Covid-19: Update and latest advice

Church of England guidance – December 2021

LATEST UPDATES: The information below was amended on 3 December 2021

The news about a new variant has reminded us that the pandemic is far from over.

The Church of England has released updated guidence for opening and managing church buildings here You can also read a statement from the Bishop of London here

Covid-19 Update from Leicester Diocese

Bishop Martyn suggests that we return to encouraging everyone to wear masks in church and that we keep buildings well ventilated (suggesting also that services may need to be kept short in these cold, winter months). The situation may change rapidly in the coming weeks so please check the national and diocesan websites regularly for updates.

Latest advice in detail can be read here:

Leicester Diocese: https://www.leicester.anglican.org/news/coronavirus/coronavirus.php

Church of England: https://www.churchofengland.org/resources/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-churches#na

For local service information – See our Noticeboard or email clergy@churchlangton.org.uk

Regular worship and Holy Communion services

The churces in the Langtons and Shangton Benefice are open for worship, following latest guidelines – please wear masks and sign in upon entering, and follow the instructions given by the leader of the service and churchwardens attending. Thank you.

Baptisms, weddings and funerals

St Peter’s continues to offer special services, following the latest Government Guidelines. Please contact us on the emails given below with your enquiries about special services.


Send Us a Message

General enquiries Email: info@churchlangton.org.uk
Special services: baptisms, weddings and funerals: clergy@churchlangton.org.uk

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St Peter’s Church, Church Langton
Stonton Road, Church Langton, Leicestershire, LE16 7TA


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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. 🙏