Churches don't come more rural than All Saint's, Stroxton. Situated several hundred yards across a field but with unspolit views of the beautiful Lincolnshire countryside this is a place of tranquility! Originally built in the 12th and 13th centuries, the chancel of this parish chuch was restored, enlarged, and partly rebuilt in 1874-75 by Charles Kirk. It is a building of stone in the Norman and Early English styles and the church is grade II* listed building. The Hamlet of Stroxton consists of 15 just households with the church up a stone track on the right of the main road through the village (if coming from Grantham).
Due to the remotness (lack of heating and water!) the church only has services in the summer months.
Our services include:
Holy Communion on Easter Morning
A traditional, Book of Common Prayer, unsung Evensong on the first Sunday of the Summer months at 6pm.
Harvest Festival in October, after which the Church is closed until..
Christmas Carol Service
Please visit the calandar on this site for up to date information on services
If you would like a baptism service, please visit-https://www.wggv-churches.org.uk/contact-us/baptisms/
If you would like to get married at All Saints, please visit-https://www.wggv-churches.org.uk/contact-us/weddings/
For all other enquiries contact either:
Churchwardens: Mrs Betty Madge, Pond Cottage, Stroxton
or Denny -http://email@example.com