Welcome to The Benefice of West Trent
The Parishes of Bleasby, Halloughton, Hoveringham, Morton, Rolleston, Thurgarton, Upton; including Fiskerton.
A short liturgy for Remembering loved ones at home
It's so difficult when you can’t go to a funeral, whether for family, friend or neighbour. Many are facing this in the current crisis, so this short reflection has been specially written by a vicar for you to do at home, alone or with those who share your home. You might ask others to take part at the same time from their home. When this time of social distancing is over, there may well be an opportunity to meet together at a special time of remembering and thankfulness. Your memories now can be part of that experience when the time comes.
March 2021 - Easter and Beyond
As restrictions are begining to be lifted, Revd Phil has written to all in the Benefice of West Trent to outline how we will come out of the lockdown.
Easter and Beyond Letter
Our Sunday morning service and Wednesday evening Compline service will continue online via Zoom, where we join together virtually from our homes to share time with God and each other.
Please contact us if you would like to join our services. All are welcome and we have been blessed that people who would not usually come to our services in church have been able to join us.
Our churches remain open for private prayer
St Mary's, Bleasby Sunday
St James, Halloughton Sunday
St Michael's, Hoveringham Friday
St Denis, Morton Sunday and Wednesday
Holy Trinity, Rolleston Sunday
St Peter's, Thurgarton Saturday
St Peter & St Paul's, Upton Tuesdays - Sundays (closed on Mondays)
Our Prayer Box at St Denis in Morton
The prayers will be collected, unread to be anonymous
and to preserve your confidentiality.
During our Sunday morning Zoom worship, they will be collectively held and offered to God.
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation,
by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving,
present your requests to God.