Our Family Light Party - Celebrate Light, Celebrate Life - takes place on Wednesday 31st October, 4.00 - 6.00 in the Parish Hall, with games, activities, food and fun for all the family. This free event celebrates Jesus, the Light of the World and focuses on 'treats' not 'tricks', 'light' not 'darkness'.  Everyone is welcome. There's no need to book. Just turn up on the day. If you need further information, you can contact us here.

On Saturday 24th November at 7.30 p.m., Jonathan Veira is coming to Cromer Parish Church with "Songs of Freedom", an unforgettable evening of music and laughter in support of Prison Fellowship England and Wales (one of our Misison Partners). Further details and tickets, which cost £10, are available here.

Take-a-Break, Take-a-Break Too and Baby Playtime are our groups for pre-school children with their parents and carers. Baby Playtime takes place on Mondays, 10.00-11.30 at St Martin's (following on from Light Break Café), Take-a-Break meets on Tuesdays, 10.00 - 11.30 in the Parish Hall, and Take-a-Break Too is held at St Martin's on Thursdays, also between 10.00 and 11.30. All three groups meet during term-time only. Everyone is welcome and we look forward to welcoming you. You can contact us if you need any further information about Baby Playtime, Take-a-Break or Take-a-Break Too.

We regret that we have had to cancel the Women's Brunch this Saturday (22nd September) because of the illness or non-availability of key people and an unusually small number of sign-ups.  We'll try to reschedule for a leter date.  Women's Brunch features a female speaker, good conversation and a continental-style brunch, and all women age 18 and over are welcome. Women's Brunch is normally held at St Martin's in Mill Road. Contact us for further details.

The final recital of the 2018 season is on Tuesday 25th September at 8.00 p.m. in the Parish Church, when we welcome David Shippey, our own Director of Music, as the recitalist. David has prepared a varied and interesting programme for organ and piano to round off the season. The recital is free to attend - although there's an opportunity to make a donation - and everyone is welcome. You can find further details here. Leaflets with the details are also available at the Parish Church and St Martin's or you can folder download one here .

Bishop Jonathan visited Cromer on Sunday 16th September to make a statement about interim ministry arrangements now that Peter has moved on to his new role in Thetford. You can find a Podcast audio file of his statement and a downloadable transcript here.

Women's Brunches feature a female speaker, good conversation and a continental-style brunch. All women age 18 and over are welcome. The next Brunch is on Saturday 22nd September, 9.00 - 11.00 a.m. at St Martin's Hall in Mill Road. Contact us for further details or sign-up here.

Our recital season continues on Tuesday 18th September at 8.00 p.m. in the Parish Church, when we welcome John Dillistone as our recitalist. John is the organist at St. Mary’s, Huntingdon, and is a distinguished Artist and Musician with an international reputation as a recitalist. The recital is free to attend - although there's an opportunity to make a donation - and everyone is welcome. Our recital season concudes next week when we welcome back our own Director of Music, David Shippey. You can find further details here. Leaflets with the details are also available at the Parish Church and St Martin's or you can folder download one here .

Our next Men’s Breakfast is on Saturday 15th September, 8-10 a.m. at St Martin’s. Please come along to enjoy a hearty breakfast, the companionship of other men and good conversation about life, faith, the universe... anything! Find out more about men's breakfast, sign up here  or contact Simon Fenn for further information.

Our recital season continues on Tuesday 4th September at 8.00 p.m. in the Parish Church, when we welcome Keith John as our recitalist. Keith was born in Gloucester where he was a chorister in the Cathedral Choir. He was awarded a scholarship to the Royal College of Music, and an award by the Zürich Master Classes Foundation enabled him to study with Jean Guillou. His programmes are well known for juxtaposing standard repertoire alongside the less familiar and unusual; often his own transcriptions of piano and orchestral music are also found in his programmes. As an occasional composer, his 'Rhythmic Energy' - the conclusion of a 3 movement suite entitled ‘Time and Motion’ - has become celebrated recital tour de force. The recital is free to attend - although there's an opportunity to make a donation - and everyone is welcome. Our recital season continues weekly until the end of September. You can find further details here. Leaflets with the details are also available at the Parish Church and St Martin's or you can folder download one here .