Cromer Parish Church with St Martin's

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Picture of Advent wreath with candlesThere's a summary of all our Christmas services at the Parish Church and St Martin's here. Everyone is welcome, and you'll find a warm welcome at all our services, so please come along and make this psrt of your celebration of the Christmas season.

thumbnail image - 2013-alpha-mark-red-q02Alpha continues on Tuesdays in the Parish Hall Coffee Bar at 7 p.m. with a meal followed by a chance to discuss those big questions about life that we all have, and to see what the Bible has to say about the answers. It's helped thousands of people, so why not come along next time?  You can get in touch using the 'Contact Us' menu at the top of the page.

This Sunday, 30th November, we welcome John Ashe (Archdeaon of Lynn) to our morning services at the Parish Church and Bishop Jonathan Meyrick (Bishop of Lynn) to our evening service at the Parish Church. John Ashe is in Cromer as part of his visitation and will be preaching at the 9.00 and 10.30 services.  Bishop Jonathan is coming to confirm a number of Cromer church members and to re-dedicate the bells following the work that took place earlier in the year. We welcome them both and look forward to their visit.  Why not come along and see what's going on?

The Parish Church is open daily from about 9 o'clock and we welcome visitors throughout the year.  The tower is open from Easter until the end of October half-term, normally from 10.30-4.30 Monday to Friday and 11.00-3.00 on Saturday unless the church is in use. The steep, narrow, spiral stair has more than 150 steps and is the only means of access.

Thumbnail image: child's painting of womenGirls' Night Out is organising an evening for girls of all ages (16 and over) on Friday 12th December at 7.00 p.m. in the Parish Hall Coffee Bar. Ideas and practical help with simple, inexpensive and attractive Christas crafts. Contact us for details. Girls of all ages welcome.

Thumbnail image of Christmas wreathThis year's Christmas Tree Festival takes place in the Parish Church (with Cornerstone Café) from Wednesday 3rd December to Saturday 6th December. On the Saturday there will be a street market, an indoor market in the Parish Hall and a charity market in the Parish Church with live music throughout the day. There will be carols round the tree at 5.15 p.m. and the Big Switch-On at 5.30 p.m.

We like to invite new members of the church family to a welcome meal so, if you are new to the church family here in Cromer, and have not yet filled in a 'New to Cromer' form, please do so as soon as possible or contact Peter Herbert, our curate, so that we can get an invitation to you.

Confirmation is the Anglican Church's way of affirming baptismal promises - often made on our behalf by our parents when we were babies - in our own right as an adult. If baptism or confirmation is something you are considering, please contact our Assistant Minister, Paul Neale to talk it over.

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The Sunday before Advent

Advent wreath with no candles litGod the Father, help us to hear the call of Christ the King and to follow in his service, whose kingdom has no end; for he reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, one glory. Amen.