St Thomas of Canterbury Greatford

The next service in our church dedicated to St Thomas of Canterbury, Greatford will be on Sunday 14th January, 2024 at 9am - A Service of Morning Prayer lasting approximately forty five minutes, the service will be led by Geoff Radley and will follow a traditional format taken from the Book of Common Prayer. 

You will receive a very warm welcome from the churchwardens Bridget and Donna and their deputies Nigel and Lois and the regular congregation of St Thomas!

Coffee and Tea will be served after the service, please stay and introduce yourself if you are new, All are Welcome!

The Parish Contact for Greatford is:

Lois Webb - [email protected]

St Thomas of Canterbury and most other churches in our group are open daily for quiet prayer, should for any reason St Thomas be closed, please contact Lois or Fr Aran and they will find a way to meet your needs.

Carole continues to produce a pew sheet to help our prayers throughout the week. If you know anyone who would like to receive this then let us know and we can add them to our list. 

Get in touch

Mrs Lois Webb - PCC Secretary

St Thomas of Canterbury

Mrs Lois Webb
01778 560437
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BCP Holy Communion at 9:00am

Monthly. Every Fourth Sunday at for 1 hour
St Thomas of Canterbury Greatford
Main Street Greatford Stamford, PE9 4QA, United Kingdom

This service is a celebration of Holy Communion based on the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) 1662 and 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.

The solemn nature of the words and actions help us to connect with ancient traditions.
The Service is usually led by our Priest, Fr Aran Beesley and if you are visiting us for the first time, please introduce yourself to him at the end of the service, he will be delighted to chat with you.

If you are new to this style of worship or unfamiliar with the language, then let us put you at ease. We have tried to include sufficient instructions to help you take part in the service. Feel free to sit rather than standing or kneeling if this is more comfortable.

All who have been baptised in a Trinitarian church and who would normally receive communion are invited to receive at this church.
If you are not baptised, or if for any reason you do not wish to receive communion today, please come forward bringing this booklet, and you will be given an individual blessing.

However you join in, we pray that you sense the presence and love of God.

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