Weather conditions update. Because of the poor weather the coffee shop will be closed today (Thursday) and the scheduled lunchtime Organ recital has been postponed. The Minster will be open today for the 11am Eucharist.
The W.E.A. Grimsby Branch Saturday Lecture due on Saturday 3rd March 2018 is Re-Scheduled to 28th April 2018.
Please remember and pray for those who are affected adversely by the cold weather.
We are the parish church at the heart of Grimsby
“North East Lincolnshire is a wonderful place to live and work; Grimsby Minster is at the heart of our borough, geographically and spiritually. As part of the Church of England, Grimsby Minster offers a wide range of Sunday and weekday services drawing on a strong choral tradition to enhance the worship. As the Civic Church for North East Lincolnshire we host many of the Civic Services marking important events in the life of our region.
As you visit at our website, we hope that you to learn more, be attracted to visit us, and understand that you are welcome to use this church for education, study, conference, commerce, recreation, rest and worship. We look forward to meeting you.”
Canon Andrew Dodd, Rector of Grimsby
Lent, Holy Week & Easter
Lent this year starts on Ash Wednesday 14th February. We have a leaflet with all our service, suggested reading and information about Christian Aid’s ‘Count Your Blessings’ resources. You can find it at Lent Leaflet 2018.
More information to help you through lent can be found at #Livelent on the Church of England website.
Values, Mission & Vision
Our life together is rooted and nurtured by our values, which equips us to speak of God in all that we do. Grimsby Minster has thought carefully about how we express our values in our Mission statement and how we can share our diocesan vision to be a “healthy, vibrant and sustainable church, transforming lives in greater Lincolnshire”. If you would like to know more about our mission, vision and values please see our vision poster.