New to Fotheringhay?

A warm welcome to you if you are a new resident in the village or a visitor.

The church is currently undergoing extensive repair work, thanks to the generosity of grant making bodies and benefactors. Our builders have ensured that we are still able to use the building for worship.  However, for safety reasons, it is currently closed to visitors from Monday to Friday.

On the first and third Sundays of the month we celebrate Holy Communion at 10.15am. At 6pm on the second Sunday there is a gentle service of Compline. Although there is no service on the fourth Sunday at Fotheringhay, you might like to attend a service at one of the other churches in the benefice.

This church has particular historical interest, being the birthplace of Richard III, and the place where Mary Queen of Scots was beheaded. We mark the significant events of Richard III's  birth on 2nd Oct 1452, and Queen Mary's death on 8th Feb 1587.

Many couples have been attracted to this awesome, historic church, as a venue for their wedding.




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