Butterton S.Bartholomew

Welcome to St Bartholomew's Church, Butterton, in the beautiful Staffordshire Moorlands.

We are a small worshipping community led by our Interim Priest in Charge Rev Jane Held.

There has been a church on the present site since its foundation in 1254. Parish Registers date from 1746. Various rebuilds have taken place over the years. The present building dates back to 1871. The building programme lasted two years. The east window and the spire were added a few years later as gifts in memory of a local family. The church is grade II listed.

Our Church's Mission Statement is:

“To be a beacon for Christ in our rural community as we seek to provide a place of hospitality, a sense of history and a source of hope and renewal in times of change.”

Get in touch

Kent House, Butterton. Nr Leek.

ST13 7SY
Churchwarden
01538 304115
What's on

Warm Welcome

Occuring
Tuesday 11 June 2024, Tuesday 25 June 2024, Tuesday 09 July 2024, Tuesday 23 July 2024 Tuesday at for 2 hours
Venue
Butterton S.Bartholomew
Address
In the centre of the village Butterton, ST13 7SP, United Kingdom

A warm space to meet and chat over some refreshments.

Every two weeks - alternate Tuesdays

Warm Welcome at Butterton alternate Tuesdays

Safeguarding

Our parish of Butterton: St Bartholomew is committed to safeguarding children, young people and adults from harm. We follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies and have our own Parish Safeguarding Officer (PSO).

The name of each church's safeguarding coordinator is posted on the church notice board, and for this church is Lily Hambleton-Plumb , or you can contact Revd Jane Held, 07771 556391

We have adopted the National Church of England and Diocese of Lichfield Safeguarding Policies and take safeguarding very seriously. More details are available from the link below.

Lichfield Safeguarding Policy