Welcome to St Botolph's!
We are an evangelical church situated on the edge of Kettering in the village of Barton Seagrave, Northamptonshire.
Service times for Sunday 19th September
St Botolph's, Barton Seagrave
8.30am Holy Communion
10:00am Morning Service | 7:00pm Evening Service
St Edmund's, Warkton
5:00pm Evening Prayer
St Botolph's Blog
Please refer to the blog site for the latest information concerning services and new service times at St Bot's and St Edmund's.
St Botolph's Blog
Good News for Barton Seagrave
Harvest for the Hungry 2021
Sunday 26th September 2021 Our annual opportunity to help some of the poorest people in Europe St Botolph’s will again be sponsoring food parcels, through Transform Europe Network, so that TEN’s overseas partners can purchase locally the food they put in their humanitarian parcels. The first £3,000 of St Botolph’s Harvest for the Hungry gift … Continue reading "Harvest for the Hungry 2021"
Well, this always was to be a discussion. I know we can’t please everyone, but we’ll certainly do our best to please as many as we can whilst remembering why we are here. St Edmund’s people have said that they find 8.30am too early and I can understand this for some. So I have moved … Continue reading "Shifting Sands"
And we’re back
The days are getting shorter, the weather colder and pumpkins and squashes are bursting from our vegetable plots. This can only mean one thing; summer is over and Autumn is on the way! But, more importantly, rejoice because morning prayer is back. Starting Monday 6th September at 8am I will be saying morning prayer each … Continue reading "And we’re back"
Apology and Augmentation
I have been made aware, yet again, of my shortcomings, and I apologise. I do hope you will forgive my lack of clarity in my post, ‘Mission to the Masses.’ It is all too easy, when having lived with something for a long time, to be less than clear upon announcement. So, let me take … Continue reading "Apology and Augmentation"
Mission to the Masses
As we come out of CoV isolation blinking our way back to normality we can breathe a sigh of relief. The pain is over. We can meet again, touch again, live again. But things will not be as they were, not least because the memory of CoV, lost loved ones, isolation, and pain, will be … Continue reading "Mission to the Masses"
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