Church of England Diocese of Norwich Reymerston

Reymerston: St Peter

St Peter's Church has been the centre of Christian worship, prayer and praise to God for nearly 1000 years. Now part of the Barnham Broom and Upper Yare Team of Parishes, a Group of 13 parishes with 15 churches (Groupof15), we continue to be dedicated to proclaiming  the Gospel of Jesus Christ and serving our community. You are very welcome to visit our medieval church of St Peter in Reymerston which is open all the time. The Church lies in the middle of the village behind the village hall. Parking is on the road outside the church. In winter bring a torch as there are no street lights. There are no toilets in the church unfortunately but there is a toilet at the village hall and access can be given by asking any of the church helpers. Refreshments are usually available after most services but check individual services for details

If you would like to help us in our work of service to the community and the upkeep of our medieval church, you can donate through our website or give through DONATE at or  text 70970 HYDF004 to donate £5 or  text 70191 HYDF004 to donate £10.

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Team Administrator

The Rectory, The Street, Reymerston, Norwich. NR9 4AG

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Sunday Holy Communion Live-streamed

Every Sunday at 10 a.m. for 1hr

The Rectory
The Street
United Kingdom

Whilst our church services are suspended due to coronavirus, we are live-streaming our services through facebook and our website from the Rectory. The service is open to the public and can be accessed through the website (see live video & resources tab) or facebook, either live or on the recording afterwards. You do not need a facebook account to access it. Just go to or or @bbuy2020 at 10am on Sunday to watch it and take part.

Live stream Prayers Eucharist/Holy Communion Common Worship

Changes to our usual services during the Coronavirus outbreak

19 Mar 2020, 11:15 p.m.
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