New Rector for Wainfleet parishes

The new Rector for the Wainfleet Parishes will be Father Gary Morgan SSC presently Vicar of Kirton in Holland. Father Gary will be Instituted and Inducted by the Bishop of Richborough and the Archdeacon of Lincoln on Friday January 23rd at 7.30pm in All Saints Church, Croft . Services at present continue according to the usual pattern with two Eucharists each Sunday. Services are taken by priests who are part of the See of Richborough
For all enquiries until January 23rd please contact the Rural Dean - Canon Terry Steele.

Contact Fr Terry

Rural Dean:

The Rev'd Canon T. Steele
The Rectory
Glebe Rise
Skegness  PE24 5BL
01754 810216

Welcome to the Wainfleet Group of Parishes

The parishes of Wainfleet All Saints, Wainfleet St. Mary, Croft and Thorpe St. Peter comprise the Wainfleet Group of Parishes in the Deanery of Calcewaithe and Candleshoe in the Diocese of Lincoln.  As four rural parishes situated on the Wash in south eastern Lincolnshire, each is quite distinct in history, tradition and character. 

All four parishes have passed Resolutions A, B and C, and are under the pastoral and sacramental care of the Bishop of Richborough, The Rt. Revd. Norman Banks.  The worship at all four parishes is Eucharist-centred, utilizing Common Worship Order 1. 

Our common mission: To enable people to be part of the worshipping community and to know God.

All Saints' Church, Wainfleet All Saints
All Saints' Church, Parish of Wainfleet All Saints

The church gives a feeling of openness, light and space.  It is a place of daily prayer and service for God and the community. 

You are welcome as a friend and fellow traveller.

St Mary's Church, Wainfleet St Mary
St Mary's Church, Parish of Wainfleet St Mary
In its origins, traditions and practice, St. Mary’s has always been known as ‘High Church,’ and therefore has a rich, Anglo-catholic tradition.  Enter the churchyard by the lych-gate and experience its unique peace and tranquillity.

St Peter's Church, Thorpe St Peter
St Peter's Church, Parish of Thorpe St Peter

The name Thorpe was originally quoted in the Domesday book as ‘Torp’ which is Anglo-Saxon for a village or homestead.  The Church seeks to be at the heart of this community.  You are welcome as a friend and we hope you enjoy your visit to this special place.

All Saints' Church, Croft
All Saints' Church, Parish of Croft
The greenstone church consists of chancel, spacious clerestoried nave, side aisles, porch and western tower carrying six bells. We are a friendly congregation that welcomes all who come to visit or worship with us.