Most Sundays these are as follows:
1st Sunday of Month 11.00am St Matthew, Skegness Group service
Sung Eucharist
Refreshments Follow

St. Matthew, Skegness
Sunday 11.00am
Sung Eucharist or Morning Prayer
Refreshments Follow

Thursday 10.30am
Holy Communion

St. Mary, Winthorpe
Sunday 9.30 am (2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th Sunday in the month only)
Holy Communion or Morning Prayer
Refreshments follow

St. Nicholas, Addlethorpe
Sunday 11.00am (4th Sunday in the month only)
Holy Communion or Morning Prayer

St. Peter & Paul, Ingoldmells
Sunday 11.00am
Holy Communion (3rd Sunday of the month only)

Wednesday 10.30am Cafe Church & Holy Communion

St. Clement, Skegness
Sunday 9.30 a.m (2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th Sunday in the month only)
Holy Communion or Morning Prayer

Tuesday: 10.30 a.m
Holy Communion


Coronavirus (COVID-19) update:

Due to the current Health risk there will be NO CHURCH SERVICES until further notice in ANY of our Churches. All Church Group meetings are also cancelled until further notice.

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A message from Richard

This is uncharted territory for all of us with all our services being cancelled and all our groups stopped and life effectively put on hold until some unspecified time in the future. We are however still the church wherever we are and although we may not be gathering together for worship it is very much a time to “be” the church.
We are called to be a people of love and a people of prayer and more than ever that is what is needed. Let’s pray for each other and for our country, I have written a short prayer above which you may want to say on Sunday at 7pm.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has encouraged us to light a candle and to say a prayer this Sunday at 7pm.
Put the candle in your front window and let it be a symbol of the light of Christ shining in the darkness.
Love is a verb and it is something we have to do. We are called to love God and one another.
We can respond to God in prayer but we also need to show our love for each other and our friends and neighbours. How can we do this when we are told to separate ourselves and families to reduce the threat of infection?
Now is the time to use social media and skype/email/text/whatsapp/facebook etc. and if you haven’t got any of that or if it is daunting to do that then phone one another. Let your friends in the church know you are thinking about them by calling them for a chat.
There is no need to be lonely. If you are having any problems call the church office which will be open between 9 and 12 weekdays as usual and we will do our best to help. We have a God who loves us so let’s reflect His love by loving one another.
Richard Holden
Rector of Skegnes