A number of events are planned for 2022, circumstances permitting. Follow the link for further information.
Following the completion of the restoration work on the roof, and the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, Little Gidding Church is now open for private prayer. Under current regulations, some safety rules remain in place, including social distancing and wearing of
Following restoration work by John Taylor Bell Founders in Loughborough, the church bell at Little Gidding has now been returned and reinstalled in the church above the west door. Unlike the old bell, which could be swung in order to
Now that the roof of Little Gidding church has been repaired, the next piece of restoration work is the bell. The bell has been unsafe to ring for several years. It has been removed and taken to John Taylor’s at Loughborough for conservation work. A new headstock has been fitted which will allow it to be safely rehung and chimed.
Work on the roof of Little Gidding Church has now been completed, and it can be seen in all its glory in these pictures, taken yesterday, together with one picture taken several years ago for comparison, and a couple of
Little Gidding Church is currently undergoing extensive roof repair work. Scaffolding went up in March with the intention of finishing work by the late summer, but almost as soon as it was up, work had to cease. Now work has
The Guardian for Saturday 9 May 2015 features this story about the appeal for funds for Little Gidding Church, including comments by the Rector, Mary Jepp.
Evening Prayer is held at Little Gidding whenever there is a fifth Sunday in the month, at 6pm when Summer Time is in effect, and at 3pm in the winter. For more information follow the link below.
A Service is held at Little Gidding every month at noon on the second Friday of the month. The next Service is on Friday 11 March. For more details, follow the link.
With sadness we report that the Revd Jackie Duck, incumbent at Little Gidding until last year, and a Trustee of the Little Gidding Trust, died suddenly and unexpectedly on Sunday 10 October 2010.