Thank you for taking the time to visit and find out more about us.
Heacham Parish Church, St Mary the Virgin, dates back to the 13th century, though a church building or Christian community existed prior to the current buildings being constructed.
The Reverend Veronica Wilson, first came to St Mary the Virgin in April 2014 is now priest in charge of the church.
Our church is committed to following Christ as faithful disciples in the 21st century.
Do explore the website and come and join us on a Sunday.
Come as you are, all are welcome. We would love for you to join us.
DAY OF PRAYER
This Saturday we’re holding a day of prayer at St Mary’s church from 7am to 7pm. The theme of the day is Healing, Hope and Remembrance and everyone is welcome to come along for as much or as little of the day as you like.
There will be plenty of quiet space and opportunities to pray alone or with others. And if you would like us to pray for you or for a situation in you life please send a confidential message to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject heading “Prayer Day Request”.
We have our service every Sunday at 10am, with communion normally on alternate Sundays. Please go to the Calendar to check the up to date services.
From Sunday 7th November we will no longer have pre-recorded services online. Instead we will be recording our service, which will then be available to watch online.
SUNDAY 17TH OCTOBER
The church is open to visit every day from 10 - 4 for prayer and reflection.
Every morning, Monday - Friday, a small number of our church family meet for Morning Prayer, using the Northumbria Community daily office. Currently this is taking place via Zoom. If you would like to join us, contact the church office (email@example.com) for the Zoom link.
You can find the Morning Prayer, and more about the Northumbria Community, by clicking on the link below.
For our online worship, see the links below, or go to the Online Worship webpage
To find out more out this years Craft Fayre, click on the link below.
SAVE OUR QEH
Heacham Parish Church supports the 'Save our QEH' Campaign
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital was built 41 years ago, with an expectancy that the hospital would be updated or replaced within thirty years. The concrete roof is in serious decay, and is in need of replacement, or a new hospital to be built.
To find out more, click on the link Save our QEH
As well as our online services, you can access other resources by clicking on the links below.
You can access all our videos using the YouTube link below