Welcome to West Butterwick
St Marys Church was completed in 1841. It stands on the site of former chapels going back to the 16th century at the very heart of the village. Surrounded by the churchyard it is bordered on one side by North Street which runs parallel to the tidal River Trent.
Next door literally is West Butterwick Methodist Church with whom St Marys enjoys close ties. West of the Church and with direct access is the Primary School which is a church school and whose staff and pupils regularly make use of St Marys.
The North Street entrance is by a short flight of steps and a path to the church door situated at the western end of the building. The path continues on a level plain to West Street opposite the village Shop and Post Office (currently under threat of closure).
A main feature of the Church is the clock tower which provides a vital service to the village and since the Millennium is floodlight at night.
St Marys is fully accessible form the West Street entrance and a portable ramp is kept in the church porch. Large print service books are also available.
These are currently held every Sunday at 9am.
The current arrangement is for Holy Communion with hymns, readings and a sermon or presentation is made.
Since the adoption of New Era decentralised management in 2005 the Axholme Deanery to which west Butterwick belongs as part of the Epworth group of churches arranges a Deaary Service whenever a 5th Sunday occurs. This service rotates around the 11 churches in the Deanery.
Services follow a traditional pattern with time for reflection, prayer and contemplation, everyone is welcome.
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Scunthorpe Telegrqaph and Local directory
Epworth Bells & Crowle Advertiser
13 Market Place
Epworth, DN9 1EU, Tel: 01427 875078 : Fax: 01427 873900
B B C RADIO HUMBERSIDE
12 Oswald Rd Scunthorpe DN15 7PT
Tel:: 01724 869093
Tel:: 01724 282282
SINCLAIR WEBB YOUNG FALK DEXTER PLATTS GALLAGER ARMSTRONG & BORRILL DRS
School Lane West Butterwick DN17 3LB
Tel:: 08444 770938
SCUNTHORPE GENERAL HOSPITAL
Cliff Gdns Scunthorpe ,
DN15 7BH, Tel 01724 2828282
GOOLE & DISTRICT HOSPITAL
Goole, DN14 6RX, Tel: 01405 720720
DONCASTER ROYAL INFIRMARY
DN2 5LT, Tel: 01302 366666 : Fax: 01302 320098
5 Church Street
Tel:: 01652 688456
ROBIN HOOD AIRPORT
Doncaster DN9 3RH , Tel 08708 33 22 10
HOLLOWAYS COACHES LTD
Cottage Beck Rd Scunthorpe DN16 1TP
Tel:: 01724 282277
97 High St Owston Ferry DN9 1RL
Tel:: 01427 728227
HORNSBY TRAVEL SERVICES LTD
51 Ashby High St Scunthorpe DN16 2NB
Tel:: 01724 282255
BLACK & WHITE COACHES
22b Hebden Road Scunthorpe DN15 8DT
Tel:: 01724 843355
TRAVELINE PUBLIC TRANSPORT INFO
Tel:: 0870 6082 608 http://www.stagecoachbus.com/scunthorpe/
NATIONAL RAIL ENQUIRIES
40 Bernard St London WC1N 1BY
Tel:: 08457 484950
RADLEY COACH TRAVEL
50 Wrawby St Brigg DN20 8JB
Tel:: 01652 653583
West Butterwick Cof E Primary
School Lane, West Butterwick,
DN17 3LB .Tel 01724 783244.
South Axholme Community School,
DN9 1BY. Tel 01427 872121 : Fax 01427 875028
The Parish Magazine published every month price 30p, has news events and advertys for numerous local shops and services.