The Parish Church of St James is one of six churches in The Team Parish of Louth in the beautiful rolling countryside of the Lincolnshire Wolds. It lies at the centre of the historic market town of Louth, a historic thriving market town with a Georgian heart.
The parish church has the tallest spire (295 feet) of any medieval parish church in the country. It is a magnificent fifteenth century building that is featured in Sir Simon Jenkin’s book, England’s 1000 Best Churches.
Thousands of visitors are drawn to visit the church every year because of its aura of spirituality and architectural beauty. They are welcomed by church guides, a shop and the possibility of refreshments served under the tower. St Stephen’s chapel is set aside for reflection and prayer with aids to contemplation and prayer available there.
The parish church is also the base of a lively, outward looking congregation with choral services every week.
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