Church of England Diocese of Norwich Stratton St. Mary

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

we have two toilets, including one with full disabled access and baby changing facilities.

Baby Changing Facilities

Parking is available for services in Hall Lane and Opposite the church at the Village Hall

Accessible Toilet

we have full disabled access through an entrance door which is completely level access

Hearing (induction) Loop

We have large print hymn books, service sheets and notice sheets.
all material we print we include large print copies

Assistance dogs are welcome


Our Building

Listed Building

Music and Worship

We have a team of Bell ringers, with ringing practice taking place on Monday evenings

Take place throughout the year.

Organ

Groups, Courses and Activities

EPIC meets fortnightly on a Sunday evening
(currently on a break for Youth Alpha - will be reforming shortly)

We are currently running a Youth Alpha course
there will be another Alpha course later in the year

we have three Housegroups which meet regularly in peoples homes during term time, to find out more, please get in touch

We have a Let's Chat - group that meets on a Tuesday morning March - December in the church. for Tea/Coffee and lots of cake and chat. a great place to make new friends.

We run an annual Holiday Club - normally in the first week of the summer holiday, This year it will be
29th July - 1st August (10 - 12.30) for Primary aged children Reception to Year 6

Messy Church meets every last Saturday of the month
9am in St. Mary's Junior school
we enjoy sharing breakfast together, getting messy with lots of crafts and worshipping together.
children must be accompanied by an adult


Help for Visitors

Guidebooks / Notes

Other Features

FairTrade

We have a foodbank distribution centre in the church, which is manned by volunteers and open on Friday afternoons. we also collect food to be taken to the Waveney Food bank Warehouse

For some of our worship we use powerpoint presentations and projectors.

Conservation Area