One parish with two churches
Stapleford is a town of around 17,000 people, situated some 5 miles west from the centre of Nottingham.
The main parish church of St Helen’s sits in the centre of the town and is well loved and well used by the community who have contributed generously to its restoration over the years.
St Luke’s is the ‘daughter’ church, a smaller mission style building on Moorbridge Lane and hosts its own Sunday service.
Together the two churches work together to form a loving community of people aged one to ninety one, from all backgrounds; all united by one faith, to love and serve Jesus Christ.
The Church @ Montrose Court
This is a small off-shoot of St Helen's in the community of the Montrose Court estate in the area of New Stapleford. Previously a post office and then hairdressers, the unit next to the Premier shop is now a church and community room, with drop in sessions on Mondays and Thursdays 9-11.30am and a Food Bank and FareShare Tesco food distribution on Wednesdays 9-11.30am.
On Sundays at 4pm we meet for a short, all-age friendly, cafe style time of worship together. We also hold outdoor events with the local community. Come along one day and join in the fun!