Dickleburgh and The Pulhams

On the heights above the River Waveney, six parishes work together to form the Benefice of Dickleburgh and the Pulhams. We arrange weekly services, as well as worship for special occasions such as Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals, Blessings, Christmas, and Easter. We organise a wide variety of community events, and support a number of charities, schools, and local organisations. Through our ministry team we can also offer spiritual support to individuals and families.

To contact the Benefice Administrator Julie Woolterton, phone her during office hours 10 - 12noon Monday to Friday or send her an email - see the "Get in touch" box below.

You'll find more information about us on these pages.

What's on

Services Across the Benefice Sunday 16th June Trinity 3

Occuring
for 10 hours
Venue
South Norfolk
Address

Pulham Market: 9.30am Holy Communion + Junior Church
Pulham St Mary: 9.30am Matins
Rushall: Open for Prayer
Starston: 11am BCP Communion
Thelveton: 11am Morning Prayer
Dickleburgh: 6.30pm Evening Prayer

TLC at The Cottage

Occuring
Monthly. Every Third Monday at for 1 hour, 30 mins
Venue
The Cottage
Address
Common Road, Dickleburgh

Tender, loving care; truth, love, courage.
'Fan into flames...'
We love having new people come and join us - it's an open time for all, for prayerful discussion.
You'll find a welcome at The Cottage, Common Road, Dickleburgh, IP21 4PJ

Guided Meditation

Occuring
Every Tuesday at for 1 hour
Venue
Zoom
Address
, United Kingdom

You are invited to join Gale and others via Zoom to be guided into a relaxation of your body and your mind, and to meditate on a verse from the Bible. All are welcome at Meeting ID: 836 2889 3502 Passcode: 913065

Our churches

Safeguarding

As a benefice, we are committed to ensuring we create and provide a safe encivornment for all.
We follow, uphold and endorse the Church of England's Safegaurding policies and proceedures, which can be found by following the link below.

It is very important that any concerns or allegations of abuse are reported promptly.
If there is immediate danger or medical attention is required then 999 should be called.
Otherwise the information should be reported to the Benefice Safeguarding Officer, Norman Steer, on 01379 854245
If he is not available then the Rector should be contacted on 07534548886 or 07809430967, or Sue Brice on 07958 377079.

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