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To make St. Katharine's more than just for Sundays or special occasions
To actively involve the congregation
To give support to the community - visiting people when ill or in need, facilitating weddings, baptisms and funerals
To make the church financially viable
To use the building as an asset
St. Katharine's is a traditional Anglican church with regular Eucharist services, where clergy mostly wear robes at services. At St. Katharine's we aspire to be a community which is growing, viable, missional, serving, and worshipping. We have a five-year plan demonstrating how we will achieve this:
The church building dates mainly from the 13th century and has many beautiful features, including a 13th century stone font, a Jacobean wooden pulpit, and oak pews - some of which date back to the 15th century. There is a ring of eight bells which are rung regularly. The Victorian organ was built in 1860.
St Katharine's Mission Statement
St Katharine's Church exists to serve both the Church congregation and the community in Irchester, through its regular worship and prayer and its outreach to the village through social functions and to work with the village school.
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