If you’re new to Knighton then you’ll be able to find out a bit about who we are and what we get up to from browsing around the site, but feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any other questions.
Students form a crucial part of the life of this church. We’re a family church and see you as a big part of that family!
At Knighton we have a team dedicated to students, led by Pip Graves, Josiah Ford, Hannah and Adi Jefferies and Pete Dixon. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to get involved and feel at home here. We put on a number of events throughout the year specifically for students but our heart is that you feel very much part of the family here at Knighton!
You can connect with us by joining our Facebook Group.
We all know students appreciate good food! We hold regular student lunches at homes, mainly in the summer term, and it’s a fantastic way to get to know other members of the church – as well as feeding up for the rest of the week!
Every Sunday evening, after the 6.30pm service we have ‘after hours’. It’s a good time to enjoy hanging out as a group with other 18-30s in the church.
Every Wednesday evening we meet to study the Bible and pray at different houses.
Getting involved in church?
Church only works when we all pull together. The bible talks about us being a body and we each have a part to play. We really want you to be involved in CU as Uni is such a strategic time for reaching your friends, but we do want you to be part of church too! Pick up a “How can I serve” leaflet from the foyer and drop it in to the office. Students are involved in loads of areas from helping with the PA to being leaders on the summer camps held at Hungarton. Where will you fit?
We count it a great privilege that students from all over the world join us at Knighton. Throughout the year we lay on a number of meetings and social events for international students, and all are welcome to join any of the groups and events at Knighton.
World Vision Café for international students runs on Friday night at 7.30pm at St. John the Baptist Church on Clarendon Park Road.
The ‘Globe Cafe’ for international students runs on Monday nights at 7.30pm at Trinity Hall, Leicester.
FOSSIL (Friends of OverSeas Students In Leicester)
Our God is a welcoming God, so at Knighton free church we love to reflect this by welcoming international students to our church and city. As a church we take an active part in the FOSSIL programme run by Friends International. This means that international students who would like to experience Christian hospitality in Leicester are partnered with a family/home and are invited around for a meal together. We are also hoping to run some FOSSIL events this year at Knighton where students and hosts can come along together and meet other participants. If you would like more information them please email email@example.com.