Deaf Church We have two deaf congregations regularly worshipping in British Sign Language (BSL). Their details are below: Scunthorpe - the service for the deaf is on the 4th Sunday of every month at 3pm St Hugh's, Ashby Road, Old Brumby, Scunthorpe DN16 2AG A link to their website can be found here Grantham - meet every second Sunday at 3pm St Wulfram, Church Street, Grantham, Lincolnshire NG31 6RR A link to their website can be found here. Lincoln Several times a year (usually at Christmas, Easter and Harvest) we come together for a celebration in Lincoln. Services coming up are: Deaf Church Harvest Festival at St Matthais, Lincoln on Sunday, 27th October 3pm – all welcome Deaf Church Christmas at St Matthais, Lincoln on Sunday, 15th December 2.30pm – all welcome Other resources The diocese is also an active part of the newly formed Lincolnshire Deaf Alliance, which, among other things, seeks to recruit and train BSL-using volunteers to provide ‘befriending’ services to deaf people in Lincolnshire, liaise with other organisations that provide services to deaf people and provide BSL training, workshops and lectures. Further information may be obtained by visiting a Facebook page, or contacting Richard Steel, Mission Team Leader, by email or on 01522 50 40 30. Signs of God This charity hold and administer a list known as the Christian Interpreters' Network who are people who are willing to make themselves available to interpret Christian events. Their website can be found here. BSL Daily Devotions This website has a thought for each day, translated by excellent deaf translators who are all Christians. Go! Sign Is a deaf-led Christian organisation. On their website you will find 'Christianity explored' a BSL translation of the book 'If you could ask God one question' which is produced by Christianity Explored. Under the tab 'Go Sign! Channel' there are also parables to watch and under 'Resources' an archive of preaching in BSL (some are quite old, but still valuable). You can also order paper versions of their publications. Their website can be found here. BSL Bible www.bslbible.org.uk A translation of the first few chapters of Mark's gospel can be found on this website and other chapters will be published in due course once their website has been updated. Other chapters can be found on the Project’s YouTube channel. Bible Gateway Although not specifically aimed at deaf people this is a good website for information about the bible and other related data. This website can be found here.