St. Peter's, Clippesby is in the Benefice of Flegg (Martham)
We are in interregnum at present but we look forward to licensing a new Priest-inCharge on the 4th of November.
Our Benefice consists of four churches and we are fortunate to have two retired priests
The four churches are:-
St. Mary's Martham, it is grade 1 listed and referred to as 'The Cathedral of the Fleggs'.
St. Peter's & St Paul's, Repps-cum-Bastwich. It is thatched with a round tower, is grade 11* listed & is hoping to undergo restoration soon. It has good car parking.
St. Edmund's Thurne, Has been recently rethatched & restored and looks fantastic, worthy of its Grade 11* listing. It occupies a proud position with a superb view of the Bure Valley.
St. Peter's Clippesby is the smallest of the four churches, and is a little gem. It has a round tower, some beautiful stained glass, mediaeval brasses & more which you can read about on this website. It is Grade11* listed.
The established pattern of services for the churches is undergoing change at the present as we wait for our new minister.
Martham church usually has a service every Sunday from 11am.
Repps and Clippesby have a Sunday service on alternate weeks and at present Thurne has one servicea month.
Clippesby has a weekly Evening Prayer on Wednesdays at 4pm (when in British Summer Time).
Please refer to the monthly timetables on the left for up to date details of service times and places.
Clippesby Church services in pink
Clippesby's Evening Prayer
Wednesdays at 4 pm
Thurne 9.30 a.m.