Here you will find out about our parishes, our services and our activities.

We are a group of Church of England (Anglican) Parishes in the South Wold Deanery, part of the Diocese of York seeking to share the love of God in our communities and provide a warm welcome to everyone.

The group is made up of two Church of England parishes and three church buildings:-

St John the Baptist Stamford Bridge and All Saints’ Low Catton which are both in the parish of Stamford Bridge with Catton and Scoreby 

St Peter & St Paul Scrayingham which is in the parish of Scrayingham with Leppington

Our Ministers

           

Revd. Fran Wakefield  Rector

Revd. Maggy Ellison  Part-time Associate Priest in the benefice and has particular responsibility for St Peter and St Paul's Scrayingham.   

Revd. Dr Gavin Wakefield  Director of Training and Missional in the Diocese of York.

Our latest notice sheet can be found here  

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For our diary including forthcoming events click on 

Weekly readings and prayers can be found by clicking on  

Renewal and Reform, LYCIG and Deanery Development 

Why they're at at the centre of what we do as Parishes, Deanery and Diocese, and how they are linked.

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Morning prayers:
Tuesday & Thursday at 9.00, St John’s
Tues, 20 Sept: 19.30 Home Group
Weds, 21 Sept: 10.00 Little Lights, St John’s
 – for pre-school children and their carers.
Thurs, 22 Sept: 11.00 Holy Communion – Beaumont Manor;
14.00 Mothers’ Union – Station Club
Fri, 23 Sept: 19.30 Spark – Youth Rooms
 

Sunday September 25 Trinity 19

9.00 Holy Communion, All Saints’, Catton
10.45 Holy Communion, St John the Baptist, Stamford Bridge

Please note the later start time. Revd Fran will be involved in laying a wreath at the Battle Memorial site at 10.00.
In order to allow members of the congregation to attend this event, we will start the service a little later ~10.45am to give everyone chance to get back in time. In addition, coffee will be served in St John's from ~10.15.


Morning prayers:
Tuesday & Thursday at 9.00, St John’s
Tues, 27 Sept: 19.30 St John’s PCC
Weds, 28 Sept: 10.00 Little Lights, St John’s – for pre-school children and their carers.
Thurs, 29 Sept: 11.00 Holy Communion – Beaumont Manor; 14.00 Mothers’ Union – Station Club
Fri, 30 Sept: Young people’s groups
Sun, 2 Oct: 8.00 Holy Communion; 10.30 Harvest Festival Service, St John the Baptist, Stamford Bridge

 


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