Felmingham: St Andrew, Felmingham
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Felmingham is part of the United Benefice of King's Beck, together with the villages of Banningham, Colby, Skeyton, Suffield and Tuttington. Sung Eucharist is held at 10 am in rotation around the villages, with Evening Prayer at 5.30pm at Felmngham on Tuesday and Banningham on Thursday.
St Andrew's church dates from 1754 when the church was rebuilt after a fire. A substantial bequest in the 1990s enabled a number of improvements and addiions to be made. In 1997, the bells were restored and three new ones were cast to create a "ring" of 9. The beautifully carved West Screen was built usng local woodcarver Gerald Adams. It incorporates nursery rhyme themes as well as references to the biblical stories of St. Andrew. A ringing gallery was created at the same time.
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The current editor is: Keith Dally