UPDATE FROM HEACHAM PARISH CHURCH
Following the Prime Ministers instruction tonight, the Church of England has made a statement, that all churches will close with immediate effect. Heacham Parish Church will remain closed until further notice.
We continue to pray for our world and our village and will do all we can to support our local community during this difficult time.
Psalm 46: 1 God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.
with my prayers and best wishes
Revd Veronica Wilson 01485 570697 email@example.com
A copy of the Archbishops letter can be seen by following the link below.
A letter from the Bishop's of Norwich, Lynn and Thetford is below.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Community Support March 2020
If you need help or support Heacham Parish Church is there for you - just ask
We have a small team ready to help with shopping, medication collecting, posting letters etc. for those who are self-isolating - just ask
We are also offering telephone support to those who are worried, lonely or would simply like a friendly chat - just ask
We will continue to pray for our village community, local area and the world, if you would like us to pray for you or someone you know - just ask
We have prepared some prayer resources to use at home and for those who can’t get to church, if you’d like a copy - just ask (or click on the link below)
We will do all we can to help our community in the coming days, weeks and months – just ask
Jesus said: Peace I leave with you, my peace I give to you. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.
Please ring or email Revd Veronica Wilson: 01485 570697 firstname.lastname@example.org
or email email@example.com
Within our church family, we pray daily for the village, for the people who live here, who work here, as well as for mission groups that we support. We are helped to do this by using a prayer directory which has been recently updated. A copy can be found by clicking on the link below.
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.