STARSTON, ST MARGARET
WELCOME TO STARSTON CHURCH
St Margaret's Church,
Starston has several entries in the Domesday book. The church of St. Margaret's dates from around 1300 although evidence of an earlier building is present. The tower and chancel date to the 15th century and are in the perpendicular style. There is a ring of six bells in the tower Sunday ringing and practice by arrangements,ring the tower captain Herbert Websdell (01379 853967)
St. Margaret's prides itself on the use of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer for its major Sunday services where Sung Matins is particularly popular. Perhaps considering itself 'low church' an 'open table' policy is practiced whereby worshippers of other Christian denominations are welcome to partake of the sacraments.
The PCC is pleased to announce that the church will be open on Saturday mornings between 10am & 12noon. Any visitors to the church will be most welcome.
Our regular Sunday services are shown below but these may vary according to the time or season. Please go to the services page for full and up-to-date information.
Holy Communion 1662 BCP Every first and third Sunday at 11:00 AM for 1 hour
Morning Prayer Every second (1662 BCP)
Great and Small Every fourth Sunday at 11am for 1 hour. This is a family-friendly time of worship including craft activities and refreshments