- Last Updated on 18 November 2012
Services at St Martin's and the Parish Church
We are one church, with two centres and four congregations. So, on most Sundays, there are four services; three at the Parish Church and one at St Martin's.
Details of the services this Sunday and for the next few weeks can be found here.
Each service has its own style and character. Read the tabs below to learn more.
The 9.00 a.m. Holy Communion at the Parish Church is a quieter and more reflective start to the day. Around 55 minutes, sometimes with a choir, based around more traditional texts, with hymns, organ and a shorter talk.
The 10.30 a.m. service at the Parish Church offers a variety of family-friendly services using a more contemporary style. Music led by both organ and music group, combining the best of the new with the best of the old, more extensive teaching, Sunday Club teaching groups for children and teens and a crèche. This service aims to be accessible to all ages with a specific 'all-age' service once a month. (There are no teaching groups on these Sundays.) In a 'normal' month, the first Sunday is communion, the second is Morning Worship, the third is Morning Worship with Prayer for Healing and the fourth is All-Age Worship. This pattern changes, however, to accommodate festivals and other special events so it's always worth checking, just to make sure what you're coming to!
The 6.30 p.m. service at the Parish Church is our most informal service but with a strong focus on teaching and worship. The monthly pattern includes Communion once a month and a monthly 'celebration' service.
Sunday@Seven replaces this service fromthe end of may to the end of August.
7.00 p.m. at the Parish Church is Sunday@Seven, our relaxed and informal service for the Summer season. Sunday@Seven replaces the 6.30 p.m. service from the end of May until the end of August. This service is aimed at Summer visitors and regular Cromer church family members alike and has a strong, thematic teaching element.
The 10.30 a.m. service at St Martin's also offers a variety of services. Smaller, relaxed, more intimate than the Parish Church. This service aims to serve a particular part of Cromer, with an activity group for those under 11. The monthly pattern is broadly similar to that at the Parish Church but, again, it's worth checking. The fourth Sunday of the month is Café Church.
Please note: The information on the 'Cromer Services' pages was accurate when it was entered, but may be subject to subsequent change without notice. We do our best to keep the online calendar and service details up to date, but neither the Webmaster nor Cromer Parish Church can be held liable for the consequences of any inaccuracies or omissions. Where it is important to you to know (for example, because you are making a special journey to Cromer to attend a service or an event) you should always contact us to check beforehand.