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Here you can find information on each of the churches in the benefice. Please follow the links to each of the church areas where you will find useful information such as the service plan, how to contact the church wardens and events and news for the church.

Great Harrowden Church

All Saints Church

Great Harrowden Church is part of the Benefice of Great & Little Harrowden with Orlingbury, Isham and Pytchley. The churches are available during daylight hours for prayer and quiet reflection.

Isham Church

St Peters Church

Isham is a village and civil parish in Northamptonshire, England. The River Ise is to the east of the village. Isham is divided into Upper and Lower, and is part of the 5 Churches Benefice.

Little Harrowden Church

St Mary the Virgin's Church

Little Harrowden is a beautiful countryside village situated between Wellingborough and Kettering and is one of the longest and narrowest parishes in Northamptonshire. It is built around the Church of St Mary the Virgin, which dates back to 1190.

Orlingbury Church

Saint Mary’s Church

Orlingbury is a small village mid-way between Kettering and Wellingborough.  It may be a small village, but we are very friendly and sociable and offer a variety of regular activities and events. Today Orlingbury is a thriving village church with weekly Sunday services usually at 11am. If you are in the area why not drop in and join us.

Pytchley Church

All Saints Church

Pytchley is a village in central Northamptonshire, 2 miles to the south of Kettering. The village has the church at its heart and clusters around a crossing of minor roads.The church has its origins in the 12th century with periods of restoration being carried out in 1861 and 1903. It is built of coursed and squared stone and ashlar.

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