About

 

Haxey Parish Church is an active Anglican church at the heart of the parish of Haxey, which includes the villages of Haxey, Westwoodside, East Lound and Graizelound. It is known locally as the "Cathedral of the Isle" being the largest church building in the Isle of Axholme.

  

Church Organ

Font and Stations of the Cross

Inside the Church

The Carillon

History and Features

 

Notable features include six bells and a rare, ancient carillon which plays three hymn tunes. The organ is a fine instrument, much appreciated by professional organists. The kneelers and Stations of the Cross banners are interesting examples of needlework. The church is over 900 years old and the church and parish of Haxey are mentioned in the Domesday Book.

St Nicholas seeks to be an active forward-looking church with a variety of types of worship ranging from parish communion to evensong to more contemporary styles of worship. Sunday Bunch offers activities for children most Sunday mornings, and we often have All Age Worship.

 

For more details of our programme click                        or                                                 

Haxey and Westwoodside Schools

 

St Nicholas Church Haxey has links with both of the Church of England schools in Haxey and Westwoodside. The Vicar and other members of the church go in regularly for collective worship among other things. The children come to the church for a variety of services throughout the year - including the parade services and workshops.

 

More importantly both schools hold strong Christian values that underpin the day to day life of the school.

 

For more information on the schools visit their websites:

 

                http://www.haxey.n-lincs.sch.uk/    

 

                              http://www.westwoodsideschool.org.uk/

Haxey and Westwoodside Schools

 

St Nicholas Church Haxey has links with both of the Church of England schools in Haxey and Westwoodside. The Vicar, Families Worker and other members of the church go in regularly for collective worship among other things. The children come to the church for a variety of services throughout the year - including the parade services and workshops.

 

More importantly both schools hold strong Christian values that underpin the day to day life of the school.

 

For more information on the schools visit their websites:

 

              http://www.trentsidefederation.co.uk/haxey-primary-school

 

                           http://www.westwoodside.n-lincs.sch.uk

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