Who Let The Dads Out? is a group for Dads, Stepdads, Granddads and other male carers, where they can spend quality time with their toddlers and pre-school children.

Meet other Dads; give Mum some valuable time off; drink tea or coffee and have a bacon roll; do a craft activity with your child; or just play with the toys.

The next session is on Saturday 14th April - 8.30-10.30 a.m. in the Parish Church Lounge - and continuing to meet monthly on the 2nd Saturday of each month at the same time.

You can contact Simon Fenn for further information, or just turn up on the day.

We look forward to seeing you!

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What's the best gift God could give you? We all want to be happy, but why is lasting happiness so hard to find? Our new course, Life Explored, is spread over seven interactive evening sessions and aims to help you identify what you’re really living for by discovering how God can meet your deepest desire for happiness. In a relaxing environment, each session will be supported by our staff with good coffee (or tea!) and cake. Visit the Life Explored website to find out more.  You can also contact us for further information or sign-up online now.

The  next Family Film Club is on Friday 6th April at St Martin's in Mill Road.  Doors open at 3.15 p.m. for a 3.45 p.m. showing.  Entry is free and includes light refreshments and popcorn.  Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.  All films will be U rated.

The  next Family Film Club is on Friday 4th May at St Martin's in Mill Road.  Doors open at 3.15 p.m. for a 3.45 p.m. showing.  Entry is free and includes light refreshments and popcorn.  Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.  All films will be U rated. There's no need to book and everyone is welcome, but you can sign-up here to let us know you're coming, so that we can make sure we have enough popcorn!

You are invited to Cromer Parish Church for 'A Time to Remember' at 3.30 p.m. on Sunday 15th April 2018. 'A Time to Remember' is a short, reflective service to give thanks for the lives of those whose funerals we have taken over the last two or three years.

Lasting about 50 minutes, with a mixture of familiar hymns, readings and prayers, the service will include an opportunity to remember by name those who have died over the last year. We hope you might feel able to join us for this service, and to bring others for whom it might be helpful.

During the service, there will be an opportunity to hang a heart-shaped card, with a memory or message, on our tree of remembrance. The cards are availalbe from the church office.

On Easter Sunday, 1st April, we celebrate the resurrection of the living Lord Jesus with services at the Parish Church at 9.00 (Communion), 10.45 (All-Age Easter Celebration including a grand Easter egg hunt) and 7.00 (Sunday@Seven with Communion); and at St Martin's at 10.30 (Easter Communion). Whatever your age or experience, you'll find a warm welcome at all our services, and we look forward to seeing you there as we share the greatest good news ever, "Hallelujah! He is risen. He is risen indeed. Hallelujah!"

We mark Good Friday on 30th March with three events at the Parish Church. Between 9.30 and 10.15 there will be a service of Prayer and Reflection, which is open to all.  This is followed, at 11.30, by a Passion Play with words, music and drama, that will take place in the gardens outside the Parish Church.

From 1.00-4.00 in the afternoon, there will be Easter activities for families in and around the Parish Church, and Cornerstone Café (for all ages) will be open in the Parish Church. We look forward to seeing you there.

On Tuesday 27th March Take-a-Break will be in Cromer Parish Church (instead of the hall), 10.00 a.m. - 11.30 a.m. as usual. Come and have fun together to celebrate Easter.  There will be plenty of toys for all ages, Easter craft activities, an Easter egg hunt, hot cross buns and party food and drinks, as well as the usual story time and singing with instruments to make a lovely noise.

Then, as an extra special Easter treat following the morning's activities in the Church, all Take-a-Break members are invited to a free lunch in the Parish Hall at about 12 noon.  Parents and carers collecting children from pre-school or nursery, are welcome to go and fetch them first, then come back with them for lunch.

We do need to know the numbers so we can make the right amount of food, so please sign up to let us know you're coming.

Mothering Sunday (now often called Mothers Day) falls on Sunday 11th March this year.  Mothering Sunday has an interesting historical background, and it's our custom to mark it by giving a posy of flowers as a gift at our services that day.  To make this possible, there will be a working party on Saturday 10th March, between 10.30 and 12.00 in the Parish Church lounge, to prepare the posies ready for Mothering Sunday.  You'd be very welcome if you wanted to come along and help.  Contact us for further details, or simply come along on the day.