St. Mary's Church

Welcome to St Mary's Church, Newton Flotman

We are a village church with a congregation of all ages and an informal family feel.

Our worship is simple but includes both traditional and modern music and approaches.

On the first Sunday there is a traditional 8am Holy Communion, followed by a shared breakfast and informal all age service.

On the second Sunday young people and old worship together in Family Communion with some separate activities.

On the third Sunday of the month, there is a a Cafe Church in the School.  On fourth Sundays the adult worship has more space for quiet reflection and the children spend more time in "Special Agents" with crafts, bible stories, worship songs, prayer and games. We try to share God's love in practical ways too, especially through serving within our own village. Why not explore the information on this page and join us for some or all of our activities.We are a village church with a congregation of all ages and an informal family feel.

Newton Flotman is very engaged with the wider community and is currently seeking to reorder the church for wider community use.  More details of our plans can be found on the downloadable leaflet at the bottom of the hom,e page of this site and you can give on line at



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Beetle Drive

The Annual BEETLE DRIVE at the Chapel is great fun and not to be missed.


See you there!

Contact Ian for more details - 01603 396959

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The Blessing of Giving

Around 40 people gathered to worship at our Benefice Service this morning in Swainsthorpe Church.  Julian Bryant from Christian Aid spoke on John 6:1-15.  The collection totalled £175.70 all of which will go to help children in Kenya affected by HIV.  This is a ‘matched giving’ scheme - for every £1 donated another £17 is added - this means the project will benefit by almost £3000.  Thanks to all who gave so generously.

God blesses us to be a blessing!




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