St Mary's, Mablethorpe
At the junction of Church Road and Church Lane (LN12 2EW)

We seek to be: "God's people making waves!" 

DiscipleshipWe have recently engaged in the Discipleship Development Process sponsored by the Diocese of Lincoln (some may know the process as "mission action planning") and have come to the following conclusions:
        

Our vision, as a congregation, is to to use the growing resources (prayer, fellowship, learning and reflection) of our Church to be a growing presence within the entire community, giving ourselves in service of all people. 

We believe that our calling from God is to be an open and visible Christian presence within the entire community of Mablethorpe offering residents and visitors friendship and worship for all age groups, encouraging lives of hope built on prayer, learning, reflection and fellowship. 

Therefore we aspire to be: welcoming, loving, valuing worship, Biblical, learning and prayerful. 

St Mary

 


St. Mary's is an ancient Church set in an extensive Churchyard located on the North side of the town.

A regular congregation of 25-35 meets for worship each Sunday at 11.00am.  There is also a mid-week service each Thursday at 9.30am.  Services are in modern language and are Communion or Morning Worship (led by a Lay Minister).

St Mary inside

 

There is a small choir who lead our singing accompanied by one of the nicest organs in the area. 

Refreshments are served after most services (in the vestry area) - we also have toilets (though, sadly, not a proper 'accessible' toilet). There is a small car park and on-street parking is available around about.

Everyone is most welcome to all our services.

For more information about St. Mary's please contact one of the clergy (see the contacts page) or one our Wardens:

                  Sandra          or           Cathy

             Mrs. Sandra Turnock                 Mrs. Cathy Main
                 01507 478845                       01507 472299

The following map shows the location of the Church and Hall (drag the 'hand' or zoom and pan etc. using the buttons on the map).  For links to Google® maps which offer directions to the Church click here and the Hall click here.