Our Vision We strive to be more FAITHFUL in our discipleship, CONFIDENT in our task of sharing the love of Jesus Christ with people in our community and ever JOYFUL in our worship and all that we do in His service. As caring welcoming churches, we aim to serve, support and encourage each other to proclaim the Gospel of Christ.
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Weekday Morning Prayer - 9.15am via Zoom. Contact us for the link if you wish to join in.
SW = Service of the Word. HC = Holy Communion.
Please note: Group Service at 10am on 3rd & 5th Sundays from July 2021. Our 10am Sunday service at St Leodegar’s is livestreamed via facebook but you may also attend the services in our churches. Please check Worship page and church calendar for variations in services!
Interim Sunday Service Plan:
Sundays
St Michael
St Leodegar
St Mary
1st
9:00 SW
10:00 HC
11:00 SW
2nd
8.30 HC
10:00 SW
11:00 SW
3rd
>>
10:00 SW
<< Group Service
4th
9:00 SW
10:00 SW
11:00 HC
5th
>>
10:00 SW
<< Group Service

WARNING NOTICE!!

There has been a recent increase of lead thefts from church roofs! If you see any suspicious activity near our churches - please dial 999 contacting the Police and also alert a church minister or warden.
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Wyberton with Frampton Churches
For Church Giving / Donations: For Frampton Name: Frampton PCC Sort Code 51-81-08 Account number: 04612396 For Wyberton Name: Wyberton PCC Sort Code 40-12-30 Account number: 71590154
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Covid 19 Guidance Although social distancing measures and face coverings are no longer required by law, the incumbent may still make decisions to retain some or all of these measures if they believe doing so is important for safety in their building, or if they judge that it will help people to feel more secure in returning to worship and other uses of the building. NHS Track & Trace use still recommended Although it is no longer be a legal requirement to wear a face covering, the government has stated that it “expects and recommends” that people wear face coverings in crowded and enclosed settings to protect themselves and others. Churches may well decide to continue to ask people to use them and / or to maintain social distancing, especially during busy events.
Where do you see the future of our churches?
RSC Church Categories (8 page extract)
UNHCR (UN Refugee Agency) estimate there are almost 2.5 million registered refugees from Afghanistan - the largest protracted refugee population in Asia and the second-largest refugee population in the world’. The ARAP (Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy) scheme is for around an estimated 5000 Afghans who are current or former locally employed staff (e.g. interpreters, embassy guards) who are assessed to be under serious threat to life and their families. The Afghanistan Citizens’ Resettlement Scheme is a new scheme that will welcome 5,000 Afghan citizens in year one, with up to a total of 20,000 in the long term. It is aimed at those most in need who have been forced to flee Afghanistan, including women, girls and children at risk given their particular vulnerability. Toolkit for supporting Afghhan Refugees Welcome Churches Network
NEW… A ‘Bird and Bat’s Eye’ view of St Mary’s Church Frampton available now via player link on Frampton Guide page! With grateful thanks to creator Chris Crisford of High Up Drone Services.
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for Wyberton and Frampton

in the Diocese of Lincoln

Quick Links:
For Church Calendar additions or amendments: Please contact either John Marshall, Mike Sharp or Revd Sudharshan.
Please report any broken links to the Site Editor - thank you!
Our Vision We strive to be more faithful in our discipleship, confident in our task of sharing the love of Jesus Christ with people in our community and ever joyful in our worship and all that we do in His service. As caring welcoming churches, we aim to serve, support and encourage each other to proclaim the Gospel of Christ.

News And Events

Wyberton and

Frampton Church

& Community

Wyberton with Frampton

For Church Giving / Donations:
For Frampton Name: Frampton PCC Sort Code 51-81-08 Account number: 04612396
For Wyberton Name: Wyberton PCC Sort Code 40-12-30 Account number: 71590154
In need of prayer support?
Tap or click praying hands to send a confidential prayer request.
Resourcing Sustainable Church
Where do you see the future of our churches?
Please note: Group Service at 10am on 3rd & 5th Sundays from July 2021. Our 10am Sunday service at St Leodegar’s is livestreamed via facebook but you may also attend the services in our churches. Please check Worship page & calendar for variations in services!
RSC Church Categories (Appendices Extract)
Interim Sunday Service Plan:
Sundays
St Michael
St Leodegar
St Mary
1st
9:00 SW
10:00 HC
11:00 SW
2nd
8.30 HC
10:00 SW
11:00 SW
3rd
>>
10:00 SW
<< Group Service
4th
9:00 SW
10:00 SW
11:00 HC
5th
>>
10:00 SW
<< Group Service
Covid 19 Guidance Although social distancing measures and face coverings are no longer required by law, the incumbent may still make decisions to retain some or all of these measures if they believe doing so is important for safety in their building, or if they judge that it will help people to feel more secure in returning to worship and other uses of the building. NHS Track & Trace use still recommended Although it is no longer a legal requirement to wear a face covering, the government has stated that it “expects and recommends” that people wear face coverings in crowded and enclosed settings to protect themselves and others. Churches may decide to continue to ask people to use them and / or to maintain social distancing, especially during busy events.
UNHCR (UN Refugee Agency) estimate there are almost 2.5 million registered refugees from Afghanistan - the largest protracted refugee population in Asia and the second-largest refugee population in the world’. The ARAP (Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy) scheme is for around an estimated 5000 Afghans who are current or former locally employed staff (e.g. interpreters, embassy guards) who are assessed to be under serious threat to life and their families. The Afghanistan Citizens’ Resettlement Scheme is a new scheme that will welcome 5,000 Afghan citizens in year one, with up to a total of 20,000 in the long term. It is aimed at those most in need who have been forced to flee Afghanistan, including women, girls and children at risk given their particular vulnerability. Toolkit for supporting Afghhan Refugees Welcome Churches Network
NEW… A ‘Bird and Bat’s Eye’ view of St Mary’s Church Frampton available now via player link - on Frampton Guide page! With grateful thanks to creator Chris Crisford of High Up Drone Services.