News and Comment

PUBLIC WORSHIP RESUMES AT ST NICHOLAS KEYINGHAM

Though there are no longer any statutory restrictions affecting public worship, we are advancing cautiously in consultation with the local congregation. Communion remains in one kind, most people prefer to wear masks and to keep their distance. We are now allowed to sing, provided that people are happy with this.
The Church of England Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidance for Churches web page continues to be updated for guidance as the situation develops.         

BENEFICE NEWSLETTER

The Benefice Newsletter The Edge for September 2021 is available for download here. It includes a list of all services in the various churches.

ANDREW MARVELL 400

The 31st March marked the 400th anniversary of the birth of the poet Andrew Marvell at Winestead-in-Holderness. The relevance of his experience of living through the Second Plague Pandemic to our current situation is outlined in an article here.

CHILDREN'S SOCIETY BOXES

A reply has now been received from The Children's Society regarding box collection in 2021. They intend to send out the relevant documentation and request for collection at some point after Easter. If your box is in need of emptying, bring it to church, the contents will be paid in and recorded, and the box will be returned to you. Alternatively, leave a message using the Contact page, and it can be collected.