Cromer Parish Church with St Martin's

Being the people of God for the people of Cromer

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Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God's grace in its various forms. (1 Peter 4:10)

Part of the Church of England in the Diocese of Norwich

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Our Church Picnic is on Sunday 24th May at about 12.30 on the East Beach.
All welcome. Bring your own lunch!

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Cornerstone Coffee Shop is open 10 a.m. - 12 noon on Monday, Wednesday and Friday in the Parish Hall. Cornerstone Café is open 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Thursdays.

Both provide a great place to relax, chat, meet old friends and make new ones. Why not drop in for a drink and a snack or, on Thursdays, a light lunch? You're sure of a warm welcome.

Picture: Toddler groupDuring term time, we run several groups for pre-school children with their parents and carers.

Light Break Café (8.45-10.00) and Baby Playtime (10.00-11.30) take place on Mondays at St Martin’s.

Take-a-Break (10.00-11.30) meets on Tuesdays at the Parish Hall.

Take-a-Break Too (10.00-11.30) on Thursdays at St Martin's.

All these groups operate during term-time only. Contact us for further details.

church nightThis month's Church Night is on Wednesday 27th May at 7.30 p.m. at St Martin’s.

Join us for just over an hour to worship, share and pray together.

Sunday@Sseven 2015

Sunday@Seven launches on 24th May.  This year's series explores 'living in today's world' and is entitled 'What about?'  Covering issues such as consumerism, doubt, peer pressure and social media, it promises to be both interesting and challenging.  Download the postcard here, then come along and find out more. 

Picture: Welcome mealWe like to invite new members of the church family to a welcome meal so, if you are new to Cromer Church and have not yet filled in the form from the Welcome Leaflet, please do so as soon as possible or contact Peter Herbert, our curate, so that we can get an invitation to you.

Picture: Baptism groupConfirmation is the Anglican Church's way of affirming for ourselves the promises made on our behalf by parents and Godparents when we were baptised as babies.

If you are considering confirmation or baptism (for a child or for yourself) or sea baptism in July, please contact Paul Neale, our Assistant Minister to talk it over.

2015 02 c2s cardsCrafts2Share brings people together to make a variety of craft and small decorative items for sharing or giving away. You can contact us or find more details here. The next session is on Wednessday 20th May (3.00-4.30 p.m.)

Welcome boardThe Parish Church is open daily; normally from about 9 o'clock until about 4.30 in winter (5.30 or later during the summer) and we welcome visitors.

The tower is open at Easter, then from Monday 4th May until the end of October half-term, normally from 10.30-4.30 Monday to Friday and 11.00-3.00 on Saturday, except when the church is in use for weddings, funerals and other services etc.  The tower is not open on Sundays.

Stewards are on duty when the tower is open (and, occasionally, at other times) to answer questions and to help you make the most of your visit. The chapel is always available for private prayer and reflection and has a range of interactive prayer ideas to help you take advantage of this opportunity to reflect and pray. The whole church is accessible, except for the tower, the only access to which is a steep, narrow, spiral, stone stair with more than 150 steps.

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