Committed to God - through worship, prayer and scripture
Committed to Community - within our congregation and reaching out
Committed to Growth - in discipleship, service and numbers
Please visit our Service Times page for our new pattern of services for 2017
to read our latest newsletter please click here /content/pages/documents/1491507027.pdf
Our next service is on Sunday 30th April
10.00am Holy Communion at South Wootton Village Hall
followed by our Annual Parish Church Meeting (APCM)
The next Breakfast at 10 is on Sunday 7th May 2017 10 - 11.30 am at South Wootton Village Hall. See Breakfast at 10 page for more details.
Breakfast is served, we learn and worship together.
Everyone is welcome.
ST. MARY’S DROP-IN – Are you free on a Thursday? Come in for a coffee– we’ll be there! The Drop-In runs from 8.45 – 12 midday each Thursday - the church is welcoming, there are tables to sit around, quizzes to do and games to play. There are toys for young children to play with. We serve tea, coffee, squash and delicious home baking. Come along to chat to friends, or to make new one and enjoy a good cuppa and a piece of cake.
The Church in the Woottons
Near King's Lynn
If you are looking for a new Church please go to our Service Times pages to find out when and where we meet. We try to cater for a broad range of preferences and seek to offer something for everyone - whether you prefer formal or informal worship, adult based or all-age teaching we hope you will feel at home with us. We also run several home groups which meet either during the day or evening. A mixture of teaching, worship and prayer is offered by the groups and many people find them a very enjoyable and enriching place to be.
If you are hoping to get married in Church or have your child baptised (Christened) there are special webpages for you too, and you can get in touch with us by 'phone or email us using the form provided.
If you want to find out more about Christianity, why not come along to one of our Alpha Courses? A new one will be starting at the end of February next year. You can find out more by looking at our Alpha Course webpage.
On this website we hope you will find all the information you need about our Church. If you visit one of our Churches I am sure you will receive a very warm welcome and within our programme of services, events and activities, I hope you will find just what you are looking for.
James Nash - Rector of the Church in the Woottons
We are part of the Diocese of Norwich in the Church of England
and belong to Churches Together in King's Lynnhttp://www.churchestogetherkingslynn.com/