Main Street, Thringstone, Leicestershire, LE67 8NA
Built in 1862 from the designs of James Piers, the Church has a beautiful simplicity of design. Many of our visitors admire the interior. In the Church grounds can be found the tomb of the philanthropist Charles Booth of Grace Dieu
St Andrew’s Church Thringstone is a friendly church aiming to serve the whole community. We have a range of Sunday Services and mid week activities.Please see our monthly newsletter for service patterns and news.
Visit our Facebook page. There you can see the many friendly faces, activities and special services that have taken place.
St Andrew's Thringstone Services
First Sunday 10.30am Open Church
Second Sunday 9.00am Holy Communion
Third Sunday 10.30am Morning Worship
Fourth Sunday 9.00am Holy Communion
Fifth Sunday 10.30am Benefice Holy Communion in one of our three Churches
Every Thursday 10.00am-11.45am Open Church - Drop in any time. A chance to meet, chat, join in the sing-a-long and have a cup of tea/coffee. We finish with a short informal act of worship.
Please see What's On at St Andrews/Newsletter for specific details of services each Sunday or additional events.
Baptisms/Christenings usually take place on a first Sunday of the month at 10.30am Please see Weddings and Baptisms for details of how to book a baptism or your wedding.
Armistice Centenary Exhibitions - November 2018
Some photographs of the displays in our churches
- Rev Liz Angell
- 37 North Street
- LE67 5HB