Church of England Diocese of Chelmsford North Ockendon

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

Ladies, Gents and Disabled

Baby Changing Facilities
Car Park / Parking Available
Accessible Toilet
Ramped entrance

Our Building

A beautiful Grade 1 listed church with monuments and windows from the 14th century.
In the churchyard is St Cedd’s Well, used for early Christian baptisms.


Music and Worship

The tower contains 6 bells hung for full circle change ringing. The heaviest bell weighs 9½cwt. The bells are rung from the ground floor and are hung anti-clockwise.

Sunday service ringing is 10:00-10:30am.
Practice night is Monday evenings 7:45-9:00pm (not Bank Holidays).
Visitors are always welcome to join us for service ringing and for practices on Monday evenings.

If you would like to learn to ring, come and see us on our practice night.

The Bell Ringers are affiliated to the Southern District of the Essex Association of Change Ringers (EACR). If you would like to visit North Ockendon as part of a ringing outing please contact the Tower Captain at the following email address: [email protected]

Organ
Book of Common Prayer Services

The choir normally practice every alternate Friday at 10:15am in church.


Groups, Courses and Activities

Arranged by the Social Committee on occasional Saturday's during the year. Specific charities are chosen and all monies raised are donated to the chosen charity.

A Sunday School is available on the third and fourth Sunday's at the 10:30am service.


Help for Visitors

Guidebooks / Notes

Other Features

Conservation Area

For details concerning the hiring of the Church Hall please contact The Revd Michael Sparrow whose contact details can be found on the 'Get in touch' page.