Welcome to St Giles. We aim to be a community rooted in Christ, sharing God’s love with all.
St Giles Anglican and Methodist Church is a thriving and lively community of Christians, worshipping and working together to share the Gospel. We are able to enjoy a wide spectrum of styles of worship together and in 2019 we celebrated 50 years as a joint Anglican (Church of England) and Methodist Church.
As well being a joint Anglican and Methodist Church and therefore sharing in the life of the Kettering/Corby Circuit, we also share in ministry with the Anglican churches of Dingley, Brampton Ash and Braybrooke.
OUR RESPONSE TO COVID-19
All sorts of things have had to change and continue to do so as we respond to the pandemic. Please be aware that not all groups on our site are yet fully operational again! If you would like to know more about any area of our ministry please get in touch with us - we'd love to hear from you and welcome you to our community.
As a church we want to explore what it means to be a disciple of Jesus - someone who is committed to following Jesus and living as he lived. That means living as Jesus did, demonstrating compassion, love, generosity, forgiveness and grace to the world around us. As a community we are exploring together how to do that in practice – and discovering that when we actively practice the way of Jesus our lives change for the better and the world becomes a better place. We’d love you to join with us in that exploration!
Everyone is welcome at St Giles – whatever age, background, or stage on your faith journey. You may have been a Christian for years, or you may just be asking questions about the relevance of faith to everyday life. Whatever, you are welcome.
There are lots of ways in which you can be involved, and we encourage everyone to be part of a small group in order to help them get to know people better, and have support and encouragement from others.
You can read more about our housegroups on the housegroups page.
Safeguarding: At St Giles we take safeguarding children and vulnerable adults very seriously. If you have any safeguarding concerns please contact our safeguarding officer Pauline Clarke:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 01536 760667
The Safeguarding Adviser at Peterborough Diocese is Bev Huff:
email@example.com or 01733 887040
Please refer to our Safeguarding page for full details of our Safeguarding commitment: SAFEGUARDING