings and funerals

Following a risk assessment for St Peter’s, undertaken by Area Dean, Rev Alison Booker and Lay Incumbent, Maxine Johnson on 14th July, 2020, the church will now open for baptisms, weddings and funerals, with numbers attending restricted as per Government Guidelines and guests invited by parties concerned. Members of the public who arrive without invitation, will not be admitted,

Regular worship and Holy Communion services

Very few churches in the Leicester Diocese have decided to open for the time being; most are considering not opening before September. St Peter’s Church Langton PCC, (Parochial Church Council) has taken the decision not to open before September for regular Worship Services . It is also possible that we will not be returning to weekly worship for sometime after that. The situation will be reviewed by the PCC, following any directives from the Government and the Diocese and any change to this position will be be announced here.

St Peter’s is holding regular worship via Zoom and you can contact us via email, if you would like to be part of these services.


Keep us, good Lord,
under the shadow of your mercy
in this time of uncertainty and distress.
Sustain and support the anxious and fearful,
and lift up all who are brought low;
that we may rejoice in your comfort
knowing that nothing can separate us from your love
in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Amen.


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We wish you peace and comfort in these continuing difficult times.