Hacconby Church

Hacconby Parish Church, whose spire is visible from the A15, is to be found at the end of a sleepy lane - a place away from the village centre, a place for quiet reflection on the transcendence of the God who is always with us, yet always beyond, calling us to a deeper awareness of his presence. It is a place made holy by centuries of prayer and it can lift the hearts of those who visit, those who reflect and those who worship there.

Photograph of the parish church of st andrew, hacconby

Inside, St Andrew’s Church, Hacconby is a welcoming little building, with a surprising sense of space.  Parts of it date from the 12th century, and there is a notable medieval pulpit, which can put you in mind of a certain tower in Pisa!

Since the 1700s Hacconby Parish has been served by the same priest as its larger neighbour at Morton.  But since 1995 both parishes have been part of the RINGSTONE IN AVELAND GROUP of parishes, comprising Dunsby, Kirkby Underwood and Rippingale, as well as Hacconby and Morton.  It is in the deanery of Beltislow, in the diocese of Lincoln.


  • 1st SUNDAY 10.30 am Eucharist
  • 2nd SUNDAY No service at Hacconby
  • 3rd SUNDAY 3.00 pm Evening Prayer (winter time)
  • 4th SUNDAY No service at Hacconby
  • 5th SUNDAY 10.30 am Group Eucharist somewhere in the Group

For Sunday services elsewhere in the Group see Church notice board, or parish magazine.


St Andrew’s Church is an ancient building cherished by generations of residents of Hacconby.  Each generation plays its part to pass on to the next this rich treasure, this special resource.  The present generation is no different.  For the present, it seeks to carry out urgent and expensive repair work to the spire.  For the future, there is a bold vision to broaden the use of the building by developing the base of the tower to provide some kitchen and toilet facilities.  This is an ongoing vision that can only be accomplished by the support of the whole community, and indeed of those further afield, who feel some sort of connection with this lovely village and this special building.


The Parish Priest:


Revd Dr. Lynda Pugh, The Vicarage, 46A High Street, Morton, PE10 0NR

Tel: 01778 571841  email: Lynda.pugh@hemscott.net


Mr Bill Reid 

Tel: 01778 570234