Pulham: St Mary the Virgin
Our mission: As a church we wish to continue to embrace and support the local community through worshipping God. We appreciate that worship through service lies at the heart of individual and corporate Anglicanism and try to put this into operation.
We are one of the churches in the benefice of Dickleburgh and the Pulhams.
Our church is open from 9am till 4pm or dusk every day. If by any chance you find the church locked please do not hesitate to ring one of the contact people on the notice board.
We are a very active friendly and welcoming group of worshippers. Always trying to think of interesting activities to bring the community together. Everyone is welcome of all ages, from a day old to 100 plus, so just come and join us.
We have a Service every Sunday in Church followed afterwards with tea/coffee cake/biscuits and a general get together. Our usual pattern of services is - first Sunday BCP communion at 8am, second and fourth Sundays CW communion at 9.30am, third Sunday BCP Matins at 9.30am.
Visit the Benefice pages of our website to find the full contact details for our church.
If you have a general query please contact our benefice administrator.
Dickleburgh: All Saints
Through our fellowship, our mission is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ by creating an uplifting environment of meaningful worship; and by reaching out into the community with His Good News.
Our parish includes the village of Shimpling, with their round-tower church which is in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust.
At 9.30am on the first and fourth Sunday of each month we have a Parish Communion service.
At 9.30am on the second Sunday we have a Service of the Word led by the churchwarden and lay members of the congregation.
At 3.30pm on the third Sunday we have Evening Prayer with hymns.
Pulham Market: St Mary Magdalene
Pulham Market church is open for visitors from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm all the year round. We are a friendly church welcoming all members of our local community and visitors alike.
We have a 9.30am Holy Communion on the first and third Sunday of each month. On the second Sunday we have a joint Church of England and Methodist service at 10am. At 9.30am on the fourth Sunday we have a Service of the Word led by members of the congregation.
At 7pm on the first Sunday of the month there is a gathered Celebration Service which hosts a variety of different speakers. This service is through zoom for the time being.
At 7.30pm on Tuesday evenings a Bible Study alternates with a Prayer group.
Rushall: St Mary's
Welcome to St Mary the Virgin Church, Hall Lane, Rushall IP21 4UD
Rushall's peaceful church is always open for visitors, for private prayer or quiet contemplation. For services and events being held check out Rushall's Services & Events page, or the Planning the Year 2023 page.
We are currently holding regular 11 am Holy Communion services on the second Sunday of each month. Morning worship services will resume on the fourth Sunday of the month on 28th May 2023 following a break during February, March & April.
You will be given a friendly welcome to a service in our small, rural village church, where we have a chat over a cuppa afterwards.
Starston: St Margaret
Our mission is to seek spiritual growth in our local community by providing strong Christian fellowship and caring support for one another.
We are part of the Benefice of Dickleburgh and the Pulhams. If you would like to know more about the benefice follow the benefice link below.
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