The Church of Our Lady Saint Mary South Creake is one of the most beautiful and spiritually uplifting churches in England. Come and visit us - we're open every day of the year. Click here for How to Find Us. Have a browse through our picture Gallery to see our famous angel roof and the other treasures of this amazing Grade I Listed north Norfolk church.
Our Sunday Eucharist is at 10am (for very occasional variations see the Calendar to the right). It's inclusive Common Worship in the Anglo-Catholic tradition with incense and bells and a friendly welcome to visitors.
On our FAQs page we answer, or attempt to answer, some of the more commonly asked questions about our Church and our Christian faith.
Several English bishops have published their reflections on the Lambeth Conference. I linked to the one from Chelmsford earlier, and here are a few more. Bishops of Lichfield, Shrewsbury and Stafford Bishops of Ely and Huntingdon Bishop of Manchester Bishops of Worcester and Dudley Bishop of Ramsbury Church Times Leader comment: Was the Lambeth Conference […]The post Opinion â 13 August 2022 first appeared on Thinking Anglicans.
Update There has been a second press release (and the Church Times article has been updated). Bishop’s suspension is lifted after appeal lodged August 10, 2022 The suspension of the Rt Rev Anne Dyer has been lifted with immediate effect, after the Bishop of Aberdeen & Orkney gave notice of an appeal against the decision […]The post Bishop of Aberdeen & Orkney suspended first appeared on Thinking Anglicans.
We have reported previously on the issue of whether the Independent Safeguarding Board is indeed an independent body in any meaningful sense. See below for links to earlier articles. Martin Sewell has written aÂ Letter to the Charity CommissionÂ setting out in comprehensive detail (13 pages) the relationship between the Archbishops’ Council and the Independent Safeguarding Board. […]The post Archbishopsâ Council and ISB: letter to Charity Commission first appeared on Thinking Anglicans.
South Creake Parochial Church Council, which has the care of the churches of Our Lady Saint Mary South Creake and All Saints Waterden, fully supports and accepts the ordination of both men and women as deacons, priests and bishops in the Church of England and in the wider Anglican Communion. We welcome everyone to the family of our churches regardless of their age, physical ability, ethnicity, gender, or sexuality.
This statement was formally and unanimously agreed at South Creake Annual Parochial Church Meeting on 9 April 2014.