St Mary the Virgin, Longframlington
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The church dates from the late twelfth century and until 1891 was a chapel of ease to Felton; since that date Longframlington has been an independent parish. The church was carefully restored in the late nineteenth century retaining its fine Norman chancel arch. In 2012 a new multi-use Community Room was added on the north side of the church, providing a space for a wide variety of church and community activities for all ages.
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Tel: 01665 570284 (Churchwarden)
Family CommunionEvery second third fourth and fifth Sunday
at 9:20 AM
All AgeEvery first Sunday
at 10:45 AMEnds Sunday 6th April 2014. Resumes Sunday 1st June 2014
An informal service for all the family. Lots of activities, a story from the story teller, a song and a prayer with a shared tea to finish. Starts in Community room.
No service in July, August and December. every third Sunday
at 3:30 PM for ¾ hour
BCP Holy Communion
A said service following the order for Holy Communion in the Book of Common PrayerEvery first Sunday
at 6:00 PM
A Church Near You ID: 16291
Architect: Not known
Our Patron: Bishop of Newcastle
CofE Church Info: (625187 25/187)
The current editor is: Roger Horne
St Mary the Virgin : Rothbury Road, Longframlington, Northumberland, NE65 8DL
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