A Prayer for Ukraine
God of peace and justice

we pray for the people of Ukraine today.
We pray for peace and the laying down of weapons.
We pray for all those who fear for tomorrow, that your Spirit of comfort would draw near to them.
We pray for those with power over war or peace, for wisdom, discernment and compassion to guide their decisions.
Above all, we pray for all your precious children, at risk and in fear, that you would hold and protect them.
We pray in the name of Jesus, the Prince of Peace. Amen
Archbishop Justin Welby                               Archbishop Stephen Cottrell

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Father forgive the things we have done which have brought you pain, and also
things that we should have done that would have brought you joy. Help us on our journey
as we follow you on the path to the Cross and may we meet with you in that Holy place

This week we meet with the angry Jesus. He makes a whip of cords and drives
out all those in the Temple selling animals and changing money. He cleanses the Temple of all these people. Jesus was angry that all these things were going on and the injustice of it for the ordinary people. They would go to the Temple to but a sacrifice to offer to God but then they had to change their money from the everyday money to the Temple money. The profane money with the head of the Emperor was not allowed and so they changed it to Temple money but obviously there was a mark up which benefited the money changers and the Temple authorities. These days we have various events in our church buildings in the
hope of raising money but there are also other reasons. We hope to make our
church into a welcoming space for those who are lonely or who want to meet
people and make friends. We have fun. It is part of our way of honouring the command of Christ to “love one another”. Blessings Richard

What's On

This week’s Diary

Monday 4th March Funeral Eileen Hayselden 12 noon St Mary cemetery, (Graveside service)
Tuesday 5 March-Prayer and Discussion 10.30am at St Matthew
Tuesday 5th March Funeral Lydia Cummings 2pm at St Clement
Tuesday 5 March Lent Course 7pm (Session 3)
Wednesday 6 March Pop-in 10.00am-12 noon at St Matthew
Mix and Make Craft group 1.30pm at St Clement Community Hall
Saturday 9 March Messy Church 4pm-6pm at St Clement Community Hall


St Matthew, Skegness* – 11am Holy Communion (Every Sunday)
St Clement, Skegness – No Sunday service
St Peter & St Paul, Ingoldmells – 10.30am Sunday Service (2nd, 3rd and 5th Sunday of the month)
St Nicholas, Addlethorpe – 9.30am Holy Communion (4th Sunday of the month)
St Mary, Winthorpe – Remains closed

Midweek Services:
St Matthew, Skegness* – Tuesday 10.30am Discussion and Prayer (Every Tuesday)
St Clement, Skegness – Tuesday 10.30am Morning Prayer (2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month)

*Live streamed on our Facebook page “Skegness Group of Churches”

Our Mission

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.

Our Vision


Communities supporting one another to grow and flourish in God's love

Community Hall Booking

We have two community halls available to book for your community event or family party.


Skegness Community Hall

Skegness Church Rd N Skegness, Lincolnshire PE25 2QH

To book contact the Parish Office
07425 374 510

St. Peter's Community Hall

High Street Ingoldmells Skegness, Lincolnshire PE25 1NP

To book contact George
(01754) 872348