Monthly pattern of Sunday Services
1st (&5th) Sunday - Morning Service
2nd & 4th Sunday - Family Service
3rd Sunday - Holy Communion
The church has a weeping chancel also a rare collection of medieval stained glass, which is of both national and international importance (see Norfolk Churches link below for more information). There are four paintings from the original Rood Screen, and a recently refurbished, signed, George III coat of arms. The pews are 14c with poppy head ends, there are also some Victorian box pews. The Pulpit is carved tracery work from the Victorian period. The 13C tower houses six bells, which give a ‘fine peal’ and are popular with visiting ringers.
Many visitors remark on the peace and tranquil atmosphere on entering.
There is a wheelchair for the use of those who can get a lift to the Church but find the long walk up the Church path a little difficult. It is stored near the Church door. Access into the church is easy (no step), we have a 'Hearing Loop' and try to be 'Autism -friendly', so do come in and enjoy this great and wonderful building.
ALM (Worship Leader)
ALM (Children's Ministry)
For Home Communion or a visit, please contact our Licensed Lay Minister
Mrs Stevie Brooks
4, St Clements Close, Outwell, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, PE14 8QY
For Baptisms, Marriages and Funerals, please contact the Vicar
Rev'd Martin Dale
The Vicarage, 37 Church Road, Tilney St Lawrence, PE34 4QQ
Parish Safeguarding Co-ordinator
Mrs Sue Crumpler
01553 406520/ 07745 389624
Copies of the Church Magazine are available at the back of the church and in the foyer of the Village Hall. Feel free to take one. If you would like a regular copy delivered, please contact one of the Churchwardens.