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Services

 

St. Peter's, Clippesby is in the Benefice of Martham, Repps-cum-Bastwick, Thurne & Clippesby

 

Our Benefice consists of four mediaeval churches, each one is  very beautiful and very different.

 

The four churches are:-

St. Mary's Martham,  grade 1 listed and referred to as 'The Cathedral of the Fleggs'.

 

St. Peter's & St Paul's, Repps-cum-Bastwich. Thatched with a round tower,  grade 11* listed & is hoping to undergo restoration soon.

 

St. Edmund's Thurne, Has been recently rethatched &  restored and looks fantastic, worthy of its Grade 11* listing. It occupies a proud position with a superb view of the Bure Valley.

 

St. Peter's Clippesby, the smallest of the four churches, is a little gem. Grade 11* listed It has a round tower, some superb stained glass, mediaeval brasses & more, much more, which you can read about on this website

 

Our  Rector, who is the Assistant Rural Dean and Priest-in-Charge is the Revd. Dr. Steven Sivyer

Tel: 01493  740823

Email: [email protected]

 

Please refer to the Benefice website <marthamchurches.org.uk> for up to date details of service times and places elsewhere. There is a link at the top of this page.

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In  Clippesby Church

We plan to resume our Evening Prayer  Services on the 2nd & 4th Sundays of the month, so we

look forward to welcoming people back to St. Peter's this next 4th Sunday which will be the 27th June at 5pm. followed by a glass of something

nice in the churchyard if its fine.

 

 

For full list of services in the Benefice, see

                                   SERVICES and GET TOGETHERS on ZOOM

 

                Everone is welcome to join in. For details please contact the Rector1                    

 

Morning Prayer is on Sundays at 9.30am

This service is usually followed by a wee chat on line.

 

Night Prayer (Compline) is also on Sundays at 8pm .It is a short contemplative service to end the day and will  continue even as we hold services in our churches again.

 

Drinkypoos happens on a Friday evening at 6pm This is when a few people gather together on Zoom with a nice glass of something and mardle about anything that may have taken place during the week.