St Guthlac Market Deeping 

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All our usual Sunday and Wednesday services have been suspended until further notice.
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We are your Church. Welcome to St Guthlac's Church - Market Deeping, Lincolnshire

 Please help by supporting our outreach with "Give a Little"

Sadly, our costs have barely reduced during lockdown, but our income certainly has. We now have a facility
where you can make donations to support us and our work during this challenging time using the "Give a Little"
service. Click on Support us to go straight to the "Give a Little" site which makes giving easy.


Latest News
Events are moving quickly now as Rev. George is finally able to start the process of joining us. It will take her a couple of weeks to settle in and she needs our help in getting to know us all. See Pastoral Letter 25 May for all the details. 


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Alleluia Christ is Risen

For our latest news and announcements, click on the Facebook link in the left hand column 

Video Services - complete with music, words and responses

Please put a candle in your window at 7pm each Sunday evening as a sign
of solidarity and hope in the light of Christ that can never be extinguished

 Service for Pentecost - Sunday the 31st of May
 Follow this service and join in fully with words, music, responses
 and prayers. Part of the service comes from the church.

 Pentecost Service

 Order of Service - Pentecost 

Intercessions - Penetecost 

 Service for Sunday the 24th of May
 This service contains a very important announcement. Follow this
 service and join in fully with words, music, responses and prayers.       
 Part of the service comes from the church.

Service for 24th May

   Order of Service 24 May   

Intercessions - 24 May

Hello to Rev. George

Activities and Guides during the Lockdown

 Book of Remembrance
 As it is sadly impossible to view the Book of Remembrance in the
 current circumstances, we are publishing pictures of the pages
 for this time of year. Click on the links to the right.

 12th to 31st May

1st June to 2nd July

 Thy Kingdom Come - Worldwide Prayer Initiative
 "Thy Kingdom Come" asks Christians of all denominations to pray for
 those close to us and for wider concerns during the days between
 Ascension (21st May) and Pentecost (31st May). Please use the link
 to find resources and suggestions for families and individuals.

Thy Kingdom Come
 Hopes in Bloom
 Create a flower picture, deliver it and it will be displayed on the
 Green School opposite the church as a sign of hope to all who pass by.
 Click on the link
 for details of how you can contribute.
 Hopes in Bloom
 Have you Lost a Loved One During the Lockdown?
 If so, your sadness was probably compounded by having severely
 limited numbers at the funeral or simply not being able to remember 
 them in the way you would have preferred. St Guthlac's will provide a 
 means to help once the lockdown is lifted. Click on the link 
 "Letter to the Bereaved" for more details on what will be happening 
 and how to be part of it.
 Letter to the Bereaved
 Church of England Guide to Good Mental Health 
 A guide provided by the national church on maintaining and improving
 mental health during this testing time.
  Supporting Mental Health 

 The Church has launched a free dial-in worship service
 to bring prayer to homes while churches are closed. 
 Daily Hope, offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full 
 worship services at the end of a telephone 24 hours a day

 0800 804 8044

 Survey: Coronavirus, church - and YOU
 Rev Andrew Village and Canon Leslie Francis have worked with bishops, clergy and lay people to develop a survey
 to assess how churchgoers have responded to the lockdown experience and now want as many people as possible
 to complete it so that the results have the maximum authenticity. You can access the survey by clicking the link
 Church Coronavirus Survey.  Please consider taking 20 to 30 minutes to complete the survey.
Our Data Privacy Notice and Safeguarding Policy can be found in the "News and Info" section or by clicking Statements.