Alford Group of Parishes

Holy Trinity Church, Bilsby

Holy Trinity Church, Bilsby.

Holy Trinity Church, Bilsby.

Services

Second Sunday 11.00 am Mattins (BCP)
Third Sunday 11.00 am Eucharist (CW)
Fourth Sunday 11.00 am Morning Prayer (CW)

When there is a 5th Sunday in the month we attend a Group  Eucharist (CW) at one of the other nominated small churches in the Alford Group.

Welcome to Our Church

We have a beautiful simple Church that serves the people of Bilsby and surrounding area. We offer a welcome to any visitors who are in the area to join us for worship or to attend one of our many planned social events As a Church we actively support local, national and world wide identified causes ensuring that any funds raised get to the heart of the cause with minimum administration costs.
Whoever you are and whatever your background you will be made welcome at our Church. We are family friendly and whilst we have emphasis on traditional worship we are also willing to embrace innovation and modern ways to worship our Lord.

Our Church

Bilsby Holy Trinity Church was built in the 16th century and is made up of a Chancel, Nave, Single Bell Tower and entrance porch. It is grade II* listed and had had a few changes over the years.

Our Church consists of the old Graveyard adjacent to the Church with a later Graveyard behind.
A recent endowment (2014) is enabling us to upgrade the paths round the Church and Graveyard to ensure good disability access.

Come Inside

Recent changes have been made inside to make the Church available for wider community use as a village hall / community centre. We have moved some of the ecclesiastical furniture in the Nave, added a servery and disabled friendly WC, and removed the fixed pews replacing them with chairs that can be moved to open up the main Nave area. Funding for the changes have been made through generous endowments made specifically for the Church upkeep by dedicated local parishioner's past and present.

Local people 'GIVE' Generously - 207 raised for the Alford first Responders and 116 raised for the Alford and District Community Help Fund. Bilsby PCC thank all the local people that supported these worthwhile causes.

We will be having a Christmas Eucharist at 11am on the 21st and all are welcome to come and join us.

Also on December 21st we will be having our popular Carols and mincepies service at 2.30pm.
Please come and join in the festive occasion celebrating Christmas the traditional way.

Pictures

Church Interior looking towards the Altar

Church Interior looking towards the Altar

Showing one side of the Nave set to celebrate a Harvest Lunch

Showing one side of the Nave set to celebrate a Harvest Lunch

Enjoying their Lunch.

Enjoying their Lunch.

The Lectern

The Lectern