Starston has several entries in the Domesday book. The church of St. Margaret's dates from circa 1300 although evidence of an earlier building is present. The tower and chancel date to the 15th century and are in the perpendicular style.
St. Margaret's prides itself in the use of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer for its major Sunday services where Sung Matins is particularly popular. Perhaps considering itself 'low church' an 'open table' policy is practiced whereby worshippers of other Christian denominations are welcome to partake of the sacraments.
We are one of the churches in the benefice of Dickleburgh and the Pulhams. Our Rector Rev'd Sarah Walsh, who lives at the Rectory in Pulham Market.
During the emergency caused by the Covid19 virus we are not holding regular services, but we are still very much available for prayer and pastoral care. Visit the "Who's Who? page of our website to find the full contact details for our church.
If you have a general query please contact our benefice administrator. She is usually available on weekdays from 10am to noon.
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