Burton and Holme Churches
MAKING DISCIPLES OF CHRIST
Holy Trinity Holme
Both our churches are open for both public worship and private prayer and you are most welcome to join us. Check out the 'Coming Up' section below for the latest information about our services and other activities.
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Essential church repairs
We have launched urgent appeals for financial help in carrying out essential repairs to the fabric of both our churches. Major repair work is needed to the Tower of Holy Trinity Church, Holme and to the Vestry of St James Church, Burton. Please visit our:
Tower Repairs web page;
Vestry Repairs web page;
for further information about the repair work needed and how to make a gift. We will keep you updated on the progress of fundraising efforts with our fundraising thermometers (below).
Sermon Podcasts and a video of the latest Sunday sermon are available on our Sundays web page.
News from our churches
You are welcome!
As the minister of the parishes of Burton and Holme, welcome to our website! I hope that I will get the chance to greet you personally either in the villages or at one of the churches.
We aim to be friendly church families who make it easy for new people to join us or just to come along and see what we are about.
We remember that the church buildings in Burton and Holme were built to be places of worship for everyone in the villages.
Whether you’ve just arrived or have lived here for years you will be very welcome at any of our services, groups or events.
If you’ve got questions or you’d like to talk to me then do get in touch; I’m not too busy to phone you or visit you.
My letters to the village magazine can be read here: vicarburtonholme.blogspot.co.uk
New to church?
A short welcome video from our vicar Graham
Explore our historic church buildings
St. James Burton
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We take seriously the safeguarding of children, young people and vulnerable adults. Anyone with any safeguarding concerns can contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer, Anita Shelton on 07988 290447, or by e-mail at email@example.com. Alternatively the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser can be contacted on 07458 016884 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org