Binham Priory guided tours
There is a Guided Tour of Binham Priory and its monastic precincts every Sunday and Tuesday afternoon starting at 3.00pm. These tours last for about an hour and run throughout the summer months from May to September. Booking ahead is not necessary. Many visitors find the interpretation panels very informative but if you like to ask questions or want the latest news about this building then do come along and join one of our tours.
Group tours can be arranged at mutually convenient times by contacting Maureen Frost on 01328 830362. A donation of £2 per person will help us to maintain this magnificent priory church.
Binham Priory Events
Binham Priory hosts a wide range of music, arts and social events and activities
The Priory Church of St Mary and the Holy Cross is open daily between 10am and 3.30pm for individual prayer in line with social distancing and hand hygiene guidelines.
The Priory Church of St Mary and the Holy Cross is open for worship as listed under Services in line with social distancing and hand hygiene guidelines.
Zoom Services on Sundays will continue on a monthly basis – the first Sunday of the month at 5pm.
To participate please telephone Ian Newton on 01328 830947 or email iannewton46@ gmail.com. You will be warmly welcomed.
Ian Whittle is very keen that we continue to offer services for any who are not able to come to church.
I have been delighted to take part in Divine Worship on Zoom, made possible by Mr. Ian & Canon Fiona Newton, with whom I’ve worked closely over these last months. Vast thanks to all.
My Dear Friends and Parishioners,
The year draws to its close, and all things living,
plantwise, shrink away. We, though, cling to life; and so we should. We are made and equipped to Live, to face adversity, to take pleasure, to exhibit the virtues: loyalty, courage, kindness and long-suffering. New Year seems away off – but the Church’s New Year begins at Advent: Coming. There are four weeks for the preparation of ourselves for Death, Judgement, Heaven and Hell; and then Christmas, the Nativity of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. And what a wonder.
Intertwined in all that we do is the heavenly, the eternal. It’s a time of forgiveness, of persistence, of loving care. But also of recognition, of determination of absolute glorious declaration. “Unto us a Son is born. Unto us a Son is given….” And here is our health, our saving, our ultimate security, our peace; and the whole created order sings: in science, art, music, simplicity.
May I wish you a thoughtful few weeks before Christmas; and then, Fire every cannon, ring every bell, pull every cracker, and proclaim Jesus Christ is born. And a peaceful, blessed and healthy New Year!
Yours very truly,
The Rectory, Langham 01328 830246
Forthcoming Service Times – April
|4th April||Sunday||Easter Sunday||11.00am||Holy Communion
Isaiah 25, 6-9
Acts 10, 30-43
John 20, 1-18
|11th April||Sunday||The Second Sunday of Easter||11.00am||Morning Prayer
Acts 4, 32-35
1 John 1, 1-2.2
John 20, 19 to end
|18th April||Sunday||The Third Sunday of Easter||11.00am||Morning Prayer
Acts 3, 12-19
1 John 3, 1-7
Luke 24, 36b-48
|25th April||Sunday||The Fourth Sunday of Easter||No Service
Acts 4, 5-12
1John 3, 16 to end
|2nd May||Sunday||The Fifth Sunday of Easter||11.00am||Holy Communion
Acts 8, 26 to end
1 John 4, 7 to end
John 15, 1-8
|9th May||Sunday||The Sixth Sunday of Easter||11.00am||Morning Prayer
Acts 10, 44-end
1 John 5, 1-6
John 15, 9-17
|16th May||Sunday||The Seventh Sunday of Easter||11.00am||Morning Prayer
Acts 1, 15-17, 21 to end
1 John 5, 9-13
John 17, 6-19
|23rd May||Sunday||Pentecost||9.30am||Morning Prayer
Acts 2, 1-21
Romans 8, 22-27
John 15, 26-27, John 16, 4b-15
|30th May||Sunday||Trinity Sunday||10.30pm||Holy Communion
Group Service at Sharrington
Isaiah 6, 1-8
Romans 8, 12-17
John 3, 1-17