Welcome

St. Helen's Church, set at the heart of the market town of Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire, is an historic and attractive 15th century building. Why not view our Church Guide below which you can pick up in the church, open every day from 9am until 5pm, whilst exploring its wonderful historic and splendid interior. You may wish to sit quietly to rest and reflect, or join us at one of our weekly services or frequent fellowship and community events.

Coming up:

St Helen’s Church Fete 
Do you want to see the world's shyest coconut shy? And, let's be honest, who wouldn't? Or do you wish to bat-a-rat? Or hook-a-duck? 
Roll up, roll up to the St Helen's Fete on Saturday morning, 9th June, 10am-1pm, in church, in the Heritage Centre and, weather permitting, in the churchyard, for this and much, much more!

A ‘Ticket to Italy’
Leicestershire Adult Learning Services will be running a Holiday Italian course at our Community Heritage Centre, starting on Tuesday 12th June for 4 weeks, 7pm – 9pm, £40
This enjoyable course for beginners will give you a really useful range of holiday language such as greetings, travel & transport, using numbers in practical contexts, shopping, asking for directions, ordering food etc.
Call 0116 305 0820 to enrol

Soul Food - is a community for young adults exploring life & faith
Still to come this Spring/Summer:
11th June - A little bit of everything all rolled into one?
                lover, child, mother, sinner, saint - holding it all together
9th July - Is there anybody there?
                connecting with the divine

Pilgrim Course
Pilgrim 'Church & Kingdom' will run each Wednesday, 7.15 – 8.45pm in the St Helen’s Community Heritage Centre, Wed 27th June until August 1st.

Brunch on Sunday - What could be nicer than having someone cook you a bacon butty on a Sunday morning? Just come along on the first Sunday of each month from 9.15, for brunch in our Community Heritage Centre, followed by All-Age Worship at 10.30. Our next one is 1st July.






 


 

 

    


 

Mary Gregory, 16/05/2016