What's on at All Saints' Church, Winterton

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Advance Notice: All Saints will close on 1st January 2014 for major building works and will remain closed for the rest of the year. Please see the calendar for arrangements for church services

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For a more advanced view of our events, please see our online calendar. We also provide a printable version (.pdf) containing events for the month and other useful information.

Upcoming Events

Sunday 30th August
Group Eucharist 10:30am, All Saints', Flixborough
Group service for the North Manlake churches
Sunday 6th September
Holy Communion 8:00am, All Saints, Winterton
Holy Communion 9:15am, St Bartholomew, Appleby
Holy Communion 10:45am, All Saints, Winteringham

For Your Diary

Saturday 12th September
Heritage Open Day 10:00am-4:00pm
View the new heritage centre for Winterton in All Saints. Digital and static displays.
Free entry. Refreshments and gifts on sale.
Sunday 13th September
Heritage Open Day 12:00pm-4:00pm
View the new heritage centre for Winterton in All Saints. Digital and static displays.
Free entry. Refreshments and gifts on sale.
Friday 25th September
New Orleans Heat Jazz Band Concert 7:30pm-10:00pm
Tickets £12 include light refreshments with glass of wine/juice. Cafe style with tables seating up to eight. First jazz concert in the church since reopening with new seating and new acoustics.
Tickets from Jean Key [01724 732684]
Sunday 27th September
Holy Eucharist & rededication of church 10:45am, All Saints, Winterton
The Bishop of Lincoln will preside at this special service to rededicate our church after extensive repair and reordering.
All welcome. Please reserve seat by free ticket from 01724 734285
Friday 2nd October
Portrait of a Lady by History Wardrobe 7:00pm-9:00pm
The creation of beauty in portraits of the late eighteenth century told through story and costume.
Tickets £10 include coffee/tea and cake.
Contact Jill Scargall [01724 732118]