A Welcome to St Wulfram's.

It's good to welcome you to St Wulfram's website. St Wulfram's is an ancient site of prayer and pilgrimage with a living heritage today.


From the 27th November - 3rd December we'll be holding our second Christmas Tree Festival. In 2015 we held our first Christmas Tree Festival where we welcomed over 10,000 visitors. This year we are hoping for an even bigger festival. The skating rink is back in the middle of the church surrounded by over 100 Christmas trees, and in addition we'll be introducing our toboggan run!

The Festival opens on Monday 27th November at 5pm at the Market Place in Grantham with a candlelit procession. We switch the lights on for the first time at 5.30pm and the skating rink and toboggan run open at 6pm!

From Tuesday 28th - Thursday 30th November the festival is open from 10am - 8pm.

On Friday 1st & Saturday 2nd the festival is open from 10am - 9pm.

On Sunday 3rd December, the festival opens after our morning services (8am & 9.30am) at 11am to last entry at 3pm. The festival then temporally closes to allow for the removal of the skating rink for our Advent Carol Service at 6.30pm.

Entry to the festival is free to children, however, there is a £3 entrance charge for non skaters and adults.

Skating tickets can be purchased from the Guildhall Box Office or at http://www.guildhallartscentre.com/whats-on/all-shows/christmas-tree-festival-and-ice-skating-rink (Skate tickets include free entry into the festival, up to 30 minutes skate time, free skate hire - all sizes provided)

Toboggan Run tickets are purchased on the door and are £2 for three goes!

For more information please contact the Parish Office.

We hope to see you there!


Here are a few things which might be helpful for you to know about us: We're a diverse congregation of all ages and from all backgrounds. As Jesus welcomed all people, so we too welcome all people regardless of their background. We're a place where all your senses will be fully engaged in the worship of God. You may smell incense, hear beautiful music, experience silence and stillness and see people using gestures as a way to express the inexpressible during our services. We’re a place exploring how to serve our parish and neighbourhood with acts of compassion along with expressing justice locally and globally. We’re friendly, we will make every effort to welcome you, but we will try to respect your space. Thank you for choosing to explore our website, and we hope to see you in St Wulfram’s very soon.

Fr Stuart