St Andrew's Church, Cranwell 

Surrounded by its beautiful, historic and thousand year old churchyard, the ancient Parish Church of Saint Andrew lies in the centre of Cranwell Village. The Grade One listed church is one of the oldest in Lincolnshire. Cranwell was in existence when King Canute invaded through the Humber and became a "war prize" granted to Ulf, one of King Canute's generals. Little remains of the early Saxon church, but the Norse Viking gravestones now displayed in the church stem from that time and there is a beautiful arcade of Norman arches.

Services

Sunday

Holy Communion or Morning Prayer

11:00am

 

 

 

Thursday

 Holy Communion or Morning Prayer

9:00am

 

Contacts 

Rector Rev. Canon Christine Pennock01526 832463    
Churchwardens Mr Trevor Bush01400 262578
  Mrs Lynn Smith01400 261917 
 Reader Naomi Smith01400 262133
 Lay Minister Jane Hansford01400 261675

St Andrews - Cranwell