The United Benefice of Sharnbrook, Felmersham and Knotting with Souldrop

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Our four Churches are situated in North Bedfordshire approximately 8 miles North of Bedford off the A6, The benefice is a member of the Anglican Communion in the Deanery of Sharnbrook and the Diocese of St. Albans. St. Peter's Sharnbrook is the larger of the four parishes and associated  with H.E. Bates well- known character 'Uncle Silas'. It has a fine thirteenth century Church remodelled from the earlier Norman building. The river Ouse forms the southern boundary.                 ***************** St. Mary’s Felmersham parish, south of the Ouse, includes the nearby hamlet of Radwell and has the largest Church, built by the monks of Lenten Priory between 1220 and 1240 and one of the finest Early English Gothic buildings in the region.                                 **************
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The benefice of  Felmersham  joined with Sharnbrook and Knotting with Souldrop on 1st. September 2005 and Revd. Robert Evens became Rector of the united benefice. The ministry of the benefice is normally covered by the Rector with the occasional help of locally resident retired clergy. Details of St. Mary's Felmersham, it’s officers, services and activities are covered by their own web site. Please follow the link: -    St. Mary’s Felmersham. St Peter's is part of 'Sharnbrook Churches Together' which includes cooperation with our local Methodist, Roman Catholic and Evangelical Churches.The benefice is also linked with the parish of Calpino in the Catholic Diocese of Urbino in Italy. Everyone is welcome at all of our Churches. We meet every Sunday for  Worship and to learn more about our faith. We want our Churches to be accessible to people of all ages and (dis)abilities. St. Peters has a sound system including a 'T loop' for those with hearing difficulties.  Ramps for wheelchair access are also provided. If you want to know more please join us at any service.
The United Benefice of Sharnbrook, Felmersham and Knotting with Souldrop
The smaller  parishes of All Saints - Souldrop and St. Margaret of Antioch – Knotting, with it’s small unique Church of Saxon origin, complete the united benefice.                                 ************                                    
All Saints Souldrop St. Margaret of Antioch, Knotting
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Vacancy News We are pleased to announce that an appointment has been made to the Benefice. Please  see Important Announcement below. ********
Important Announcement:  (Letter from the Benefice Churchwardens 07/07/2019
We are pleased to advise that the Revd. Paolo Di Leo will be joining us as the Rector for the Benefice of Sharnbrook, Felmersham and Knotting with Souldrop, in the late autumn early winter season.   Paolo comes to us with a wide range of ministerial experience across many traditions.  He is currently Assistant Curate at St Margaret’s Streatley, near Luton.  He trained for ministry at the Eastern Regional Ministerial College exiting with a BA Hons from Durham University in Theology Ministry and Mission.  Prior to ordination he worked as a senior executive for a number of multinational companies.  Paolo is married to Fiona and has 5 grown up children and 3 grandchildren.
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