St Andrew Broughton

with Cransley & Mawsley

BC&M

“God is light; In him there is no darkness...”  

[1 John 1:5]

Welcome to our benefice!

With three distinct churches in the Northamptonshire villages of Broughton, Mawsley and Cransley, we have something for everyone. Explore our site and do come along to one of our services where you will receive a warm welcome. If you would like more information please contact us. 

For service times please click here

We are pleased to be able to let you know that St Andrew, Broughton will be re-starting services in the church building on Sunday 14th March at 9.30am. And services at St Andrew, Cransley and Mawsley Church will re-start on Easter Sunday. Due to the current restrictions, we continue to have a number of safety measures in place, including social distancing, hand sanitisers and those attending worship need to wear face coverings please (unless you are exempt).

We know that not everyone will feel able to join us in the church building straight away, so we will continue to provide worship resources for people to use at home as well.

 

Easter Sunday Service Times:

Broughton:

8am Communion

9.30am All-age Outdoor Celebration

 

Cransley:

9.30am Communion

 

Mawsley:

11am All- age Easter Celebration

 

If you need support in any way please do get in touch. Revd Nicki Hobbs can be contacted on revnicki@familyhobbs.org.uk or message 07534 162397

Our Churches

Broughton

Cransley

Mawsley

Safeguarding is a priority in the benefice.

We are committed to following national and Church of England guidelines on safeguarding children and vulnerable adults, and good working practice, including safer recruitment of volunteers and paid workers.

In the first instance, any concerns that you have should be addressed to the Benefice Safeguarding Officer, Anna Phippen abphip@gmail.com or (01536) 799522. 

Further safeguarding information can be found at 

https://www.peterborough-diocese.org.uk/safeguarding/safeguarding

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