Throughout the year we support three charities, which are reviewed every three years. For more on how we give see Mission Giving

 

Our mission partners for 2021-2024 are:

 

Emmaus (Herts) addressing homelessness and social exclusion

https://emmaus.org.uk/hertfordshire/


Farming Community Network supporting farmers and their families through difficulties

https://fcn.org.uk/


Youthscape equipping the Church to serve and support young people

https://www.youthscape.co.uk/

 

Whilst protecting our heritage, we plan to improve the south-west area of the church making it easily accessible for young and old and opening up additional space for refreshment and activity.

You can explore the detailed plans and fuller explanation of the needs of the church by viewing the Plan and Statement of Needs.  The works are to be phased, with the accessible WC, kitchen, servery, vestry and flexible welcome space being undertaken first. Relocation of the font and sound desk, levelling of the porch and re-painting of the walls are in future phases.

The plans and statement can be seen in the church, or online, if you can’t access them by either of these means, please contact us for a paper version via either This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thank you for supporting our heritage and community in Codicote.

 

Our donation form can be found - here

Plan - here

Statement of Needs - here

Village Day 2021

(image credit and thanks to Caroline and Dave)

 

 

 

Harvest Festival 2021

(image credit and thanks to Emily)

 

Our Church Building

 

Our historic church celebrates 910 years in 2021.

Within its walls, generations of Codicote residents have brought their lives to God in worship, prayer and thanksgiving.  They have shared their joys and sorrows, made celebration and sought comfort. 

All are welcome here!

For more about the history of the Church in Codicote please visit

https://www.britainexpress.com/counties/herts/churches/codicote.htm

http://www.codicotelocalhistorysociety.co.uk/