- Meditations on the 'Seven Last Words of Christ'
15th April, noon - Along with Midday Prayers will be offered at noon in the Fridays of Lent in Wainfleet All Saints' Church
- Holy Week & Easter Services
Visit our events page for more information on services and events during Holy Week and Easter.
Wainfleet All Saints
Choir: rehersals on Wedensday, 7:30pm at the church
Bible Studay: 2nd & 4th Thursdays of each month at the Rectory, 7:00pm
Mothers & Toddlers: Monday, 10:00am
Boys Club: Monday evenings
The Church Tea Shop: serving local community Monday-Saturday
All Saints' Church, Croft
The greenstone church consists of chancel, spacious clerestoried nave, side aisles, porch and western tower carrying six bells. The tower and nave are battlemented, the chancel and aisles plain. There is some 17th and 19th century restoration work, but the style is mainly Decorated and Perpendicular.
The fine Jacobean pulpit and canopy bears the name of Dr. William Worship who gave it in memory of his wife Agnes in 1615. The chancel screen is 15th century with delightful carvings of birds and other creatures. In the chapel in the south aisle is a very early brass half-effigy of a knight in chainmail and tunic. We are a friendly congregation that welcomes all who come to visit or worship with us.
We welcome all correspondance.
Fr. Gary Morgan SSC
Wainfleet St. Mary
Skegness PE24 4JJ