Welcome

Christchurch is a local Christian community mainly serving Clarendon Park and surrounding areas in Leicester. We aim to be inclusive, non-judgmental and supportive of everyone who finds a home with us and warm and welcoming to anyone who comes to visit. Our worship and activities are diverse and varied, and tend to change quite frequently. Services take on a wide variety of forms, from the hymn-sandwich to café-style and there are many weekday activities, including discussion groups, weekday prayer meeting, art group, luncheon club, parents and toddlers… There is a wide range of ages and backgrounds in the church.

If you have come to Leicester to study and are living in Clarendon Park, we are right on your doorstep and would love to see you.

The Barbecues are back!

The weather’s getting warmer, the days are getting longer and our popular community barbecues will be returning soon. The dates are

Saturday 29th April (this is the 25th anniversary of the former Baptist and Methodist churches coming together to form Christchurch),

Saturday 17th June and

Saturday 16th September

These are in the church car park from 11 am to 1 pm. Hot dogs, burgers and refreshments are all FREE. Also a bouncy castle and maybe a few other attractions.

Sunday Worship

Join us for Sunday worship at 10.00 am or at 6.30pm.

 

Café church

Sunday evening is often a Café Church, with refreshments from about 6.15pm.

 

Student Christian Movement

Sunday evening activities for students at Leicester’s universities.

 

Weekday Activities

See a list of all the weekday activities which take place in Christchurch.

 

 

Latest News

25 Years of Traidcraft

18/3/2017

Christchurch has had a Traidcraft stall now for 25 years. In 2016 it had a turnover of £9774. £6321 of…

Saying Farewell to our Minister

20/10/2016

Last Sunday we said farewell to our Baptist minister Paul. He has looked after us for nine years and now…

Recent Baptisms

12/10/2016

Here are some pics from the recent baptismal service, when two of our teenage members were baptised.