What's On

Here's what's on at Scampton Church, and in the local area...

Pick up the latest Springline 'Information Leaflet' HEREand the Springline e-bulletin HERE

Poster for May 19

New Family Comunion Service

Our NEW FAMILY COMMUNION SERVICE will build on the success and popularity of our monthly family service and will take a similar format.

It will be introduced on Sunday 31st March and presided over by the Rt. Revd. David Court Bishop of Grimsby . Following this introduction then the regular services will be at 4pm starting on Sunday 19th May. This means that we will have two family services a month at Scampton that are modern, unstuffy, easy going and family friendly.

We want children to be welcomed and valued equally, not excluded from this key element of worship, however children must be 7 years or over and be Christened/Baptised.

Q: Who in the church can I discuss this with?    A: Contact Sue info@scamptonchurch.org
Q: What is Communion?    A: Come to the session on the 17th February and find out. In simple terms it is a thanksgiving for Gods gift of Jesus to everyone.
Q: Is my child too young to understand?     A: Experience over the years in the Church of England has shown that children of 7 years and over have sufficient maturity and understanding to participate in Communion.
Q: What if my child is not baptised/christened?     A: This is not a problem. In most cases,  your child can be baptised/christened before the next service.
Q: Don't I have to wait until until my child is confirmed before they can take communion? A: No - The Church of England now allow for children to take communion with the local Bishops permission, and preparation beforehand.
Q: As an adult I'd like to know more myself. How do I do that?     A: Why not come along to the Alpha Course which starts at Scampton School at 7pm on the 11th February.
Churches Festival 2019 header

Love scones? Then you will love travelling around the area visiting some of the many churches that are taking part in the West Lindsey Churches Festival's first ever “Sconeathon!” Come and try some super scones with a difference at Scampton Church.
There will be an exhibition relating to the personal stories of those members of the Royal Flying Corps who served at Scampton Airfield and South Carlton Airfield during WW1 and who lost their lives whilst protecting the country from Zeppelin bombers.
The church is open on Saturday 11th May and Sunday 12th May 10am to 4pm.
Download the full open churches festival programme HERE

Allies in the Air exhibition - POSTER

Weekly Bible Study

Within the Springline Parish we have a weekly bible chat in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere where there is no such thing as a silly question! Feel safe to ask whatever you like and we will do our best to answer from our heart.

Bible coffee chat
Prayer ministry

Weekly Prayer Meeting

A small group of us meets each week to pray for personal, local, national and world issues. If you need prayer, or if you would like to join us in praying for others, either in person or virtually via a 'prayer net', then please contact Sue.