Church of England Diocese of Lincoln Braceborough

St Margaret of Antioch Braceborough

Thank you for taking an interest in our church St Margaret of Antioch in Braceborough.

We hope you will find these pages helpful. You will be very welcome to come and visit our church in person, and especially welcome to come and worship with us at any of our services. If you are interested in arranging a baptism, wedding or funeral in our church, please do not hesitate to contact us via the links on this site.

'The Uffington Group of Churches is committed to safeguarding the welfare of all young people, vulnerable adults and all in our church community’.

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Malcolm Ravillious - Churchwarden

St Margaret's of Antioch Braceborough
01778 561153

Uffington Group Pilgrimage to Walsingham

10 Jul 2020, noon for 3d

Walsingham
2 Common Pl, Walsingham, Norfolk
NR22 6EE
United Kingdom

The Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham is a Church of England shrine church built in 1938 in Walsingham, Norfolk, England. Walsingham is the site of the reputed Marian apparitions to Richeldis de Faverches in 1061. The Virgin Mary is therefore venerated at the site with the title of Our Lady of Walsingham. Our visit is planned for 10th,11th & 12th July, 2020 as a polite reminder as Fr Aran returns from his holidays and the deadline approaches for us all to give him our names and completed booking form, (this is to enable him to confirm numbers and guarantee accommodation for us at Walsingham).

I attach a booking form although these have been sent out with pew sheets to most of you and printed versions are available in all churches.

For those of us that haven’t experienced Walsingham before, please look at the website https://www.walsinghamanglican.org.uk/visit/first-time-visitor/

Les or I would be happy to answer any questions in Fr Aran’s absence, if we don’t know the answers to your questions, we will certainly do our best to try to find out…

Appeal Fund – for Roof Repairs following theft of lead from St Margaret’s
Church.

1 Jul 2019, 9 a.m.