St. Cuthbert’s is a lively Church centre, with worship to suit all ages in various different styles; both modern and traditional. It is also a busy community hub; providing a home for all sorts of community groups. Please come in and say hello, we are open every day until 10pm, and the Church is usually available for quiet prayer and reflection.
Built in 1886 to serve the rapidly growing southern part of Sprowston. The church and the adjacent vicarage were paid for by the Gurney family, who lived at Sprowston Manor. The main local industry was brick-making and the pub on the opposite side of the Wroxham Road roundabout is built on the former site of the brickworks hence the name The Brickmakers. It is not surprising therefore that the church is built entirely of brick.
So, who was St. Cuthbert? Well, he’s a Celtic Saint, find out more about him here
“St Cuthbert is obviously the beating heart of a living and breathing faith community…”
8.00am Holy Communion – traditional, no Hymns
9.30am All Age Worship -every 1st Sunday – informal, inclusive worship
9.30am Holy Communion – every 2nd Sunday- with Children’s activities, Songs & Hymns
9.30am Family Communion -every 3rd Sunday – informal, with a variety of music & Children’s activities
9:30am Holy Communion – every 4th Sunday -with Children’s Worship and optional prayers/anointing for healing
10.00am Combined Parish Service – every 5th Sunday (alternates between St Cuthbert’s and St Mary and St Margaret’s)
8.30am Morning Prayer (Monday – Friday)
9.30am Holy Communion (Wednesday) No service on 26th December
5.15pm Evening Prayer (Monday – Friday)
Please note: At various times of the year some services are subject to change, please see This Sunday’s Services for up to date information.
What is Holy Communion? Find out here