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Our services at St Margaret's this week

Go to our Services page for more information about all that we offer week-by-week.

Dear Folks,

On Wednesday we will have our weekly benefice service of Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer) at 10.30am.  Tea and coffee is served after the service. 

On Sunday 17th December we will have our monthly Shine service at 3pm.  Refreshments will be served after the service.  There will be no service at 9.45am.

And in December do come along and enjoy one or more of our special services to celebrate the birth of Jesus. 

You are welcome.

Bless you

Rev'd Graeme


Crick, Yelvertoft with Clay Coton, and Lilbourne.

Our services

Worship times in the Crick Benefice


St Margaret's, Crick

1st Sunday 9:45am Morning Praise

2nd Sunday 9:45am Holy Communion

3rd Sunday 3pm SHINE!

4th Sunday 9:45am Songs of Praise

5th Sunday 11:15am Benefice Holy CommunionHeld in Crick, Lilbourne or Yelvertoft.  Information about the hosting church will be posted on our What's On page

Wednesday 10:30am Holy Communion (BCP)


1st Sunday 11:15am Holy Communion

2nd Sunday 11:15am Morning Prayer

3rd Sunday 11:15am Songs of Praise

4th Sunday 11:15am All Age service


1st Sunday 9:30am Morning Praise

2nd Saturday 3pm S.A.I.L

2nd Sunday 9:30am Morning Praise

3rd Sunday 9:30am Holy Communion

4th Sunday 6pm Evensong (BCP)

What is Christianity?

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Jesus Christ loves us all enough to live and die so that we have the best chance of living with God forever!

At St. Margaret’s we are committed to follow Jesus.

You are so very welcome to come along


There has been a church on this site since c700 AD and over time the wooden structure was replaced by stone until in the 11th century the Normans established a more permanent building


St Margaret's runs a weekly Little Saints  toddler group at 2.15pm  on a Monday afternoon. And on the 3rd Sunday at 3pm we have our SHINE service for children under 12 and their families.


Come and join us at one of our many services and events. 


St Margaret's Church, Crick takes its duty and obligations to protect all extremely seriously.  We follow the Church of England's national, robust procedures and guidelines.  We have also adopted the national policy 'Promoting a Safer Church' which is reviewed annually by our PCC.  You can find more about the national policies and procedures at 


Visit our Safeguarding page for further information


If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues on a safeguarding matter then you can find useful, local contact information at  Alternatively, speak with a member of the clergy or the Parish Safeguarding Officer, Ray Smith 01788 824151.

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