We extend a warm welcome to The Rev. Canon Miranda Hayes, who was licensed on 7th February, 2019 and is the Priest in Charge of the new joint benefice of Clipston, Haselbech, Kelmarsh, Marston Trussell, Naseby, Sibbertoft and Welford.
A short history of St Helen’s Church can be found here
Rector: Rev. Canon Miranda Hayes 01858 525342 Email: Rector@NasebyGroup.org
Warden: Toby Jackson Email 01858 881091
Treasurer: Lesley Hartshorne 01858 880112
Secretary: Viv Arrowsmith 01858 880988
Tower Captain: Kelvin Broad 01858 575683
All normal activities are suspended until further notice. However:
REGULAR SUNDAY SERVICES (9.30am unless otherwise stated)
10.00 a.m. Tea and Toast.
An informal community get-together followed by a very short, informal service, which people may attend or not, as they wish.
Benefice Service somewhere in the new joint benefice (times and location vary)
Due to the Coronavirus, the Sunday Teas are not in operation at this present time
The famous Sunday teas are held at the Reading Room in Berkeley Street every Sunday 2.30-5pm from the first Sunday in April until the last Sunday in September. All proceeds go towards the upkeep of St Helen’s Church.
Sibbertoft Pop-up shop (flower and cake stalls) – ongoing fund raising
See the What’s On page (https://sibbertoft.org.uk/whats-on/)
Safeguarding is a priority at St. Helen’s. We are committed to following government and Church of England guidelines on safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and good working practice, including safer recruitment of volunteers and paid workers.
We work to a formal safeguarding policy and procedure it can be seen on request from: Kairen Ball, Benefice Officer (01858 575331)
If you have any concerns regarding the safety or welfare of a child or vulnerable adult you can speak to: Bev Huff or Sam Suddery, Diocesan Safeguarding Advisers (Tel: 01733 887000) or Kairen Ball, our Benefice Safeguarding Officer (01858 575331)
They have been appointed by the Peterborough Diocese and St. Helen’s Church PCC to respond to any safeguarding concerns
A moving rememberance service held in 2018 recognised the role of those from Sibbertoft who gave their lives in the wars.