Frenze church can be found in the farmyard adjacent to Frenze Hall, next to the Bouddicca Way The church is redundant and looked after by the Churches Conservation Trust. It is kept open and can be visited at any time. There are some fine oak pews, and interesting brasses.
Services are held once or twice a year. The site is also on the Dickleburgh and Pulhams Benefice Trail, which is walked at least once a year. A copy of the church history and the Benefice Trail can be bought in the church.
By agreement with the conservation trust the parish of Thelveton with Frenze arranges two services a year at the church, an Evening Prayer and picnic in May or June, and a Carols by Candlelight one evening just before Christmas.
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.
For up-to-date information on our services and events please visit our benefice website.