Parish Safeguarding Statement

At the PCC meeting on Sunday 16 June 2019, the council formally adopted the “Promoting a Safer Church – Safeguarding Policy Statement for Children, Young People and Adults“. The signed document summarising this is displayed in the church porch and the full statement is on the notice board within the church. They can also be found below.



PAST CASES REVIEW – November 2019.
Please see letter from Bishop Christopher and the explanatory leaflet below




Our church logo

From a design by Sarah Williams
Based on the text:
“And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.” (1 Corinthians 13:13)
Reminding us of our commitment to go Forward in Faith, Hope and Love

“About a year ago Sarah Williams not only suggested we might like to consider a logo for the church but, along with a number of others, submitted a draft design. These were displayed in church, studied by the PCC and after some further discussion and outside assistance the end result is before us now. We hope you like it. You may recall that the wording (from 1 Cor 13:13) set the tone for our major review and planning exercise which resulted in the PCC’s document, ‘Forward in Faith, Hope and Love’. The logo will become increasingly evident and, we hope, not only serve to remind us of our commitment, but will be a testimony to others of that commitment.”

Leek Wootton Link, November 2004



Love Kenilworth

The churches of Kenilworth and the surrounding villages welcome you.

We love the people, the environment and the town of Kenilworth.
We want to demonstrate God’s love through prayer, service and through sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ.

We offer:

  • Joint acts of worship on a regular basis
  • We support social and charitable projects at home and overseas
  • We promote work with young people and others who are curious about what makes Christians ‘tick’
  • We enjoy each other’s company and invite anyone to join in any of our activities

We invite you to explore further and experience this love.

The lovekenilworth.org.uk and lovekenilworth.co.uk websites are maintained on behalf of Churches Together in Kenilworth and District (CTD)

Churches Together in Kenilworth and District is the body which coordinates and shares information about activities and projects supported by all the local churches.

While recognising each denomination’s traditions and freedom of action, CTKD’s “Declaration of Unity” reflects all the churches’ commitment to work together in response to Christ’s call to share our faith as fellow pilgrims and to demonstrate it in practical ways in our community.