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“Our vision for 2025 is to see hundreds of lives transformed by Jesus with a vibrant church community of 1,000 people as we release missional disciples and intentionally invest in Families, Children and Youth.”

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Part of the Church of England in the Diocese of Norwich

Image: Sunday@Sseven 2016'Ojections to faith' is our theme for this year's Sunday@Seven, our informal evening service for the summer season.

Sunday@Seven takes place every week between 29th May and 28th August at 7.00 p.m. in the Parish Church and replaces the 6.30 service between those dates.
See further detailsdownload a copy of the publicity postcard or contact us for further details.
Picture: Toddler groupDuring term time, we run groups for pre-school children with their parents and carers.

Light Break Café (8.45-10.00) and Baby Playtime (10.00-11.30) take place at St Martin’s in Mill Road.

Take-a-Break (10.00-11.30) meets at the Parish Hall, opposite Boots, in Church Street. Take-a-Break Too (10.00-11.30) takes place at St Martin’s in Mill Road.

You can contact us for further details.

Picture of the Parish Church organThe 2016 Organ Recitals are on Tuesday evenings at 8.00 p.m. in the Parish Church.  They continue weekly until the end of September.

You can see full details here.  Leaflets with full details are available at the Parish Church and St Martin's, or you can download one here.
SU Landlubbers LogoCromer's Scripture Union Beach Mission has been 'Good News in Cromer since the 1880s'.
This year's Mission runs from 1st - 5th and 8th - 12th August with sessions for 3-10 year-olds each morning; fun and games for all the family every afternoon; and activities for 11-17 year-olds on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings.  Add in Cromer Church's Mission Café, the Tide Fight, Barn Dance and Quiz Nite and, whoever you are, there's something for you.
All events are free and everyone is welcome.  See you there?! Download the programme.

Cornerstone logoCornerstone Coffee Shop and Café.

Cornerstone Coffee Shop is open 10 a.m. - 12 noon on Monday, Wednesday and Friday in the Parish Hall.

Cornerstone Café is open 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Thursdays.

Both provide a great place to relax, chat, meet old friends and make new ones. Why not drop in for a snack and a drink - including a delicious Latte or Cappuccino from the newly-installed ‘fresh bean to cup’ coffee machine - or, on Thursdays, a light lunch?  You're sure of a warm welcome.

Chapel window: Edward Burne-Jones and William MorrisThe Parish Church is open daily; normally from about 9 o'clock until about 4.30 in winter (5.30 or later during the summer) and we welcome visitors.

The chapel is always available for private prayer and reflection and has a range of interactive prayer ideas to help you take advantage of this opportunity to reflect and pray.

The whole church is accessible, except for the tower, the only access to which is a steep, narrow, spiral, stone stair with more than 150 steps.

The tower is open Monday-Friday (10.30-4.30) and Saturday (11.00-4.00) until the end of October, except when the church is in use.  It is not open on Sunday.

baptism 2 smSunday services

There are normally four services on a Sunday:

9.00 Communion at the Parish Church offers a quieter and more reflective start to the day. Lasting around 55 minutes, it uses more traditional text; with hymns, organ and the choir.

10.30 at the Parish Church and St Martin's are family-friendly and contemporary in style. With more extensive teaching, provision for children and teens and a crèche.

6.30 at the Parish Church is our most informal service and has a strong focus on teaching. The pattern normally includes Communion once a month.

Sunday 31st July (See further details and other dates)

Parish Church | 9.00 a.m. | Holy Communion (Order 1) | Speaker: Tim Britton

Parish Church | 10.30 a.m. | All-Age Worship | Speaker: Evelyn Smith

St Martin's | 10.30 a.m. | Morning Worship | Speaker: Paul Rosier

Parish Church | 7.00 p.m. | Sunday@Seven | Speaker: Philip Bligh

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