Welcome to St Michael & All Angels, Brookenby
The community of Brookenby has an approximate population of 500; it is situated on a high spot of the Lincolnshire wolds in an area of outstanding natural beauty. There is a large farming community in the outlining villages and also a large trading estate which brings work to many local people who live here.
St Michaels is used regularly for worship not only with the adult worshippers but also there is a Sunday school which is run three Sundays a month for the children of the community this begins at 10am.
St Michaels also run a family group on Tuesday mornings 11.30am-1.30pm for toddlers and their parents to which everyone is welcome. Wednesday and Saturday mornings from 10am -12noon you can also find a thrift shop and coffee morning. Open daily for anyone to find is a lending library just inside the Church.
St Michaels and All Angels is situated centrally in the village to the left side of the community centre.
People have been worshipping in Brookenby for many years even before it got its current name. Before it was the former RAF base of Binbrook and Brookenby was the RAF houses were built to house the crews and their families . The Church as it is now situated has been lovingly restored from the former Sgts Mess. Two people who had a lot of input into the work were Margaret and John Toyne who were readers of the Walesby Group who have sadly left for pastures new. Margaret worked hard fund raising for the floor and chairs, and John put in many hours of hard labour using his knowledge of building work to make St Michaels what it is today; a vibrant mission church.
At the Foot of the Cross, Brookenby, Good Friday 2017
Australian RAF Plaque Brookenby Banner