Church of England Diocese of Lincoln West Deeping

St Andrew The Apostle West Deeping

Welcome to  St Andrew's in West Deeping.

We have services most Sundays starting at 11am (Very occasionally we need to change this or provide an alternative type of service, please see the pew sheet or the news page on this website).

Check out what's on and events for more details.  And please get in touch if you would like more details.  You are very  welcome to come and visit our church, 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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Colin Blagrove - Churchwarden

St Andrew's West Deeping
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Holy Communion

Every Every Second, Fourth Sunday at 11 a.m. for 45m

Church Lane
West Deeping

Holy Communion, which is also called the Eucharist, the Lord's Supper or Mass is a service of Word and Sacrament in which the Holy Scriptures are read, prayers are offered, and bread and wine are consecrated and received as the body and blood of Jesus Christ.

Our service at West Deeping, is taken from Common Worship and we use contemporary language, ALL are very welcome.
If you prefer a more traditional service Holy Communion based on the Book of Common Prayer is held at our sister church within the Uffington Group at Greatford every second and fourth Sunday starting at 9am.

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Eucharist/Holy Communion Hymns Event held in a Church

At St Andrew's we celebrated Harvest Festival on Sunday 22nd September. See the news article and photos.

22 Sep 2019, noon