Welcome to our Churches

 

St Matthew, Skegness

St Clement, Skegness

St Mary, Winthorpe

St Peter & Paul, Ingoldmells

St Nicholas, Addlethorpe

 

Christmas Services 2015

Christmas Eve

Carols round the Crib

4pm - St Peter & Paul Ingolmells

6pm - St Matthews Skegness

6pm - St Clements Skegness

Lessons & Carols

7pm - St Marys Winthorpe

Communion Service

11.30pm - St Matthews Skegness

Christmas Day

10am St Matthews Skegness

 

 

Children & Families Chaplaincy Click here for details of Messy Church events

St Clement's Community Hall

(Off Lincoln Road)

Available for your community event or family party

To book contact the Parish Office

01754 763 875

 

St Peter's Community Hall,

Village Centre, Ingoldmells

Available for your community event or family party

To book contact Eddie
01754 871167

 

St. Peter and Paul St Clement, Skegness St Mary, Winthorpe St Peter & Paul, Ingoldmells St Matthew, Skegness St Nicholas, Addlethorpe

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Messy Church

Messy Church

Some Saturdays: see News

4.00pm -6.00pm - St. Matthew's Church

Worship & Fun for all the family

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What the Church is about

Our mission is to be a people centred church pointing to the distinctive Christian hope and striving to offer opportunities for worship, facilitate community activity, and encourage spiritual development; being open in our approach to issues, welcoming of all sections of the community, and active in seeking solutions to need.

 

Contact us at:

The Parish Office

for Skegness, Winthorpe, Ingoldmells & Addlethorpe

01754 763 875

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

For more info go to NEWS

To arrange a baptism or a wedding go to Parish Office

Contact us by email at:

info@SkegnessAnglican.org.uk

Spirituality as a life style

Finding meaning and purpose in your life

Diocese of Lincoln: Home Page

The Church of England: A Christian presence in every community

Lincolnshire Chaplaincy Services

What is a Church? A place of hospitality: where faith is nurtured, where people can meet, where there is spiritual refreshment. A place of prayer: where we offer our life, where we offer our concerns, where we find support. A place of community: we pray that people may be drawn by hospitality to find friendship, care and support.  Worship is a shared activity: an upward relationship with God, and an outward relationship with other people.  Worship is not a solitary thing, it works better when it is done with other people.

What does the Church offer you?

A warm welcome, spiritual worship, an open Church, and support : for bereaved people, for people at work, for people at hospital, and for children at school.