Service times

Here are the service times for the churches in this benefice - we would be delighted to welcome you to any of the services. 

 

St Edmund, King and Martyr, Hardingstone

08.00 Holy Communion            1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays                                    
11:00 Parishes' Communion    2nd and 4th Sundays
11:00 Elevenses@St. Edmunds 1st and 3rd Sunday
 

St John the Baptist, Piddington with Horton

08.00 Holy Communion            2nd and 4th Sunday
11:00 Parishes' Communion   1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays    
 

St John the Baptist, Quinton with Preston Deanery                                 

09.30 Morning Prayer           1st  and 3rd Sunday 
09:30 Holy Communion          2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday



There are three churches in this benefice, which is part of the diocese of Peterborough.
  • St Edmund, King & Martyr, Hardingstone
  • St John the Baptist, Piddington with Horton
  • St John the Baptist, Quinton with Preston Deanery
Our priest in charge of the benefice is the Reverend Beverley Hollins.


Tel: 01604 945818
The Vicarage, 29, Back Lane,
Hardingstone,
Northampton NN4 6BY

Twitter: @Living_Brook





Organist

Edward Kilpin (870764)


Choir Practice
6:45 PM on Mondays - usually in Piddington Church.
New members are welcome. Contact Edward Kilpin (870764).


Bell Practice
7:30 PM Tuesdays - usually in Piddington Church. Contact Ivor Wilde (870162)

How to Find Us

St John the Baptist, Piddington with Horton
1 Church End, Piddington,
Northamptonshire, NN7 2DA

Churchwardens: Cheryl MacDougall (870222), Anton Dil (870681)



St Edmund, King and Martyr, Hardingstone
High Street, Hardingstone,
Northamptonshire NN4 6BZ

Churchwardens: John Wilson (760411), Libby Sheppard (459885)

Deputy Church Warden Emeritus: Arnold Franklow


St John the Baptist, Quinton with Preston Deanery
Preston Deanery Road, Quinton, Northamptonshire NN7 2EF

Churchwardens: Mike Crouch (862096),
Fran Piercy (863124)






St Christopher's Care Home

We are proud to have links with St Christopher's Care Home in Abington, Northampton. St Christopher's aim is to support the independence, choice and preferred lifestyles of all residents in a homely, stable and Christian environment. 
 
Safeguarding children and adults at risk
Our benefice and the diocese of Peterborough wish to ensure the safety of all the people within the benefice. To this end we have a safeguarding policy to ensure the protection of children and adults that may be at risk. You can see the policy here.

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