All Saints Church - East Winch
Find the church here:-
Post Code PE32 1JZ
Grid Reference TF 69091625
You may contact the local members of our ministry team,
Nell Steele 840814; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org), or
Amanda Hart 841236: e-mail email@example.com or
Rev’d Riaz tel 841519: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
CHURCH OPENING HOURS
Outside of service times the Church is not routinely open in the winter months. However, if you would like to enter please phone Wendy (842281) or Janet (840510) to make arrangements.
During the period when BST is in operation the church is open each Saturday.
If you have any views about when the church is open or not, please let Nell know. (840814.
East Winch (All Saints) with West Bilney (St. Cecilia) are part of the
See more about the pastoral team and the other churches of the MIDDLEWINCH BENEFICE
Since April 2016 a Family Service is held at the Village Hall at 10.30am on the second Sunday of each month.
Changes to these arrangements are sometimes necessary, so before attending please check here for confirmation of dates and times of all services
A GUIDE around the church and something of its history may be seen here
Extracts from the NADFAS records of All Saints, including some photographs, may now be seen here.
Read about NADFAS here
NADFAS is now known as
The Arts Society
May 2017:- Lead covering the roofs of the north and south aisles has been stolen. More about this here
Many people may have noticed that the church is no longer floodlit at night, and may have wondered why this is so. The simple fact is that the lighting units have been stolen!
It is believed that the lights were stolen on the 27th. February 2014. The power cables were cut and the units removed from the stands.
Should you know anything that might be relevant to this theft, perhaps you noticed a vehicle parked outside the church, or in the car park, that day, or saw some people in the churchyard, please contact us and we will pass on the information to the PCC and the police.
Update - May 2014. As at May 6th. 2014 it is understood that though the lights are covered by the PCC's insurance policy, a £500 excess applies; that is to say that the PCC has to fund the first £500 of a claim. The PCC has taken no decision about replacing the stolen lights.
ALL SAINTS CHURCHYARD RECORDS SHOWING AN INDEX OF BURIALS, A PLAN OF THE CHURCHYARD WITH GRAVES MARKED AND NUMBERED, A RECORD OF MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS AND MEMORIALS IN THE CHURCH -