Our Story

Until 1699, Brigg was only a tiny hamlet, with the Parish Church at Wrawby. As the town began to develop because of the river and increased trade, and to counteract the influence of Non-conformists, land and monies were secured to build a chapel-of-ease.

The 1699 building was smaller than the present church and was in the classical style of architecture, serving the people of Brigg until the 1840’s.  As Brigg expanded a larger church was needed. The present building was erected in 1843, remaining a Chapel-of-ease until 1872 when it was made the parish church.

Today, we continue to worship God faithfully, and serve our community.  As members of the Church of England, we are part of the Diocese of Lincoln, in the Archdeaconary of Stow and Lindsey and the Deanery of Yarborough.

briggmarkettown.co.uk

churchofengland.org

lincoln.anglican.org

 

Our Vision

To be a prayerful, God centred, vibrant and accessible Church worshipping God and serving the community of Brigg.

our prayer

Almighty God,
we pray that our church may be a place where we can encounter You,
grow together, and share Your message with our community;
May we thankfully celebrate our status as Your beloved children.
In the prayerful stillness, form and transform us by Your forgiveness and healing;
and with joyful spirits may we give ourselves in humble service to all.
This we ask in Jesus name.
Amen.

Our Sister Churches

Our group is made up of five churches, each of which offer vary different things, but at the heart of each is our worship of God, or care for one another and a desire to serve our wider communities.

Wrawby1

Saint Mary the Virgin Wrawby

Service times:

Mid-week Eucharist Wednesday's 9 a.m.

First Sunday 8 a.m. Holy Communion

Second Sunday 11 a.m. Parish Eucharist

Third Sunday 11 a.m. Morning Praise

Fourth Sunday 11 a.m. Parish Eucharist

Church Wardens
Peter Dale 408135

Vacant

Safeguarding Officer

Mrs. Clare Slatter 07921 909296

Cadney2

all saints cadney-cum-howsham

Service times:

First Sunday 11 a.m. Parish Eucharist

Third Sunday 11 a.m. Holy Communion

 

 

 

 

 

Church Wardens
Mike Burbidge 678286

Vacant

Safeguarding Officer
Debbie Clarke 678768

Worlaby1

Saint Clements Worlaby

Service times:

Mid-Week Eucharist Tuesday's 9.30 a.m.

Second Sunday 9.30 Morning Praise

Fourth Sunday 9.30 Parish Eucharist

 

 

 

Church Wardens
Maureen Rickwood 618142

Vacant

Safeguarding Officer
Maureen Rickwood 618142

Bonby1

Saint Andrews  Bonby

First Sunday 9.30 Parish Eucharist

Third Sunday 9.30 Morning Praise

 

 

 

 

Church Wardens Pat Johnson-Ross 650196

Carolynne Hannabuss 618141

Safeguarding Officer
Carolynne Hannabuss 618141

come and see...

Anyone would be most welcome to join us at any of our services in any of the churches across the group.  Why not try each of them to see which suits your needs best?