The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, will sample a flavour of North Holderness life and produce when he visits North Holderness Deanery (the parishes and communities around Hornsea) next weekend 23 to 25 March 2018.
The Archbishop will preach at the Palm Sunday Service at 10.30am at All Saints Church in Skipsea – all are welcome to attend.
The Deanery Mission weekend begins on Friday morning in St Lawrence Church, Sigglesthorne where the Archbishop will join pupils and staff from Sigglesthorne Church of England Primary Academy for their end of term Easter service, sharing about preparing for Easter.
The Archbishop will then attend the end of term assembly with pupils, staff and parents from Skirlaugh Church of England Primary School. The assembly is to be held at Skirlaugh Church at approx. 11am where there will be a short Easter service. The Archbishop will then join the pupils and staff on their walk back for lunch at the school.
Meanwhile the Archdeacon of the East Riding, Andy Broom, will join the children and staff of Aldbrough Primary School at St Bartholomew Church, Aldbrough, during the morning for their end of term assembly.
In the afternoon, Archbishop Sentamu will visit Hornsea Garden Centre at approx. 2pm where he will meet staff and customers and take afternoon tea in the popular ‘Gardener’s Retreat’ restaurant.
On Friday evening the Archbishop will visit Hornsea Golf Club for a Rotary meeting at which the Archbishop will share his testimony of faith, with Q & A’s to follow.