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St Pancras Church and Chapel


St Pancras Church Wroot was rebuilt in the late 1870's but a church has stood on this site for many centuries. In the 1720's the incumbent was the Reverend Samuel Wesley of Epworth and for a time his son John served as his curate looking after Wroot. A modern stone commemorates this link at the entrance to the churchyard. It is thought that two of John's sisters are buried in the churchyard but their graves are not marked. St Pancras claims the second oldest bell in the Diocese of Lincoln. St Pancras attracts pilgrims from all over the world due to the Wesley connection and inside the church there are framed pictures illustrating the history.

chapelMethodist Chapel There has been a Methodist Chapel on the High Street in Wroot since 1870. We had a small congregation but with the help of villagers we endeavoured to keep the building in a reasonable state of repair

The Chapel is now a private residence.

The very popular Chapel lunches are now the Church lunches and are held on the last Thursday of the month in the Village Hall. Please use the 'what's on' link above for more details.