Services

 Spring 2022 update

Slowly, slowly life is returning to ‘normal’ as we learn to live with this new phase of the pandemic. And yet, Covid rates are still high. Therefore, most people continue to wear masks in church for worship and in small groups. It is a way of caring for those who remain at significant risk of COVID.

All the churches in the area are preparing for a new pattern of ministry as part of the changing vision for the Diocese: Time to Change Together.  Until the new Local Mission Partnerships form, we are sticking with the worship times that we adopted during COVID, which let us support other churches near by who are in vacancy (i.e. churches that don’t have a rector or vicar right now).  We have not yet repainted the main church notice board since we know (and hope) that worship times will shift again once the new group forms. The webpage is therefore always the best place to double check service times. 

Worship Patten

1st  Sunday of the month    
9 am Eucharist, New Waltham
11 am Eucharist, Waltham
afternoon baptisms, Waltham 

2nd  Sunday of the month      
9 am Morning Prayer, Waltham
9 am BCP Holy Communion Ravendale (every 2nd month: Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct, Dec)
11 am Eucharist, Waltham
11 am Eucharist, Humberston
afternoon baptisms, Humberston

3rd Sunday of the month       
9 am Eucharist, New Waltham
11 am Eucharist, Waltham
afternoon baptisms, Waltham

4th Sunday of the month        
9 am Eucharist, Waltham
11 am small Saints, Waltham
11 am Lay Led Service or Eucharist, New Waltham
11 am Eucharist, Humberston + baptisms

5th Sunday of the month        
9 am BCP Holy Communion, Ashby cum Fenby
11 am Eucharist Waltham

At Christmas and Easter, and on Remembrance, the normal worship pattern is likely to change. There will be information here on the web page, and on the Facebook page.

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