St. Margaret's is a medieval Church almost hidden away on Church Lane (although it is actually only 100 yards from the A52).
A service takes place most Sundays at 10.45am EITHER in the Church or in the nearby Village Hall (on Mumby Road) and many of these services are shared with the local Methodist congregation. HOWEVER on the third Sunday of each month this is replaced by a Café style service (in the Village Hall) at 3.00pm. Please see our Parish Diary for details.
Services are in modern language and are Communion or Morning Worship (led by a Lay Minister).
Everyone is most welcome to all our services.
Please note that in Winter, St. Margaret's is very cold and does not have toilet facilities (however, the Village Hall is well heated and has good facilities including an accesible toilet).
St. Margaret's has several notable features:
a painted reredos (above) and a carved rood screen (right) ...
... a carved font cover (left) and a barrel organ (right) which can play a selection of early hymn-tunes and is occasionally used in worship.
A book on the history of Huttoft is available in the Church - this has much fascinating information about the village but in particular spells out the connection between St. Margaret's and the poet John Betjeman.
For more information about St. Margaret's please contact one of the clergy (see the contacts page) or our Warden:
Mrs. Norma Ambler.