St Peter & St. Paul’s Church of England Parish Church Burgh le Marsh was built in the 14th century. Inside there is a fine wood Jacobean pulpit and a lectern carved in oak by Jabez Good in 1847, a barber and local historian who lived in the town. The peal of eight bells can regularly be heard and local customs of ringing the 'Shriving Bell' on Shrove Tuesday and the 'Passing Bell' on the death of a local person are still maintained to this day. Also from October to March the ‘Curfew’ bell is rung. Externally the impressive clock face which warns 'Watch and pray for ye know not when the time is'.
There is also a Church Community Tearoom located on nearby Church Street
Rector & Rural Dean
Father Terry Steele, The Rectory Glebe Rise Burgh-le-Marsh Skegness, PE24 5BL Tel: 01754 810216