St Botolph's Church, Barton Seagrave
Welcome to St Botolph's
Christianity Explored Online
You are warmly invited to a 4-week series of videos and discussion via ‘Zoom’ led by Rev Mark Lucas
beginning Monday 10th August (7.30 - 9:00 pm)
An opportunity for enquiry into the Christian faith, a chance to ask questions and look for answers in a relaxed and informal setting.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
The government have amended some COVID19 restrictions. As a result we are able to resume worship in a limited way. There will now be services of Evening Prayer each Sunday at 6:30pm, until further notice.
Open for prayer on Wednesdays from 10:00am to 12:00pm
We are pleased to continue to offer various online resources which we hope you will find useful.
Sunday Morning Service
Can be found at blog.stbots.church and is available from 9:15am on Sundays.
St Botolph's Live Stream
Live streaming of Morning Prayer from St Bots will resume at 8am Monday 3rd August and continue each week, Monday to Friday.
Go to live.stbots.church
You Tube Channel (For recorded content)
Can be found at films.stbots.church. Includes daily thoughts from the St Bots team and content for children.
St Botolph's Blog
blog.stbots.church. Follow the blog for the latest news, information and thought.
St Botolph's Church is a lively evangelical church situated on the edge of Kettering in the village of Barton Seagrave, Northamptonshire, 'Rose of the Shires'.
We would normally meet together for worship each Sunday at 9:15am, 11am & 6:30pm, and every third Sunday at 8am for Holy Communion. However, because of the corona virus pandemic, most of our services are online. From Sunday 2nd August there will a service of Evening Prayer at 6:30pm. (See above)
For more information on our church, how you can get involved and any other questions, please explore the website.
At St Botolph's, we recognise that our desire to love God, love others and to share the good news of Jesus will only be possible in an environment where all members of our fellowship are properly safeguarded and feel cared for. We recognise that safeguarding is the responsibility of everyone in our church and requires the the development of an appropriate safeguarding culture.
We are therefor committed to upholding the highest standards in this area. We will therefore adhere to the safeguarding policies and procedures of the Diocese of Peterborough which have been based on the requirements of the Church of England nationally.
Further information about safeguarding can be found by following the tab at the top of the page.