Facilities and features
Click on the tags below to learn more about each.
Car parking available near the main Church entrance on Ames Court.
Please park on the grass outside the (disused) scout hut.
Reasonably easy access with a wheelchair, however there are a couple of humps to contend with on the way in.
The nave has an induction loop which is used for all services.
Gluten-free snacks usually available when tea and coffee are served.
Please ask for assistance if you are unsure.
Grade 1 listed building with world-class features.
Silver Eco Church status achieved in 2020.
Music and Worship
Occasional concerts and live music events.
Please note that there are NO TOILETS on site.
This is a seventeenth century instrument.
Usually played on the second Sunday 10:30am service.
A small, enthusiastic, choir accompany the music at most services.
Worship band at most services.
Groups, Courses and Activities
Youth group run on Friday evenings (subject to demand).
Please contact us for more information.
A 'Book and Jigsaw Exchange' is held on second Saturday of each month from 10am until 11am.
Messy Church services held monthly, or thereabouts.
Parents and toddlers services held on most Thursday afternoons during the year.
Help for Visitors
A 20-page all-colour guide book is available - just £3.
A 16-page all-colour guide to the world famous rood screen is available - just £3.
Pick up a copy of both guides next time you visit.
Shop selling cards and books.
Open from around 9:15am until 6pm (or dusk, if earlier).
List of key holders is displayed on the entrance door in case the building is locked when you visit.
We collect for the Cromer and District food bank.