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 

The next service in this church will be on Sunday September 19th at 6pm to celebrate Evening Prayer.

To comply with the new regulations and to take precautions as we continue to keep ourselves safe the following changes are being made:

If you are coming to one of our churches for the first time them please speak to Fr Aran, or Malcolm Ravilious the churchwarden to make sure you have a full understanding of the Covid-19 rules.

St Martin's Church in Barholm-with-Stowe, St Margaret's Church in Braceborough, St Thomas Church in Greatford, St Faith’s Church, Wilsthorpe and St Michael and All Angels’ Church, Uffington are still open for private prayer all day from 10.00am to 4pm.

St Andrew's Church in West Deeping will be open daily from Monday 27th September, 2021

Guidance from the Church of England is that Face coverings must be worn in places of worship unless you are not able to put on, wear or remove a face covering because of a physical or mental illness or impairment, or disability; children under the age of 11 are also exempt. Disposable facemasks are available from the sidespeople on the day.

We are looking towards relaxing these rules in the near future.

In accordance with current Church of England guidance, Communion will be administered in only one kind (ie the bread, the Blessed Sacrament, which should be consumed before moving away from the priest, and the face covering replaced before resuming one’s place in the pew).

'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

Evening Prayer

19 Sep 2021, 6 p.m. for 45m
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Christians have worshiped in the churches in our group for more than 900 years and we extend a warm welcome to those visiting, those returning and the regular members of the congregation.
We are delighted that you have come to share in the tradition of Evensong based on the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) 1662.

The heart of Evensong is the reading of Scripture. The service that surrounds it is intended to prepare us to hear God’s word and to be able to respond to it with praise. Its traditional or archaic language may help us to put aside the pressures of our lives as we enter into a tradition that has sustained Christians in England since the 17th Century.

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Hymns Prayers Music Singing Event held in a Church