Among the many things we endeavour to offer are:
We strive to follow the example of Christ and we welcome those who would like to join us on our path. Christianity is about relationship and community and the best way to find out about faith and prayer, to raise questions and to get help, is to meet some fellow Christians. We seek to work alongside other Christian churches and denominations as closely as we can.
In our services we pray for our community. We are always pleased to receive prayer requests for those who are unwell, distressed or in need. Please make requests to the Vicar or Churchwardens. Or you may wish to e-mail us at
If you would like the Vicar or a member of our Local Ministry Team to visit you at home or in hospital, please do let us know. We are able to offer home communion to those who are not able to get to the church.
There are regular church services at All Saints. Please refer to Church Services You will be made very welcome if you can join us. You may be able to attend services regularly or just once in a while. We will pleased to see you at any time. Sometimes the service pattern is changed so do please check our Calendar - default view
Throughout the year we do have regular special services. These will be listed in our Calendar - default view and usually include: Holy Week services before Easter; Easter services; Advent, Christingle and Christmas services; All Souls; Remembrance Day; Annual Ecumenical Covenant Service with our friends at Trinity Methodist and many more. You are welcome to join us.
Each year we offer a Lent Course in conjunction with Trinity Methodist Church. Details are published each year.
These include special Children's Workshops at Lent/Easter and Advent/Christmas. Further details about these from the Vicar.
Our very active Social and Fundraising Committee arranges a programme of regular events including concerts; ceilidhs, drama, and talks. We hope that these will offer fellowship, enjoyment and entertainment for you. Details are posted in our Calendar - default view.Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals
These life events are crucially significant occasions. Please see the full details about our provision on the separate page Baptisms Weddings and Funerals.
The Vicar is always pleased to consider thanksgiving services which may be planned to mark a significant wedding anniversary or a recent civil wedding ceremony. It may be appropriate for such a thanksgiving service to mark the life of a recently departed relative.
All Saints subsidises the Organ School to help make it available to any school or college student in our area of North Lincolnshire who has the potential to learn to play the church organ. The Church is keen to encourage new young organ players in our area.
We are now seeking new students.
For more details contact Robin Shawyer at 01724 734285
At present the church floodlights are worn out and not is use. Once renewed they will provide a beautiful view of the church on dark evenings. It may be possible for All Saints to switch them on to mark your special anniversary or family occasion. For further details see Church Floodlights
We provide a regular monthly parish magazine. For full details please see Parish magazine.
We are lucky that our six church bells are in good working order and they are rung regularly by our team of bellringers. Thursday evening is a practice night and the bells can also be heard on other occasions. Ringers are usually available for weddings and muffled bells can be sounded at funerals if requested. For more information please see Bell Ringers
Our clock on the tower dates from the time when most people did not have watches. It is still operated by the original 1834 mechanism which was designed and made in Winterton. It has to be wound every week by our Clock Keeper. For more details see Church Clock.
We started this website in 2009 to make available as much information about our church as we can. We hope that this will help all those in our community to be aware of what our church offers.
Parts of our Grade 1 Listed Church Building at All Saints are at least 1,000 years old. The church is itself a most important part of the heritage of Winterton. There are also some historical records relating to Winterton still held at the church. A section of our website is devoted to this heritage so that the details are more accessible. For further details please see our Heritage section.