Parish Church of St Wystan’s Repton
George Johnson E: email@example.com. Tel 703079
Stephen Longden E: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel 703259
Benefice Services at St Wystan’s
We will continue to stream the Sunday morning service from St Wystan’s via Zoom, with a minimum number of people present.
The Church will remain open for prayer.
PLEASE NOTE LIVE-STREAMING WILL ONLY BE ON ZOOM
These are the instructions for joining
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 785 504 9461
Telephone: 0203 901 7895
Enter the Meeting ID: 785 504 9461 when prompted. There is no password required.
The service will be be uploaded to YouTube and facebook afterwards.
OPENING TIMES CHURCHES OPEN FOR PRAYER
BENEFICE CHURCHES ‘OPEN FOR PRAYER’ TIMES
ST WYSTAN’S, REPTON
Monday to Friday 8.00am – 6.00pm
Saturday 8.00am – 3.00pm
Sunday 12.00 – 6.00pm
ST MARY THE VIRGIN, NEWTON SOLNEY
Every day 10.00am – 4.00pm
ST SAVIOUR’S, FOREMARK
Closed at this time
Times will be reviewed as the guidelines and regulations change. At this time visiting is limited to those who wish to pray.
The Rev’d Martin Flowerdew Vicar of Foremark with Repton and Newton Solney01283 619686 www.reptonchurch.uk
St Wystan’s Church Conservation Management Plan
St Wystan’s church has been designated by the Church Buildings Council and Historic England a Major Parish Church because of its exceptional historic significance. It is one of 300 out of more than 15,000 in the country and its importance lies in the survival of the crypt with its vaulted ceiling and barley twist columns and chancel above, thought to date from the 9th century. If you haven’t visited the crypt then it is well worth a visit though care needs to be taken on the uneven steps worn away by pilgrims over the years.
Following from this designation, the Parochial Church Council (PCC) has adopted a Conservation Management Plan, mainly compiled by Richard Finch with input from Virginia Davis, Mark Parsons the church architect and Andy Austen. The document brings together historical information, documents and policies concerning the building, its relationship with the village and its conservation. It will be updated regularly and used as a basis for considering any future changes to the building and to assure potential funders that the PCC values and understands the building in its care. at Newton Solney