Sibbertoft - St. Helen






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St. Helen's is a rural church in the Diocese of Peterborough, serving those in the parish of Sibbertoft and elsewhere who wish to be part of a worshipping community. We work very closely with others in the village who may not choose to come to church but who wish to see an active and healthy church at the heart of the village and who give great support to St. Helen's in its fundraising activities, just as St. Helen's supports them in village fundraising, particularly in support of the Reading Room (village hall).  

St. Helen's is one of seven churches in the Naseby Group Benefice, the others being Clipston, Haselbech, Kelmarsh, Marston Trussell, Naseby and Welford.

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Safeguarding is a priority at St. Helen’s. We are committed to following government and Church of England guidelines on safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and good working practice, including safer recruitment of volunteers and paid workers.

All members of the PCC have received basic training in safeguarding and the PCC has adopted the Diocesan policy on Safeguarding , which can be seen by clicking on the Safeguarding link on the Benefice home page. 

If you have any concerns regarding the safety or welfare of a child or vulnerable adult you can speak to: Bev Huff or Samantha Jackson, Diocesan Safeguarding Advisers (Tel: 01733 887000) or Kairen Ball (01858 575331), our  Safeguarding Officer. They have been appointed by the Peterborough Diocese and St. Helen’s Church PCC to respond to any safeguarding concerns