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Dickleburgh Pulham Market Pulham St Mary Rushall Starston Thelveton



The Street,

Pulham St Mary,


IP21 4RD

A large Norfolk Parish Church dates from 1350 or before. 'This is a medieval church recreated in the hands of a master craftsman [Bodley]' (Simon Jenkins). The porch is described by Nikolaus Pevsner as 'something phenomenal.

There is a full set of eight bells in working order. Ringing for experienced ringers only, contact Brian Carr (01379 676292)

An illustrated guide is available £2 from Antares,Station Rd., Pulham St. Mary, IP21 4QT

Sunday Worship

On the first Sunday of the month there is a BCP said communion at 8 o’clock followed at 9.30am by a Family Service which takes the form of “Messy Church”. We begin at 9.30 with a light breakfast. Craft activities are available for adults and children as well as activity sheets, puzzles and reading material. The activities are themed to fit in with the church seasons, and include opportunities for discussion and teaching. The session ends with a time of worship with hymns, songs, bible stories, and prayers.

On the second and fourth Sunday at 9.30am there is a Holy Communion in modern language with hymns.

On the third Sunday at 9.30am there is a BCP Matins with hymns.

There is a children’s corner available during more adult centred services.