The Parish Church of St Mary & St Margaret was built in the 14th century and the church has a number of interesting monuments to local families. We have provided an online guide book for those interested in the history surrounding our church.
So who was St. Mary? Well, our Mary isn’t the one who gave birth to Jesus; she’s Mary Magdalene who travelled with Jesus and was there at his death and at the resurrection, find out more about her here
And St. Margaret? Well, she’s much more mysterious! You can read about her here
St Mary & St Margaret
“This church is one of the most welcoming that I have visited in Norfolk…”
10.30am Holy Communion with optional prayers/anointing for healing (1st Sunday)
10.30am Holy Communion (3rd Sunday)
10.30am Morning Prayer (2nd & 4th Sunday)
10.00am Combined Parish Service ( every 5th Sunday – alternates between St Mary & St Margaret’s and St Cuthbert’s)
You are welcome to join us for tea or coffee in the Vestry every Tuesday.
10 – 11.30am