St. John the Divine Church Southrey
The little church of St John the Divine at Southrey in Lincolnshire is far from being a typical English country church - more like something that has been transported from New England. Built by the parishioners themselves in 1898, the neat little gabled and belfried timber building was covered in PVC in 1978 to protect the original wood. Recently painted inside in sky blue and re-carpeted, the church now boasts a 5-paned stained glass window to commemorate World War 1 and the sacrifice made by the soldiers and airmen from the village during the last 100 years. Memorials linked to World War 1 within the churchyard have also been restored to their original white state.
Craft, Coffee (and Tea), Cake and Chatter meeting in the church Thursdays: 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm
Do you sometimes wish you could just sit and chatter to someone while sharing a good old fashioned cuppa, or maybe sharing your skills of crocheting, card making, knitting, quilting etc with others? Well, on Thursdays between 2.00 pm and 4.00 pm in St John's church you have a chance to do just that. We have a new activity in the village - so why not come along? Bring and share with us any of the above skills.
9th Knit and Natter 2.00-4.00
12th Communion 9.30 am
16th Knit and Natter 2.00-4.00
18th & 19th West Lindsey Open
Churches Weekend 10.00-4.00
23rd Knit and Natter 2.00-4.00
25,26,27th Open Garden Karoola 11.00-3.00
26th Family Service 9.30 am
29th PCC Meeting Southrey 7.30 pm
1st Working Party at Church 10.00-1.00
6th Knit and Natter 2.00-4.00
9th Communion 9.30 am
13th Knit and Natter 2.00-4.00
20th Knit and Natter 2.00-4.00
23rd Family Service 9.30 am
27th Knit and Natter 2.00-4.00
30th 5th Sunday 10.15 am
Maybe Southrey riverbank
Refreshments are served after most services.