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The Stilton Group of Churches

A welcome from the Vicar

 

Thank you for visiting the Stilton Group of Churches website.  We really hope you find what you are looking for - not just in terms of information about us, but also, that you are able to find a way to join us for worship or connect with us in some other way.

 

The Stilton Group is a family of five churches offering not only a warm welcome, but also a wonderful diversity of worship and midweek activity.  Whether you are looking for something family-oriented, traditional or somewhere in between, you will find something to suit.

 

There's plenty to discover here about how we live and worship, but you can also find links to other websites, including our facebook pages, monthly diary and other related websites.

 

If you're looking to book a wedding or baptism, then you will see these listed under 'Services'.

 

Happy Searching!

 

Revd Richard Gibbs

Vicar, The Stilton Group of Churches

Growing together in Worship....
....Reaching out with Christian love.

The Stilton Group of Churches is committed to safeguarding all children and vulnerable adults in our parishes. Please click on the Safeguarding tab for more information, including our Safeguarding Policy and contact details if you have a concern.

The Safeguarding Team at the Diocese of Ely have been running a duty phone for over a year now. It was set up so people, with a safeguarding concern, could speak to a Safeguarding Adviser and receiver advice and guidance as to what action may need to be taken. The Safeguarding Duty Phone number is 01353 654747.

A dedicated helpline operated independently from the church by the NSPCC is available on 0800 802020. Anyone can use the helpline to provide information or to raise concerns regarding abuse within a Church of England context; whether they are reporting issues relating to children, adults or seeking to report poor safeguarding practice.