St Denys, Sleaford
Promoting community, Naturing God's gifts for God's world
St Denys' Church was built for the glory of God in the 12th century, although Christians have worshipped here since at least the 12th century. It is a place of great dignity and warmth and the community here seeks to be living, giving and here for all people. The worship of St Denys' very much reflects the diverse nature of the congregation. Some of the services follow the more traditional elements of the liturgy, whilst other services allow for more informal and differing styles of expression. Within the church there are two chapels: St Hugh's and the Lady Chapel. These are often used for special services.
You are invited to join in our services, or if you simply prefer to stop for a moment of thought and reflection. Whether you come to pray for concerns of the world, or loved ones, or if you are simply drawn to admire our magnificent architecture, St Denys' Church is here for you.
Eucharist (1st Sunday BCP),
Evensong & Sermon (3rd Sunday Taize service)
|1st Thursday||Eucharist (Joint with Methodists at St Denys Church)|
|3rd Thursday||Eucharist (Joint with Methodists at Methodist Church)|
Rev'd Philip Johnson
|Churchwarden||Richard Clash||01529 410065|
|Administrator||Paula Ireland||01529 413607|
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There are a number of active church organisations at St Denys' which include: Communicants' Guild, Mothers' Union, St Denys' Wives, Parent & Toddler Group, Flower
arrangers, Handicrafts group, IOU prayer groups, Bell ringers, Choir, House groups, Sunday School and Pastoral visiting.
There are various social events throughout the year and these are organised by several members of the congregation. Events include: Summer Garden Fete Winter Fayre, Jazz concerts, coffee mornings, arts and crafts displays. The church is also host to recitals, concerts, exhibitions, festivals and various cultural events throughout the year. For more information please contact Janet Bailey, the Parish Administrator.