St Andrew's Church, Field Dalling
We have short service of reflection each evening at 630pm from Monday to Wednesday in Holy Week on the theme of Walking Though Wilderness, with an Agape service at the same time on Maundy Thursday. On Good Friday there is a service of reflection at 1030am.
Easter Day: Easter Holy Communion at 11am; all welcome to share in Easter Joy!
We hold a service of Evensong at 5pm on Zoom on the first Sunday of each month.
Please contact Ian Newton on [email protected] if you would like to take part in Zoom services. You are most welcome, wherever you live; our most distant participants live in North Carolina!
In church, we hold a church family service on the 2nd Sunday and morning prayer (BCP) on the 4th Sunday of each month. Our sister church in Saxlingham holds a communion service on the 3rd Sunday in the month. All at 11am.
Usually the October family service is Harvest and the November service is Remembrance. Some family services take the form of communion services and all are welcome to these and to all other services. Details of all services are given in the village Newsletter which comes out most months; copies are in the church.
The church remains open at all times for prayer and reflection.
Please contact Ian Whittle, the Rector, if you want to talk at this very uncertain time.
Ian Whittle (01328 830246) and Ian Newton (01328 830947); [email protected]
Stiffkey: St John & St Mary
Bale: All Saints
Saxlingham: St Margaret
Gunthorpe: St Mary
Binham Priory: St Mary and the Holy Cross
Langham Episcopi: St Andrew
Sharrington: All Saints
Our normal practice is to hold a service in our lovely Church at 0930 every Sunday. On the first and third Sundays we have a service of Morning Prayer led by the Churchwardens. On the second and fourth Sundays we have Holy Communion. When there are five Sundays in the month a Group Service is held which may take place at another local Church. Our Church is open during the day and visitors are always most welcome.
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