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:

Church Vaults – The Big Reveal!
The results of our archaeological investigation to separate the fact from the myth around the entrance to the vaults, which we undertook back in July, will be revealed on Tuesday, 28th November at 7.30pm in the church. The results will be presented by Mercian Archaeology, who led this investigation.
We do hope you will come along and see if we found the entrance to the vaults, how many vaults there are, where they are positioned, and how they are accessed.  As we ended up surveying pretty much all of the church who knows what else might be revealed?
This is a free event courtesy of the Heritage Lottery Fund and refreshments will be available at a small charge.
Please come along and bring anyone else who might be interested. You do not need to book. 

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 new Community Heritage Centre, followed by All-Age Worship at 10.30. Our next one is 3rd December.

Soul Food - Are You in your 20's or 30's? Do you like Great Food? Do you Enjoy Lively Discussion with Friendly People Like You?
Then come and join us at Soul Food on Monday 11th December, 7.30 - 9.30 in the Community Heritage Centre, for an opportunity for engaging conversations over a meal, reflecting on Life's Big Questions.

Special Services in December
3rd December - Advent carol service 6.30pm
10th December - Christingle 4pm
17th December - Christmas carol service 6.30pm
Christmas Eve - Children’s carols and nativity (+ Christmas jumpers will be worn!) 5pm
Christmas Eve - Midnight mass 11.30pm
New Year’s Eve - Compline 7pm

The Pilgrim Course, usually on Wednesdays, 7.15 – 8.45 in the Community Heritage Centre, is taking a few weeks off and begins again on 3rd January 2018.






Mary Gregory, 16/05/2016