Our Rector is the Rev'd. Graeme Anderson.
It has been a strange beginning for Rev'd. Graeme's ministry in our benefice, but he and his wife Judy (with Willow the dog) are now in the Rectory at Crick. Services still can't take place in our churches because of Covid restrictions, but Rev'd. Graeme has been very active in promoting weekly services held on Zoom. He has also made a short video, which he hopes might be useful both as an introduction and as an aid to people who may be trying to find Lilbourne's church.
All Saints' Church is the smallest and oldest church in the benefice of Crick, Yelvertoft and Lilbourne, in the Diocese of Peterborough. It's situated out of the modern village, at the lower end of Station Road close to the River Avon (CV23 0SX). The building is Grade-1 listed, and the earliest part - the chancel - is late Saxon. It's a lovely, simple church with seating capacity for about 100. In the normal situation the building is often open, during the day. There is a lot of information - including how to contact keyholders - on the notice-boards in the open porch. If you're researching family history, we have a detailed list of all known graves and their location in the churchyard, full copies of the registers, and a lot more information available.
Due to coronavirus, all our services until the start of June will be online, weekly.
View our most recent service on YouTube:
The service for this Sunday 30th May, available on YouTube from 11:00 am:
Our church is a welcoming community and we would be very happy to share it with you!
Our responsibility to safeguard the vulnerable is taken very seriously. Please see our safeguarding statement.