Our Churches (except Huttoft*) will open for Sunday worship at the usual times from 5th July.

Services will be different from usual (eg. no singing) and social distancing will be maintained throughout.

* Bi-weekly Services in Huttoft Village Hall will resume once it is open
(perhaps in September)

All MEETINGS and GROUPS remain CANCELLED and are unlikely to resume before the Autumn. 

BAPTISMS are still not allowed.

Small FUNERALS may take place at St. Peter's Trusthorpe (followed by burial in Churchyard or the neighbouring Cemetery) - please click here for more information.

Small WEDDINGS may now take place (again with limits) - please click here for more information.

Clergy are available by phone/email as usual (see our Contacts page). 

Please pray for all who are leading the fight against the virus, for all health and care workers and for all who are effected by the virus and the changes it is forcing upon our society.

You might like to pray this prayer (taken from the Church of England website):

Keep us, good Lord,
under the shadow of your mercy.
Sustain and support the anxious,
be with those who care for the sick,
and lift up all who are brought low;
that we may find comfort knowing that nothing can separate us from your love in Christ Jesus our Lord.  Amen.

Welcome to our Website.

This Emergency Homepage will be updated with information relevant
during the current COVID-19 epidemic.

 You can find all the normal pages either using the menu-bar above
or via the "normal" homepage (click 

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A number of changes have taken place in Government regulations and Church of England guidance over recent days.  Please see the panel to the left for the latest news on what we are doing.

Worship on Sunday

Our Churches (except Huttoft) are open for Sunday Worship at the usual times.

However, those who are vulnerable to Covid-19 (due to being aged over 70 or having underlying health problems) should consider carefully whether to attend Church at this stage.

If you're not able to worship in Church, you might like to join others in worship either by radio or television or via the internet.

Archbishop Justin Welby
Chaplains from a hospital and a hospice are to join the newly-confirmed Archbishop of York this weekend as he leads worship from York Minster for the Church of England’s weekly online service.

The first service to be presided over at York Minster by Archbishop Stephen Cottrell will focus on prayer and the ‘startling, beautiful heart’ of the message of the Gospel of God’s unconditional love for us.

The service will be available from 9am on Sunday and can be watched on YouTube, Facebook or the Church of England website.

As in previous weeks, the service will include full BSL interpretation and subtitles throughout.
The service has optional subtitles and is BSL-interpreted throughout.

Click here for more details and here for a service sheet and to watch (from Sunday, 9.00am).

For details of services on the BBC this Sunday please click here.

NB There is NO SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE on BBC1 this week!

Printed and On-line Resources

We are aiming to distribute our Notice Sheet each week.  If you haven't received this through your letterbox, please contact us. 

Our latest notice sheet, and some other material made available by the Redemptorist Society, is accesible by clicking below: 

This week's     
Parish Sheet 
A Homily         
for this week
Sunday Link  
"Look" (for 
children )
"Live the
Notice SheetHomilySunday LinkLook    Live the Word

The latest edition of our parish magazine,
The Messenger, can be downloaded here:
The Messenger (Magazine)
Church of EnglandDaily Hope

The Church of England has provided Daily Hope, a telephone Hotline which offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line.

It is available FREE 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044  and has been set up particularly with those unable to join online church services during the period of restrictions in mind.

Good Neighbour Scheme
The Good Neighbour Scheme
offers practical help to anyone who is struggling with shopping, collecting prescriptions or walking their dog etc.  Please click here for more details. 

Community LarderMablethorpe Community Larder (our equivalent of a FoodBank) is open from 12.00pm to 2.00pm each day Mondays to Fridays at FurniChurch in Victoria Road.

Sutton on Sea Community Larder, open during the Covid-19 crisis, is at St. Clement's Church Hall, Church Lane, Sutton on Sea and is open 2.00pm-4.00pm Monday to Friday.  Please note these revised Opening Hours.

For more details, click here for Mablethorpe and here for Sutton on Sea.

Keeping Safe

For information on
Keeping Safe (Safeguarding)
please click here.

Data Protection

To read our Privacy Notice,
(as required by the GDPR)  
please click here.


For details about making
  a comment or complaint,
please click here.