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What's On

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Church Opening Times

The church is open every day (except Sundays, when services are held) from 9.00am until 3pm for visitors, for private prayer, contemplation and meeting with God.

The Cornerstone Café in the church is also usually open on Wednesday mornings between 10am and 12 noon. The menu includes coffee, tea and hot chocolate as well as scones and toasted teacakes.

The church tower is not open for visitors to climb, due to the peregrine falcons nesting at the top.

Planned exceptions to normal opening times will be listed below, whenever possible.

Christmas services at Cromer Church Christmas thumbnail

You are warmly invited to our Christmas services.
To ensure Covid safety, numbers are limited to a maximum of 250 for each service at the Parish Church (100 for Family Carols at St Martin's).
This number includes everyone in the building, so please remember that even if you are there to exercise a ministry (eg. on sound, welcome, café, musicians, singers, organist, a warden or anything else), you must book a ticket.
Ticket holders will come in to services first, followed by those who haven’t got tickets, but only as numbers allow up to the maximum, so please book in good time.
Please book tickets in advance via Eventbrite to avoid disappointment

12th December Carols by Candlelight
19th December Family Carols (at St Martin's)
24th December Christingle
2pm and 4pm
24th December Midnight Communion
25th December Traditional Communion
25th December All-age Communion
26th December Morning Worship


Christmas Tree Festival

BaublesYou are warmly invited to the Christmas Tree Festival at Cromer Church 
Monday 29th November to Saturday 4th December
from 10am to 5pm (open ’til 6pm on the Saturday).
Cornerstone Café will be open in the church each day during the festival between 10.30am and 4.30pm.

Do come and visit the Crafts2share tree at the Festival on Saturday 4th December from 3pm, when we will be inviting people to choose a bauble from our tree to take home for Christmas in memory of a loved one. There are 150 colourful baubles to choose each crafted by members of Crafts2share.

Church Services

Find details of our church services.

What's on for children and young people

Find out what's on for children, young people and families.

What about adults?!

Details of specifically adult-focused events may be found here.

Coffee mornings at St Martin's mustard seed cropped 

Join us for tea and coffee at 'Mustard Seed', Thursdays at St Martin's between 9am and 12 noon. Come along and experience the relaxed atmosphere and mix of age groups. All welcome.


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