Church of England Diocese of Lincoln Greatford

These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.

Sunday

Due to COVID.19 Services in the Churches of The Uffington Group are limited to a 9.00am Eucharist

Every Second Sunday at 9 a.m. for 50m

Main Street
Greatford
Stamford

Unfortunately, we are not able to open St Thomas, Greatford for private prayer at this time, for practical and safety reasons.

We will keep you informed about how and when this will change.

The nearest Church Open for Private Worship daily, Monday to Sunday from 8.00am to 6pm is St Andrew’s West Deeping. St Michjael and All Angel’s in Uffington is also open daily from 10.00am to 4pm

There is a weekly on line service for prayer and worship, please contact Fr Aran Tel. 07590 005905 or via email
[email protected]

If you have any needs for support that you think we might be able to help with, or simply want someone to talk to, please get in touch with Fr Aran

Prayers will be said daily by Fr Aran on behalf of everyone in our parishes.

Please, if you need help at all or are feeling anxious please call or text Fr Aran Tel. 07590 055905.

We will endeavour to update this notice as the situation develops,

A traditional service of Holy Communion with hymns and a short sermon, using traditional language, based on the book of common prayer. Coffee and Biscuits are served after the service and all are very welcome

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Prayers Music Hymns Singing Organ Book of Common Prayer Refreshments Eucharist/Holy Communion Event held in a Church

This Sunday 12th July a Eucharist Service will be held at Greatford at 09.00am

In March, April, May. Every Fourth Sunday at 6 p.m. for 1h

Main Street
Greatford
Stamford

This Sunday 12th July a Eucharist Service will be held at Greatford at 09.00am

Please reserve your place with Lois on [email protected]

Prayers will be said daily by Fr Aran on behalf of everyone in our parishes.

Please, if you need help at all or are feeling anxious please call or text Fr Aran Tel. 07590 055905.

We will endeavour to update this notice as the situation develops,

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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Prayers Music Hymns Singing Book of Common Prayer Evening Worship/Prayer Event held in a Church