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    Groups in the Burgh Benefice

    Junior Church: This takes palce on Sundays during the Eucharist and all children are welcome.

    Mothers’ Union: There is an active Mothers’ Union which meets in the Choir Vestry of the Church on the second Wednesday of each month at 2.00pm

    Bell Ringing: There is a peal of eight bells and these are usually rung on Sunday mornings from 9.00-9.30am. Practice night is Wednesdays from 7.30pm- 9.00pm

    Choir: There is an adult choir of men and ladies. They sing at both services on Sundays. Choir practice is on Thursdays at 7.00pm in Church.

    Church/Community Tea Room: It is open Mon,Tue,Wed,Fri & Sat from 9.00am-4.00pm and on Thursdays from 1.00pm until 4.00pm, Childrens Centre, Burgh

St Michael's & All Angels, Edenham

St Peter's, Gunby

This is a small parish of under 20 souls. The Church is in the grounds of Gunby Hall (owned by the National Trust, and formerly the home of the Massingberds) but the Church is still the village church and maintained by local people. It has a peal of 5 bells which were restored in 2000. It is the third church on the site and there are Medieval brasses.

The Church is open when the gardens of Gunby Hall are open, at other times the key is available from the Hall.

To gain entry take a turning off the Gunby roundabout signposted Gunby Hall and park in the courtyard or car park. Then make your way through the grounds to the church.

Services:

4th Sunday of the Month: 2:30pm - Evensong or Eucharist

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Meet the Team

  • Canon Terry Steele, Rector & Rural Dean
  • Mrs Nora Cole, Reader Emeritus
  • Mr Chris Inkley, Reader in Training
  • Mr Peter Gunner, Local Minister
  • Mr Chris Forrest, Churchwarden



Contact Us

If you have any questions about any aspect of this website, or to arrange a meeting with Fr Terry, contact him at:

Rector & Rural Dean

Canon Terry Steele,
The Rectory
Glebe Rise
Burgh-le-Marsh
Skegness, PE24 5BL
01754 810216

Fr Terry Steele
father.terry@btclick.com

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