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  • Welcome to St Botolph's! 
    We are an evangelical church situated on the edge of Kettering in the village of Barton Seagrave, Northamptonshire.

    Many of our services and weekly activities are currently taking place online. Please see below for links to online services and resources.

    With lockdown restrictions currently in place, we have taken the decision to suspend all 'in-person' services. Unfortunately there will not be any 6.30pm services at St Bot's or 11am at St Edmund's for the time being. 
    You can read the Rector's full message here on the St Bot's Blog.


    Join us online

     

    SUNDAY SERVICE ONLINE
    available from 9.15am every Sunday

     

    MORNING PRAYER ONLINE
    live stream every weekday at 8am

    SERVICES, DAILY THOUGHTS & CHILDREN'S CONTENT
    available on our Youtube Channel

     

    LATEST NEWS, INFORMATION & THOUGHTS
    via the St Bot's Blog site

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    Good News for Barton Seagrave

    Morning Service
    Sunday 24th January

    SHARE PLAN FOR NERENA
    Nerena is overwhelmed by the wonderful Share Plan gift sent to her, and the following is a section from an email received from her:- “In view of all that’s going on, your gift is quite amazing. I’m always blown over by Christian generosity. It is a great encouragement to have people support you be training … Continue reading "SHARE PLAN FOR NERENA"

    God’s Covenant Promises
    This morning (January 17th), in our online service, we began to look at the covenant love of God. This is the start of a series based around the Ten Commandments over the next few weeks. Obedience to The Ten Commandments is our commitment to our covenant making God. The commandments are not a series of … Continue reading "God’s Covenant Promises"

    Morning Service
    17th January, Second Sunday of Epiphany

    ‘Together for Uyghurs – a Holocaust memorial event’
    “I speak out for the Uyghur people because God loves everyone indiscriminately so there is no one we shouldn’t care for, especially those suffering such terrible injustice and discrimination.” The Bishop of Truro, the Rt Revd Philip Mountstephen.Thank you for speaking out for justice for the Uyghur people.I want to invite you to ‘Together for Uyghurs – … Continue reading "‘Together for Uyghurs – a Holocaust memorial event’"

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