Current members are:-
Fakenham Baptist Community Church
Contact us: Tel: 07414 190140 to speak with one of our Leadership Team
Fakenham Methodist Church
Revd. Andrew King – 01328 862174 – email@example.com
Fakenham Parish Church
Revd. Francis Mason – 01328 862268 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Fakenham Salvation Army Church
Keith and Rosemary Williams – 01328 862029 – email@example.com
Holy Trinity Hempton
Father Paul Lockett – 01328 821626 – firstname.lastname@example.org
St Anthony’s RC Church
Fr Dick Healey – 01328 853481 – email@example.com
With regular meetings Churches Together comes together for prayer and discussion and organises various ecumenical events in the year.
- Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
- The Good Friday Walk of Witness
- Christian Aid Week Collection and events
- Harvest Supper
- Churches Together Carol Service.
- Displays at town events
- One World Week
It also co-operates with the Women’s’ World Day of Prayer and recently EP Youth, and seeks to encourage sharing of information and support all church activities. Membership is open to all Christian denominations affiliated to ‘Churches Together in England’.
2 March – 2pm – Women’s World Day of Prayer at the Salvation Army Hall. A service of worship, celebrating God’s Wonderful Creation, devised by the women of Suriname in North East South America.
From 20 February – 7.30pm – Lent Course – all churches are welcome to this event run in the Parish Church from Tuesday 20 February, repeated on Wednesdays at 2 pm.
Holy Week – 26 to 31 March (but not Maundy Thursday) – 6.30pm – service of Compline each evening in the Parish Church. Please arrive a few minutes early.
Good Friday – 30 March – 11am – all Fakenham’s churches are welcome at the Salvation Army for a service at 11 am. At noon, we shall walk to the Upper Market behind the Cross for a short joint service. Then back to the Salvation Army Hall for hot cross buns !
Good Friday – 30 March – 6pm – there will be a service of Stations of the Cross at the Catholic Church of St. Anthony.
Easter Day 1 April – 7.30am – Sunrise Service at Bullock Hills, Hempton. Breakfast afterwards at the Salvation Army Hall and they would appreciate knowing approximate numbers in advance.
Forthcoming event – Sunday 6 May – Lunchtime Picnic – Picnic for Pentecost in the garden of Ss. Peter and Paul. More details to come, but please put the date in your diary.