About Us

St. Andrew's United Church was formed by a joining of the Anglican, Baptists and Methodist congregations.  

Our worship services are held in St. Andrew's Church.  

The historic Baptist Church has been converted into the Church Halls and is used for Toddler Groups, weekly Fellowship Meetings and other community activities.  The halls are also used as meeting rooms for the church and are available for use by other local organisations or for individual hire.

The Methodist Church buildings (comprising the chapel and attached hall) are no longer used. 


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St. Andrew's Church - the Building 


St. Andrew's in Kirton in Lindsey is a church with a long history. The very name Kirton means 'town of the church' which shows its importance in the area from the 7th century onwards.

There are indications that the earliest church could well have been built on the site of a Roman temple. Certainly the Saxons built their place of worship here, though the remains of this structure are few. In about the year 1200 the original Saxon church was virtually pulled down to be extensively enlarged and rebuilt in the Early English style. This, with additions and renovations over 800 years, is the church seen here today.

More details of the history of St. Andrew's church along with a guide to items of significance around the church can be found in the following leaflet.

'The 800 year old history of St Andrew's Church, Kirton in Lindsey'

You can download this leaflet by clicking on the link above or it is available in St. Andrew's church - all donations to church funds.


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