One Parish, Six Churches, One Community

Welcome to St. John the Baptist's Church, Temple Bruer



This quaint little church is nestled between the A15 and the A607 in the hamlet of Temple Bruer. Surrounded by open Lincolnshire countryside it is a wonderful and popular setting for weddings and baptisms. There are 2 regular services each month with special services throughout the year. We warmly invite you to join us at any of our services.

Built in 1873, whilst being the newest of the churches in the Parish, its architecture does not fail to charm. The church was built to provide for not only the spiritual needs of the local hamlet but also the educational needs, as in the early 1900's the population exceeded 200. It was at this point that the existing schoolroom was extended. The school that used to operate from the church is no longer in existence; but the old schoolroom is presently used for Parish meetings and events, including the locally famous August Teas (which help to raise funds for the upkeep of the building and the work of the church within the Parish). The School Room is also available for hire to the local community.

Approximate capacity: 75
Hearing loop: No
Bells: No
Toilets: Yes
Parking: Yes
Church Wardens: Kathy Blake, Keith Oxborough
If you would like further information please contact the Parish Administrator: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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