Trinity 15 - September 20
Recorded in Wardley churchyard, Canon Rachel leads a short service. We hope you enjoy it.
Trinity 14 - September 13
A short service focusing on Forgiveness, led by Canon Rachel Watts. We hope you enjoy it.
Trinity 13 - September 6
This week we are in Uppingham's Arboretum for our service led by Canon Rachel Watts. It features Amazing Grace sung by local performer Harriet Bryan. We hope you enjoy it.
Trinity 11 - August 23
Debbie leads our service this week. We hope you enjoy it.
Trinity 10 - August 16
We dodged the rain at the end of the week to record this week's service. We hope you enjoy it.
Trinity 9 - August 9
This week we filmed our service at our very own Sea of Galilee, Eyebrook Reservoir. Our Children's and Youth Officer Nat Stiles gives the reflection and the parish choir sing "Guide me, O thou great Redeemer". We hope you enjoy it.
Trinity 8 - August 2
Jesus' miracle of the feeding of the 5,000 features in this week's Sunday service, as does a perfomance by local singer Harriet Bryan. We hope you enjoy it.
Trinity 7 - July 26
Filmed in Ayston Churchyard and featuring the parish choir singing the hymn Jesus Shall Reign, here's this week's Sunday service. We hope you enjoy it.
Trinity 6 - July 19
As our church opens for the first time in four months for public worship, we know that not everyone will want to join us. So we are continuing to produce our short online services. This week features local performer Harriet Bryan singing Such Love. We hope you enjoy it.
Trinity 5 - July 12
Canon Rachel Watts leads a service with the parable of the sower at its heart. Hattie Bryan performs the praise hymn Shout to the Lord. We hope you enjoy it.
Trinity 4 - July 5
Our service today features the parish choir's version of the great (Welsh) hymn, Guide me o thou great redeemer. We hope you enjoy it.
Opening the church for public worship
The Rector and the Parochial Church Council of St Peter and St Paul's Church Uppingham, acting jointly, authorise dispensing with the reading of Morning and Evening Prayer as required by Canon B 11 and the celebration of the Holy Communion as required by Canon B 14 on the following occasions;
Sunday 5th July 2020
Sunday 12th July 2020
The reason for the dispensation is that in light of the Government's guidance on preventing the spread of Coronavirus, there is no church in the Benefice which can be used safely for public worship on those occasions.
Patronal Festival - June 28
The lives of St Peter and St Paul are remembered by the Church this week. The churches in both Uppingham and Belton are named after one or both of these disciples of Jesus and they are the focus of this week's service. We also meet the new curate of Uppingham, Debbie Smith-Wilds. We hope you enjoy it.
Trinity 2 - June 21
As places of worship open for private prayer and reflection (and the bad weather) this week's service was recorded in and around the Parish Church. We hope you enjoy it.
Trinity 1 - June 14
This week's service comes from the beautiful churchyard at Wharley. Canon Rachel leads a short service which features a performance by local musician Harriet Bryan. We hope you enjoy it.
Trinity Sunday - June 7
Join us for a service to celebrate Trinity Sunday. It features a hymn from the parish choir and organ performance from Oliver Clements. We hope you enjoy it.
Pentecost - May 31
Our service for Pentecost was filmed in Uppingham's beautiful arboretum and features a hymn sung by the Parish Choir from the safety of their own homes. We hope you enjoy the service.
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.
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