All Saints' Waterden is a chapel of ease in the Parish of South Creake. The village of Waterden, that the church once served, disappeared hundreds of years ago and All Saints' stands alone right out in the fields accompanied only by its Victorian Old Rectory (a rather larger building than the church itself). To help you find the church, there's a map at the bottom of this page.
There is no electricity so, with the exception of the Christmas Eve Carol Service which is candlelit and the daytime Patronal Festival, services are held there in the summer months only.
Sunday 15 April - Evensong 6.00 pm
Sunday 20 May - Evensong 6.00 pm
Sunday 17 June - Evensong 6.00 pm
Sunday 15 July - Evensong 6.00 pm
Sunday 5August - Evensong (time to be confirmed but at end of Open Day)
Sunday 16 September - Harvest Evensong 6.00 pm
Wednesday 01 November - Patronal Festival: Holy Communion (CW) 12.00 pm
Christmas Eve - Service of Lessons and Carols 4.00 pm
How to find All Saints' Waterden
The church is 100 yards off Waterden Lane down a grass track partly hidden by trees. It can be accessed either from the B1105 Fakenham - Wells road or from the B1355 Fakenham - Burnham Market road. Parking is on verge in the lane. The Old Rectory is easily visible from the lane so, if you can see that, you are close.