The United Benefice of Breedon on the Hill and Worthington,

with Staunton Harold and Isley Walton




Welcome!

For up to the minute news of what’s happening in our Benefice churches

please click the ‘News & Events’ link above.

St Mary’s and St Hardulph’s Church, Breedon on the Hill, is in urgent need of structural repairs to preserve the wonderful old building for future generations.

Please follow this link to a video presentation on the current situation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jlEgoSPZ9k

Our benefice is made up of three beautiful and historic churches and one chapel, each one is full of history. Our Churches are all used for services and worship and we have a very warm and friendly congregation who regularly meet together, and who look forward to welcoming visitors and new members.

Located in North West Leicestershire, the Benefice comprises two parishes; Breedon on the Hill and Worthington. To find us please see our map and also our contact details.

Our Team Rector is Rev Canon Mary Gregory and she can be contacted by phone on 01530 564372. We also have a team of Church wardens who can be contacted by phone, see here.

We are also on  Twitter and Facebook, do follow/like us for more updates, photos and news.

Everyone is welcome, of all ages and backgrounds, whether for worship, seeking answers to questions, for services, for historical interest or something else.

Details of services, news and events are on this website and our Facebook and Twitter pages, but if you are travelling some distance to visit us, please consider contacting us to check details first.

To keep our beautiful and historic churches open for visitors and to keep them running on a daily basis can cost up to £1000 a week. Would you consider making a donation to help us with this?

Please click on the Donate button below. Thank you!

 

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Our Churches:

Breedon on the Hill
Breedon Priory Church: an historic church situated on top of Breedon Hill, home to some of the oldest anglo-saxon stone carvings and the famous Breedon Angel. We are a vibrant, living Anglican church in the 21st Century.

Isley Walton
All Saints’ Church: hidden away from general view, it bears the arms of Christ’s College, Cambridge, joint patrons of the living of Isley Walton

Staunton Harold
The Ferrers Chapel of the Holy Trinity: set in the grounds of Staunton Harold Hall, it was one the few places of worship built during the time of Oliver Cromwell.

Worthington
St Matthew’s Church: a village church dating back to the 12th century. To the consternation of some passers-by, its stone walls slope outwards, causing some to ring the council, convinced they are about to collapse!

 

Do come and visit us and if you have any question please feel free to contact us and find out more.

 

All photographs on the site are used with kind permission

©Lucy Webster ©Ray Collister

E&OE 2015