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Meet the Bishop over coffee, a pint or lunch in Holbeach and Sutton Bridge




People in Holbeach and Sutton Bridge have three invitations to meet the Bishop of Grantham for coffee, lunch or a pint over the next two months.

The Right Reverend Dr Nicholas Chamberlain is coming to St Matthew’s Church, Sutton Bridge, for coffee on Tuesday, May 29, between 10am and 11.30am.

The Bishop of Grantham (right) with the Bishop of Grimsby (left), the Right Reverend Dr David Court, and the Bishop of Lincoln, the Right Reverend Christopher Lowson. Photo by Chris Vaughan/Chris Vaughan Photography. (1938516)
The Bishop of Grantham (right) with the Bishop of Grimsby (left), the Right Reverend Dr David Court, and the Bishop of Lincoln, the Right Reverend Christopher Lowson. Photo by Chris Vaughan/Chris Vaughan Photography. (1938516)

You can also meet the Bishop of Grantham at the Horse and Groom pub in High Street, Holbeach, on Monday, June 12, from 8pm until 9pm.

Then Dr Chamberlain will be in Holbeach again for lunch at the Reading Rooms, in Church Street, on Thursday, July 26, between 1pm and 2.30pm.

The Rev Kate Plant (pictured left), Curate at All Saints Church, Holbeach, and acting priest-in-charge of Sutton Bridge and Tydd St Mary, said: “We are lucky to have someone like Nicholas as our Bishop because he really cares about people and understands ordinary lives.

The Reverend Kate Plant, Curate at All Saints Church, Holbeach, and acting Priest-in-Charge of Sutton Bridge and Tydd St Mary. Photo by Tim Wilson. SG120318-108TW. (1938662)
The Reverend Kate Plant, Curate at All Saints Church, Holbeach, and acting Priest-in-Charge of Sutton Bridge and Tydd St Mary. Photo by Tim Wilson. SG120318-108TW. (1938662)

"The Bishop has asked if he can visit Holbeach and Sutton Bridge to talk to people about what Jesus means to him, answer questions about the Christian faith and hear people's thoughts about faith.

"Nicholas is keen to talk to people who do not normally go to church and who are not sure what they think about God so we have arranged three opportunities for that to happen.

“The Bishop of Grantham has been a great help to me and I hope people will take this opportunity to meet him and hear what he has to say.”



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