St Edburg's Church seeks to be a welcoming and caring family, living in Christ's love through worship and service to one another and the wider community.

In Memory of 
HRH Prince Philip

Dear St Edburg’s Family


By now you will have heard the sad news of the death of HRH Prince Philip.


We will be remembering His Royal Highness across the team in our services on Sunday. We await further information about arrangements, but we have been advised that there should be no other opening of church buildings to gather people, except for normal Sunday services and private prayer. The Government has advised that in order to observe current Covid-19 precautions, physical condolence books should not be offered at this time. The Church of England has opened a central online condolence book, which is open to anyone who wishes to sign and record a message. You can find the link on the Diocesan website.


Throughout his long life Prince Philip has been an example of duty, service and strong Christian faith both in his own right and, most especially, in his unwavering support to Her Majesty the Queen throughout their 73 years of marriage. As we remember him as a great national figure, our thoughts are also with Her Majesty and the Royal Family as they mourn his loss. May he rest in peace and rise in glory. 


The Diocese has offered this prayer on the death of His Royal Highness:


God of our lives,

we give thanks for the life of Prince Philip,

for his love of our country,

and for his devotion to duty.

We entrust him now to your love and mercy,

through our Redeemer Jesus Christ. 


Please note:  We are experiencing some issues with the telephone system in the Church Office.  If you need to get in touch please call using 07395 930633




From the 28th March (Palm Sunday) services will be live streamed from within the Church with a limited congregation (pre-booked via the Church office)


The 10:00 Wednesday service will remain as a 'virtual' service.

The Church will remain open for private prayer on a Thursday and a Saturday between the hour of 10:00 - 11:00. Stewards will be on hand to offer assistance as required. 

During these trying times the Events Committee continues to work hard at putting on a range of Virtual Events.  For details please see our 'Virtual Services' tab below.

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If there is immediate risk or danger contact the police on 999

Parish Safeguarding Officer:                                                                 Richard Brown (01869 249075)

Diocese Safeguarding Officer: 

Stuart Nimmo or 01865 208290