St Edmund's Church

Welcome to the pages for Caistor St Edmund Church!

Here you should find more information about our church, its services and its history. 

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We are proud of our church for its Christian mission to our community, for the simplicity of its architecture, its peaceful environment within the Tas Valley and its place in the history of our village.

Why not visit and join us for one of our services or just refresh yourself by enjoying the tranquility and spirituality of the church and its surrounds. The Church is open everyday from about 10am until 4pm (or dusk if sooner)
 
If you would like to find out more about the history of the church, the Roman Town, or St Edmund himself, there is more information in the History section on the right. Do email us on caistor@venta-group.org for more help.

 

 

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Dementia Support Group and Cafe

Tea and coffee is available at 50p/cup, with complimentary biscuits.
The first hour is completely informal when both sufferers and carers meet our volunteers.
During the second hour, the carers who wish to, have the opportunity to discuss all the aspects associated with caring, in a separate room, whilst the volunteers sit with the suffers. All are welcome and no booking or referral is required. 

Parking is available on site

 
Contact Annie for more details - 01508 495580
 

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Praying together at the Vicarage (2 days to go)

 

A Service of Remembrance and Hope (2 days to go)

 

Come for Coffee - and cake too! (3 days to go)

 

Allstars Club (4 days to go)

 

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Latest News/Feature...


Lyn's Sermon from Sunday 4th March

If you were with us in the Church Hall on Sunday 4th you'll remember that our curate Lyn preached a brillliant sermon from 1 Corinthians 2, speaking of the way that Jesus and the crucifixion are good news for us, encouraging us to share, and telling us some of her experience of hearing Billy Graham speak at Carrow Road in the light of his recent death. It is so worth reading again, or catching up with if the snow kept you away: just click on Resources at the top of this page and scroll down...

 

 

More Recent News & Features

Annual Report for 2017 (4 months ago)

 

SUNDAY SERVICES 4TH MARCH UPDATE (4 months ago)

 

Weather Update including Lent breakfast CANCELLED (4 months ago)

 

Our first Allstars Club! (5 months ago)

 

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