You will see from the pages of our website that we are parish churches who love contact with our parish communities. There are dedicated pages on this website for all the different ways we serve our local communities. In this section we particularly draw your attention to our Church Services on Sundays and who the team of ministers are.
Services in the Parish of Ollerton with Boughton
We’d love to welcome you at all our churches, if you are new to the community, a visitor or coming along for the first time, please make yourself known to the ministers who are taking the service
The Parish of Ollerton with Boughton has 3 church buildings and the usual Sunday morning service moves around the 3 buildings – the pattern is shown below. All Sunday morning services are at 10.30am.
1st Sunday of the Month:
2nd Sunday of the Month:
3rd Sunday of the Month:
4th Sunday of the Month:
5th Sunday of the Month when there is one:
We host a vision service and lunch for everyone in our parishes at St Paulinus Church!
Seasonal variations – Please check out our Facebook page (The Church of England in Ollerton and Boughton), newsletters, noticeboards and village magazines/newsletters – this includes, for instance: Mothering Sunday, Easter, Harvest, the Christmas Programme, Remembrance services, memorial services, Songs of Praises etc….
The team of ministers are:
Priest in Charge – Revd Richard Hanford
Associate Priests – Revd Alistair Littlewood
Lay Minister: Mrs Janice Hannington
“Ensuring that children and young people as well as adults are kept safe whilst in our care is an integral part of our church life.”
If you have any concerns about safeguarding please contact:
In the Parish of Ollerton with Boughton, our Parish Safeguarding Co-ordinator is Mrs Andrea Ellis 01623824180
In the Diocese: the Diocesan Safeguarding Team, tel: 01636817200
Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser is Julian Hodgson email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Out of Hours for Children & Adults in Nottinghamshire: 0300 4564546
0800 80 20 20 – NSPCC helpline operated independently from the church.
PCR2 is a review of safeguarding files, to help ensure children and vulnerable adults are as safe as possible in our church and church led activities, please check out further information here: https://tinyurl.com/vq3uaph