The Sempringham site is dominated by the Anglican Parish Church of St. Andrews. Together with its Mission Church (Christchurch in Pinfold Lane, Pointon) St. Andrews is host to a full range of Christian events throughout the year, ranging from the annual atmospheric candlelit Christmas Eve Service at St. Andrews to the weekly Tuesday morning drop-in "Cornerstone" at Christchurch.
Worship is also just as varied, with the Billingborough organist making full use of the manually pumped pipe organ for group services at Sempringham, to intimate informal morning worship using an electronic keyboard and modern worship songs at Pointon. One of the two churches will usually host an act of worship three times in a typical month. Because of the absence of electricity at Sempringham, St. Andrews is used more in the summer months, with Christchurch being the focus during the colder, darker days of the year.
Both churches are run by the single Pointon & Sempringham PCC, who meet regularly to plan worship, outreach, fundraising and social events throughout the year.
More information is available from the webmaster (Keith King - Churchwarden) by emailing:
The PCC meet throughout the year and publish an Annual Report of their activities. Available copies relate to the calendar years: 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, Churchwardens Report 2012, 2013, Annual Report 2014, Annual Report 2015, Annual Report 2016
We take the safety of our Congregation, Visitors & Contractors seriously - you can view our Health & Safety Policy here.
We also take our environment seriously and, in 2015, adopted this statement to try and sumarise our approach towards the footprint we leave on our earth. Environmental Statement