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

Lord Jesus help me to see with your eyes, to see in the stranger a possible friend,
to look with eyes of love at those You love, not to see creed or colour but the uniqueness and beauty of the soul you made. Amen.

St. Matthew’s was open this week from 10am until 12.00 noon on Monday and Tuesday for private prayer. It felt good to be in the church for a while and we had around ten people each day.
We know that we can pray anywhere and at any time but for some people it perhaps feels more powerful or intimate in a sacred space. We have made this space available should people wish to pray in church but we are still very limited in what we can do inside the building.
All our other churches remain closed for the time being in line with all the current advice coming from the Government and the Diocese.
I know that I have mentioned it before but this is a time for prayer wherever we are. This week in particular could I encourage you to pray for other members of our church and for those who have been joining our virtual services. This week let’s pray for ourselves so that we are then better able to pray for others.

Blessings. Richard.