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    Seventh Sunday after Easter - May 24

    Isolation blessings this week with Pat and Richard Cole and Harriet Bryan performs He is Lord. We hope you enjoy the service.

    Sixth Sunday after Easter - May 17

    This week's Sunday service was filmed in the beautiful surroundings of Ayston churchyard and features a sermon given by Bishop Donald. We hope you enjoy it.

    Fifth Sunday after Easter - May 10

    Join us for our next Sunday service online. This one marks the 75th anniversary of VE Day. Watch it.

    VE Day Celebrations

    Britain is marking the 75th anniversary of VE Day. The Royal Family will lead tributes as the country remains in lockdown due to the coronavirus. Here in Uppingham we will mark a two-minute silence at 11:00 BST to honour servicemen and women who served during World War Two.

    In a letter to vetrans the Prime Minister has thanked the VE Day generation, saying "our gratitude will be eternal".

    Victory in Europe Day marks the day in 1945 when then-prime minister Sir Winston Churchill announced that the war in Europe had come to an end, after Nazi Germany unconditionally surrendered.

     

    Fourth Sunday after Easter - May 3

    Lots of sheep in this week's service for Easter 4. Find out why by watching this week's service for Uppingham and Belton

    Third Sunday after Easter

    What directly links Jesus’ disciples after the first Easter and those of us living under lockdown? Find out by watching this week’s service for Uppingham and Belton.

    Alleluia! Christ is risen

    Enjoy our Easter Day service recorded in part at sunrise on Easter Day. View it here.

    Stations of the Cross

    For Good Friday Canon Rachel offers a virtual Stations of the Cross for private meditation and reflection. Download it here.

    Palm Sunday service

    Our Palm Sunday service can be viewed here.

    Uppingham Church shuts

    With the Prime Minister's announcement to the nation on Monday 23 March and in line with instructions from Bishop Donald, Uppingham Parish Church has shut its doors. We have to remain closed until further instructions.

    In line with the national instructions all Baptisms and Weddings between now and April 13th are cancelled. Funerals may still be conducted.

    However, Rector Rachel continues to offer spiritual support during this difficult period. She can be contacted on 01572 829956. Rachel will also be offering online worship and reflections from her home, links to which will be posted below. If you'd like to be added to the distribution list to receive the link to the next please email Uppingham Parish Office

    Mothering Sunday Service

    Canon Rachel and Jill Cannings, the Diocesan President of the Mothers' Union recorded a short service for Mothering Sunday in Uppingham Parish Church. You can watch the service now.

    Richard Cole becomes Rutland's High Sheriff

    Richard Cole, a long standing member of our congregation, became Rutland's High Sheriff at a small ceremony recently. Given the restrictions imposed by the Covid-19 virus, Richard gathered with a few friends and county dignitaries at Oakham Castle to be sworn in. We wish him and Pat every success for the year ahead.

    New Mothers' Union Members

    Three new members of the Mothers' Union were welcomed at, what turned out to be, our last Sunday service for a while. Libby Thornhill, Pamela Stokes and our youth worker Natalie Stiles received the congratulations of Janet Wardle the branch president and were blessed by Canon Rachel.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Covenant Service

    Every year Churches Together in Uppingham have a joint service, celebrating our unity of faith. Members of Uppingham Methodist and Congregational Churches joined their sisters and brothers in the Parish Church. The service was led by the Revd Leo Osborn, the Revd Peter Damen and Canon Rachel Watts.

       

    Happy New Year

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    Service of Remembrance

    The annual Service of Remembrance takes place on Sunday 10 November starting at 9.45am. The Cottesmore Military Wives Choir will perform at 9.50am. This will be followed by the Service of Remembrance at 10.00am and the Laying of Wreaths and the Two Minute Silence at the Town's War Memorial at 11.00am.

    All are welcome to attend.

     
     

     

    Uppingham Benefice

     

    Safeguarding Policy

    The new safeguarding Policy for the benefice have been published, along with a poster that can be downloaded and displayed by groups within the church. See Services and Groups

    Call 999 if a child or adult is in immediate danger of significant or serious harm

    Uppingham Benefice Privacy Policy

    The privacy policy of the PCC can be downloaded here.

     

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