Charlie Styles

About the author

Charlie Styles: Charlie has been vicar of Lutterworth, Cotesbach and Bitteswell since 2013. He is passionate about helping people grasp deep spiritual truth and wants everyone to get involved with serving God in His world.


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08
Jun

Reflecting on Race

In the context of current events, it is well-worth stoppping and reflecting. Humble listening, both to the wider world and to God's word, is vital to…

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24
May

Christianity Explored

One of the best ways to learn about faith and consider the claims of Jesus is to do it with others. Christianity Explored is a course…

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20
Apr

Joseph: his God and ours

In normal times there is a regular midweek communion service held at St Mary's Lutterworth. It is a simple service with a traditional format. We are…

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19
Apr

Making the most of Lock-down

Joining a Daily Service St Ebbes Oxford are publishing a Daily Service on Youtube. This is a short format Morning Prayer from 8.45 to 9am, Monday…

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10
Apr

Easter 2020

This year is rather different and we've tried to respond as best we can to engage with the widest range of people possible. If you know…

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30
Mar

Thought for the Day

We are publishing a daily Bible reading and reflection Monday to Saturday. Log in to our app, or watch it here.

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23
Mar

New Mobile App

At the moment, technology is a real gift in keeping us connected and helping us access good and fun things to do and learn. So we're…

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20
Mar

Local Responses to the COVID-19

This is a difficult time for many people - especially those who are ill or looking after those who are. We've seen some terrible scenes of…

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06
Mar

Church Activities and the Coronavirus

This advice was updated on Friday 11th September. Further updates will appear here. Given the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 and the continually changing advice from…

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