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The Parish Church was built in the 15th Century and was extensively restored in the late 19th Century. Today, it's home to a large congregation with friendly, relaxed and contemporary services in a variety of styles. Visitors are welcome at all...more
All reviews stained glass windows organ recital west window small fee sunday service highest tower steep steps small community second world war choir stalls interesting building bell tower well worth a visit on hand to answer any questions lovely volunteers middle of town great history
A warm and friendly welcome to a variety of services to suit all tastes, with sound biblical teaching in a beautiful building. Cafe operates in the church during the week, but tower not open to the public because of the peregrines nesting at the top.
Right in the centre of the town they are welcoming ever day (not just Sundays).
It has a nice cafe and is cooler on very warm days.
If the tower is open, this varies due to bird activity on the tower, the view over Cromer...More
We walked in from West Runton campsite for morning worship. Loved the service and great sense of being outward focussed in mission. Only criticism was lack of welcome. First words we heard were ‘you can’t sit there’ (no signs on the pew to say it...More
An historic Parish church to look around, you can even take a drink and bite to eat inside. This year there has been nesting peregrines on top of the roof which are televised inside the building. They also provided information about the birds and you...More
we had a lovely visit , nice lunch , we was looked after by the ladies who look after the church , its lovely and the peragins was there nesting and had their babies , a special time for the church , ,
We called into the church for a little look around as we usually do when in Cromer as we think it is a lovely building . We knew that we would be unable to go up the tower on this occasion due to the birds...More
We came out for a meal and stopped in Cromer.We saw a lot of activity by the church so went over to have a look, a lady came up and said that there were a pair of peregrine falcon fledglings that were ready to fly...More
The banners on the pillars told me this was a church that preached the Gospel with meaning for the 21st century. I was sorry my visit was so short I would love to attend their services and be surrounded with the beauty of the building...More