|Welcome to the Minster Church of St Mary, Stow in Lindsey, the Stow Group of Churches and the Friends of Stow Minster.
Click on this link to listen to Revd Nicola’s sermon on the 24th May
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CORONAVIRUS – IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The Stow Group Parish Magazine for May is now available. Visit our Parish Magazine page.
Revds Helen, Gillian and Nicola have got their heads together and would like to suggest that a 24 hours of prayer will be held between Ascension Day and Pentecost (a period that has become known for the Thy Kingdom Come ‘movement’ and a special time for prayer) so it is suggested we hold it on Thursday 28th and Friday 29th May. Revd. Nicola keeps a list to record wh0 is doing what hours and this is already open so do start emailing her to book your time!
Will you volunteer to take a time slot please? If so – please contact Rev’d Nicola on 01522 702427 or email her Nicola.email@example.com so that we can make sure that we have at least one person praying during every hour one of the 24 hours! By being in touch we will also be able to share resources and ideas with you as well.
God bless and we look forward to hearing from you.
CORONAVIRUS – IMPORTANT INFORMATION – please read our coronavirus page about the impact the current national epidemic is having on the life of the parish. Resources and guidance for private prayer and devotions are to be found on our Services page.
Please note that in line with national guidance Stow Minster is closed for worship, private prayer and to visitors. The Post Office within the Minster will continue to provide an essential service though this is subject to change. Please see our Post Office page for details.
For many centuries Stow has been a small country village, but its origins lie at the heart of the Christian mission and ministry to North Lincolnshire and the ancient Kingdom of Lindsey.
Traditionally, a Minster was a Church which provided both a worshipping heart and an administrative centre from which Christian ministers and missionaries were sent out to the local countryside and villages.
Stow Minster remarkably still has such a worshipping heart and a desire to serve whilst being considered by many to be amongst the best tourist sites and visitor attractions in Lincolnshire.
In addition to St Mary’s, the Stow Group of Churches, in the Diocese of Lincoln, includes St Helen, Willingham by Stow; St Edith, Coates by Stow; and St Peter, Torksey, all medieval foundations, with their own fascinating history. We also care for the now dual purpose Victorian Mission Church of St Hugh, Sturton by Stow.
Enjoy Stow , We are here for you. Why don’t you come inside?
You are very welcome.