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Most Sundays these are as follows:

9.30am St Matthew, Skegness
Sung Eucharist

Refreshments follow


11.00am St Mary, Winthorpe 
Holy Communion

1st Sunday of Month

11.00am St Nicholas, Addlethorpe
2nd Sunday in the month

11.00am St Peter & Paul, Ingoldmells
Holy Communion

3rd Sunday in the month

11.00am St Clement, Skegness
Holy Communion
Refreshments in St. Clement's Hall from 10.15am

4th Sunday of the month

5 April Easter Sunday
6.00am St Mary’s Church, Winthorpe, Service of Light
and First Eucharist of Easter, followed by breakfast
9.30am St Matthew’s Church, Skegness, Sung Eucharist
11.00am St Clement’s Church, Skegness, Holy Communion
11.00am St Peter & St Paul Church, Ingoldmells, Holy Communion
11.00am St Nicholas Church, Addlethorpe, Holy Communion


Messy Church

Some Saturdays:


Worship & Fun for all the family

11 April 2015 4.00-6.00pm

St Matthew's Church

The theme is Love the World


Messy Church



The Parish Office
for Skegness, Winthorpe, Ingoldmells & Addlethorpe

01754 763875
St. Matthew's Church, Lumley Avenue,
Skegness, Lincolnshire PE25 2AT

for more info go to NEWS

Contact us by email at:


St Clement's Community Hall

A great place for a special event
To book, telephone 01754 763875 between 9am - Noon
Good Car Parking, all facilities


New Horizons

If you have suffered bereavement and feel you need to talk in confidence,

then this group could be for you.

We meet at St Clement's Community Hall, Church Road North,

on the third Thursday of the month from 2.00pm until 3.30pm.

You can chat to people who will offer support and comfort.


Memorial Services

Memorial ServicesA memorial service is held three times a year, January, May and September in St Matthew's Church at 6pm.  The next service will be held on Sunday May 10 2015

This is an opportunity to remember loved ones who have died recently and those we wish to remember,perhaps birthday memories, thanksgiving of the life, anniversary of the death. 

You are invited to light a candle as we pray for the deceased by name.

The service is welcoming, there is an opportunity after the service to stay, have a chat or join others in light refreshments.

Please go to forhcoming events for the dates of the service or pop into church for a newsletter.


Toddler's Group

Tuesdays at 2.00pm to 3.00pm in St Matthew's Church Community Gateway

Get together with your friends, Mums, Dads, and grandparents.

Games, songs, trips, activities, and refreshments all in one place.

And still time to collect the older ones from school. Term Time Only


Monday – Friday
9.00am St Matthew, Skegness
Morning Prayer

Monday 30

10.00am Alford Crematorium
Funeral: John Longdon
Reader Linda Allaway
3.00pm Alford Crematorium
Funeral: Violet Clark
Reverend Christine Anderson

7.00pm St Peter & St Paul, Ingoldmells
Meditation – Reader Jean Smith

Tuesday 31
7.00pm St Matthew, Skegness
Skegness Singers Rehearsal

7.00pm St Clement, Skegness
Meditation – Reader Linda Allaway

Wednesday 1
2.00pm Alford Crematorium
Funeral: Melvyn Revill
Reader Jean Smith

3.30pm St Matthew, Skegness
Holy Matrimony - Charles Hodgson & Penny Hepburn
Reverend Christine Anderson

7.00pm St Mary, Winthorpe
Stations of the Cross – Reverend Christine Anderson

Maundy Thursday 2

7.00pm St Matthew, Skegness
Holy Communion with washing of feet and Last Watch until
10.00pm – Reverend Julie Donn

Good Friday 3
9.00am St Matthew, Skegness
Watch continues
11.00am Walk of Witness starting at St Matthew’s Church

2.00pm St Matthew, Skegness
Last Hour with Holy Communion – Reverend Julie Donn


Forthcoming Events

There will be a coffee morning with

an Easter Bonnet competition

on Tuesday April 7th

at St Matthew’s Church


The next Messy Church

planning meeting

is on 22 April

and the next Messy Church

is on 11 April (4pm-6pm),

when the theme is Love the World

Mothers Union meet again

on Tuesday 7 April

at St Clement’s Community Hall.

Speaker is Janet Dewey






Did you know?

that after East Lindsey District Council, the Church is the agency with the largest number of people working in the local community.

…that the Church is in contact with far more people than the weekly attendance figures indicate