How do we live?
Why did Jesus have to die?
We can offer Christening and Thanksgiving services, and also Weddings, Renewal of Vows and Blessing services to those with a connection to St Editha’s. To enquire, please get in touch.
But, what would have happened if Bartimaeus had listened to those voices telling him “you are not enough”!? A big old nothing. continue »
Jesus died willingly. He was not forced to die by an angry or cruel God. He knew the cost, he knew the pain, and yet he still gave himself freely, for you and for me. continue »
A huge thank-you to everyone who put together some shoeboxes for our annual appeal. We had 28 boxes in all this year, which will be sent to Eastern Europe via Link to Hope.
If you’ve missed out, I’m afraid you’ll have to wait until next year – keep your eyes posted on the notices for more information.
We are the local Church of England family in Amington.
Our motto is ‘following Jesus together‘, which is what we seek to do as a church family. We believe Jesus should be at the heart of everything we do; we believe that Christians are called to be whole-hearted disciples, which means learning from and following Jesus; we believe that we can’t do any of that alone, but need to travel together.
Our mission is to share the good news about Jesus, serve our local community, and support one another on the journey. We welcome everyone and anyone (though if you all come at once, we would run out of chairs!).
We have a variety of activities, from the usual Sunday services (see here) to midweek groups that meet in people’s homes, outreach work and of course Christenings, weddings and funerals.
Located on The Green, the site where St Editha’s Church building now stands has been a place of Christian worship for centuries. The current church building was originally built as a chapel of ease in 1836, before being extended to its current size and consecrated as a church in 1864. You can read more about the history of our church building here.