St Mary and St Nicholas
South Kelsey's Parish Church is dedicated to both St Mary and St Nicholas; there used to be a second church, St Nicholas, in our small village, and we still use St Nicholas' churchyard. We have two services a month and other events - concerts go especially well in our building which is surprisingly large for such a small community. It is a lovely venue for weddings and baptisms. Everyone is welcome at all our services and events, and we particularly enjoy singing hymns old and new, listening to music, and gathering for tea and cake.
In most months we have a service of Evening Worship at 6pm on the second Sunday, and a 9am Communion Service on the fourth.
St John the Baptist
St Martin's is a pretty rural church hidden away up church lane in our small village. We have a monthly service, which is usually Communion, and you will be made most welcome.
North Kelsey is the largest village in the Kelsey Group, not far from Caistor and the Lincolnshire Wolds. Everyone is welcome to join us at All Hallows for our twice-monthly services and our monthly Coffee Mornings.
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