St Helena, Austerfield

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St Helena’s is a small very historic church building. The present church building dates from Norman times, but has links with the Austerfield Synod of 702AD. Later, William Bradford, the first governor of Massachusetts was baptised here.

A small congregation now meets on the first Sunday at 11.15am and for said Holy Communion at 8.30 am on the 2nd and fourth Sunday in the month. The church is closely linked with St Nicholas Bawtry.

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DN10 6NJ
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Holy Communion
Every second and fourth Sunday at 8:30 AM for ½ hour
Holy Communion
Every first Sunday at 11:15 AM


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Incumbent: The Revd Jonathan Edward Tully STRICKLAND
A Church Near You ID (venue number): 17710
Style of worship: Open Evangelical
Archdeaconry: NEWARK (381)
Deanery: Bassetlaw and Bawtry (38109)
Parish Legal Name: Bawtry with Austerfield (380003 )
CofE Church Info: (638004 38/4)
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The current editor is: Jonathan Strickland

This page was last updated on Wednesday 7th December 2016
St Helena : High Street, Austerfield, South Yorkshire, DN10 6QY - Set back from parking area opposite Keith ashton memorials

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