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All Saints Church Harpole

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All Saints’ Church, Harpole, is home to a friendly and outgoing Christian worshipping community whose origins go back to the time of the Domesday Book. 

We have just created an online giving facility for Harpole church and the link to it is below together with the QR code. If you would like to donate to Harpole church please click here or scan the QR Code

Unfortunately, due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), all Church buildings have restricted access, until further notice. We will look forward to welcoming you to join a service of worship or one of our many regular events, as and when the restrictions are eased.

Holy Week Services and Events

Palm Sunday 28th March 2021

9:30am Holy Communion for Palm Sunday at Rothersthorpe

9:30am Holy Communion for Palm Sunday at Bugbrooke 10:30am Holy Communion for Palm Sunday at Kislingbury 11:30am Holy Communion for Palm Sunday at Harpole

Monday 29th, Tuesday 30th , Wednesday 31st March 6pm ‘Compline on Line’ contact Allan Leroy on 01604

Maundy Thursday 1st April 2021

9:30am Holy Communion for Maundy Thursday at Bugbrooke 10:30am Holy Communion for Maundy Thursday at Kislingbury 11:30am Holy Communion for Maundy Thursday at Harpole 12:30am Holy Communion for Maundy Thursday at Rothersthorpe

Good Friday 2nd April 2021

In all four Churches there will be Stations of Cross posted outside in the Church grounds with a leaflet to guide you around, as in 2020

10:30am to Guided Meditation for Good Friday at Bugbrooke 11:15am

2pm to 3pm ‘Hour at the Cross’ at Kislingbury

Easter Sunday 4th April 2021
9:30am Holy Communion for Easter Sunday at Rothersthorpe 9:30am Holy Communion for Easter Sunday at Bugbrooke

10:30am Holy Communion for Easter Sunday at Kislingbury 11:30am Holy Communion for Easter Sunday at Harpole

All the above are in line with guidelines from the government, but are subject to change if guidelines change!

We are aiming to restart Sunday services in all four Churches from April 11th.

However, until masks disappear and singing is back service times will be as follows:-

Service Tines from April 11th 2021

9:30am St. Peter and Paul Rothersthorpe 9:30am St. Michaels and All Angels Bugbrooke

11am St. Luke’s Kislingbury 11am All Saints’ Harpole

There is a regular pattern of services in the church.

First Sunday              11.15am        Morning Worship

First Monday 6.30pm Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)

Second Sunday          11.15am        Family Service or Holy Communion

Third Sunday             11.15am        Morning Worship

Fourth Sunday          11.15am        Holy Communion

Fifth Sunday              See church notice board

Any variations in this pattern can be found on the church notice boards or in the monthly Village Newsletter. There are special services during Lent, including Mothering Sunday and Holy Week leading up to Easter as well as at Pentecost, Harvest and Remembrance. The Christmas services include Christingle, Carols by Candlelight and the Crib Service culminating in the first celebration of Holy Communion for Christmas at 11.30pm on Christmas Eve.

The Church Choir sings at most of the services and practises at 10.00am on Thursdays. New members are always welcome (phone Allan 01604 830423)

All Saints’ has a fine ring of six bells. The bellringers practise on Thursdays at 7.30pm and ring before most of the services (phone Graham 01604 832291). You can read about the bells and ringers here.

The Mothers’ Union meets on the last Monday of each month at 2.30pm in the Methodist Church in School Lane. The meetings are open to all and there is a wide variety of speakers.

There are a number of social events throughout the year including the Church Fete. The Samuel Leek Concert is an annual event commemorating an 18th-century choirmaster at which a wide variety of village and local talents are displayed.

All Saints’ is fully committed to safeguarding and complies with all necessary procedures. Further details including contacts are on the notice board inside the church.

Harpole is located to the west of Northampton.
Proceed on the A4500 (Weedon Road) towards the M1 (Junction 16).
Several sets of traffic lights will be encountered, leading to a roundabout junction with the B4525.
Continue in the same direction (second exit) towards the M1 but stay in the right-hand lane (if possible)
Get into the ‘slowing lane’ on the right in order to take the first right turn.
Take care because this means crossing the dual carriageway, turning towards the ‘Beefeater’ (‘Turnpike’) Premier Inn.
Follow the ‘Northampton Road’ leading to the ‘High Street’ through the village, ignoring turnings,
until the church appears (ahead) on the left.
This should be at the junction of High Street, School Lane and Upper High Street at postcode NN7 4DH.

From the opposite direction, Harpole can be approached from the A5 at Weedon
(Watling Street), on the A45, passing through Flore and crossing the M1 at Junction 16, joining the dual carriageway A4500.
Take the left turn at the ‘Beefeater’ (‘Turnpike’) (before the roundabout for Kislingbury) and proceed through the village, as above.


  • corner of Upper High Street and School Lane Harpole Northampton

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