Welcome to St Nicholas Parish Church, North Walsham


    As the churchwardens of St Nicholas, North Walsham we hope you find this website useful and informative.

    This is a large and busy church with much happening.  The Church is located at the centre of the Market Place and is open every day.

    Many people come to light a candle, to say a prayer or leave a prayer request, look around at its amazing history and beauty or just enjoy a little peace and quiet.  Above all we hope that you will join us in worship on a Sunday – our main service is the Parish Communion at 10am with associated worship and activities for children.

    We do, however, have a wide variety of worship both on Sundays and in the week – full details can be found on this site.

    The parish is currently in interregnum and the remaining Ministry Team are continuing to carry out the services.

    We look forward to welcoming you personally.

    Lois Sherman and Nancy Heywood,



    LATEST NEWS.                  Link to Weekly Newsletter here

    Appointment of New Incumbent.  We are delighted to announce that Revd. Paul Cubitt, currently Rector of Blofield and Hemblington will be the next Vicar of the Benefice of St Nicholas, North Walsham and All Saints, Edingthorpe.  Paul has a wife, Clare, and 2 sons who are in schools in Norwich.  Please remember them in your thoughts and prayers.  Lois and Nancy.

    Licencing and Induction of Revd. Paul Cubitt   The Bishop of Thetford will lead the service for the Licencing and Induction of the new Incumbent on Thursday 17th July 2014 at 7.00 pm.

    Easter 2014    The list of Easter Services and Activities.

    Revd Susanna Gunner.    On Thursday 28th November, Susanna was licensed by the the Bishop of Thetford, during the Thursday Morning Communion service, as a Curate (NSM) to the North Walsham and Edingthorpe Benefice.  Best wishes to Susanna in her new role as she becomes part of our Benifice Ministry Team.

     Work starts on Tower.  There has been a great deal of activity around our Church tower in May 2013.  Extensive scaffolding was erected to enable experts to fully assess the extent of the problems.  Following the inspection the scaffolding contractor has taken down the scaffolding, which had extended to the inside of the building as well.  A brochure, supporting the major appeal to help raise the necessary funds to properly repair the tower, has been published and is available in church.


    Architect highlights need for major repairs to windows and tower.  Defective pointing is causing trouble and many windows need releading and structural repair.  Copies of the Architect's Reports on repairs required to the Tower and the Roofs.  We are pleased to report that we have passed the first round of the English Heritage application and they are now doing their own detailed surveys to see how they may be able to help us.


    Text Giving. The parish is now equipped to receive text giving. That means that you can text a gift to the Church via your mobile phone. You simply put the text "SNNW01" with the amount you wish to give and send it to "70070"

    Headley Trust offer grant to restore our medieval screen.  We have been offered practical help as part of a regional scheme.

    • St Nicholas Church, North Walsham - Charity Registration Number: 1130505


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  • Events This Week 

    Friday 18th April
    2:00pm  Good Friday

    Sunday 20th April
    8:00am  Holy Communion
    10:00am  Parish Communion with Procession
    6:30pm  Solemn Evensong

    Monday 21st April
    9:00am  No Morning Prayer

    Tuesday 22nd April
    9:00am  No Morning Prayer

    Wednesday 23rd April
    9:00am  No Morning Prayer
    10:00am  Julian Meeting at Mundesley Rd

    Thursday 24th April
    9:00am  No Morning Prayer
    9:00am  Coffee Morning in Church Halls
    10:30am  Holy Communion

    Friday 25th April
    9:00am  No Morning Prayer

    Saturday 26th April
    9:00am  No Morning Prayer
    7:00pm  Quiz and Shared supper - Church Halls




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