Boothby Pagnell’s Parish Church is St Andrew’s.
There is a tapestry hanging in the church which was made by residents of the village and represents many aspects of life in the village. It was conceived to mark the Millennium though it was not completed and displayed until 2005.
To see a larger picture of the tapestry click here
To see a sketch of the churchyard layout click here
To see a leaflet giving the history of the Church click here
To link to a page about the work of Nathaniel Hitch at St Andrew's Church, as researched by Gordon Lawson, click here.
The services for St Andrew’s and all the other services taking place within the North Beltisloe Group are shown on the Group website:
NEW BELLS ARRIVE
St Andrew's has taken delivery of a new set of bells. We have a lovely set of photos to show the arrival and installation of the bells. Click here to see the photos and a description of the installation.
The first full peal was rung on the bells on 17th October 2009.
Click here for a link to the Lincolnshire Bell Ringers website.
Minutes of the 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008 AGMs and PCC meetings up to January 2013 are now available online. Click here to see the minutes or use the link on the left. Financial statements for the PCC and the Friends of St Andrews for 2010, 2009, 2008 and 2007 are also available from the above link. To return to this page click the back arrow on your browser.
To see a copy of the Codicil to the Diocesan Regulations for the graveyard please click here.