St John’s Church, Corby Glen

St John’s Churchyard is open daily for visitors from 9am until 4.30pm or dusk (whichever is later).

The Church itself is open for private prayer every day.


Services are held in St John’s Church every Sunday at 10.45am. On the first Sunday of each month the service is one of Morning Worship, a lay-led Service of the Word. On all the other Sundays the service is one of Holy Communion. The services include hymns, bible readings, a sermon written by Revd Stephen, and prayers.

Each Wednesday a quietly reflective said service of Holy Communion is held from 10am.

A list of service across the benefice is here:

Revd Stephen says the daily offices of Morning and Evening Prayer in church whenever his diary permits. Morning Prayer is at 8am, and Evening Prayer is at 4pm. Others are very welcome to join him.

To keep each other as safe as possible, everyone coming into the church building needs to wear a face covering, including during the singing of hymns. Hand sanitiser is available on entering and leaving the building, and at various points inside the building.

Holy Communion is taken in one kind only (the bread).

People are encouraged to maintain social distancing inside the building.


St John’s Church supports local Food Banks by being a collection point for food donations. Please leave your donation in the porch.

Give A Little QR code for donations to Corby Glen Church
Give A Little QR code for donations to Corby Glen Church

If you would like to support the work of the church as it tries to serve the community in these troubled times, please scan the QR code with your smartphone camera and click the link that appears.

About the benefice

St John’s Church belongs to the Corby Glen Group of Parishes, which comprises six churches working together to show the love of God and to serve the communities of Corby Glen, Swayfield, Irnham, Burton-le-Coggles, Bitchfield and Bassingthorpe in rural south-west Lincolnshire.

The whole benefice is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. We follow the House of Bishops guidance. For more details, including who to contact if you have any concerns, please see Promoting a safer church and Keeping safe.