Welcome to St. Andrews Methodist Church

We are sorry to say that
ARE CANCELLED at the current time

due to the Covid-19

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For Worship at Home resources during this time,
to go to the page on our Circuit Website where you will find a service you can use at home by Rev. Sharon Willimott
and a link to a 
video service by Revs. Ann & Mike Bossingham, filmed in St. Andrew`s before the church was closed.  

There are also other details and update information etc...

For the Methodist Church`s information on Coronavirus 
it also gives a link to a live streamed service from Wesley Chapel and a service sheet

The letter from the Acting Superintendent of our Circuit
 can be read below

St. Andrews Church

Dear friends,

In the light of government advice and decisions yesterday the Methodist Church will be updating it's advice today.


However in view of the seriousness of the situation I am writing now to advise you of our decisions locally.


The implications of the governments statements yesterday are clear and unequivocal and for us in the North Norfolk Circuit we must respond accordingly.


Therefore let me first express pastoral concern. We will continue as a Circuit and local churches to provide all the pastoral care we can in the circumstances. This will happen largely through telephone contact. The ordained staff are committed to keeping in touch and praying for you all, just as you will be committed to one another. In the smaller churches this may be easier than in the larger ones, however in a number of places we do have lay pastors and care and share groups or class meetings. One of the most important aspects of all this is good communication as we love and care for one another.

The staff want to be kept informed of any illnesses and needs so that practical and spiritual help can be provided.


In terms of meeting together it is important that we cancel non essential meetings and gatherings i.e. coffee mornings, fellowship groups etc., and advise users of our premises that we are closing the premises for all group activities and meetings. (There may be some minor exceptions e.g social need groups dealt with on an individual basis.)


As far as worship is concerned we recognise that the restrictions placed upon the elderly and vulnerable mean that few people will be venturing out to worship on a Sunday. There are only a few preachers not in this elderly or vulnerable category and for pastoral reasons we do not want them to feel they must take their services.

Therefore from now there will be no formal acts of worship.


We believe God would want you to put your health first. There are many ways of offering our worship and nurturing our spirit. In addition to your own devotional material there are other resources which we can recommend to you for use at home.


Many churches are kept open to the public as quiet places and for personal prayer. Please let me know if this is something you wish to happen in your church so that we can help provide appropriate material and monitor the situation.


On a practical note we are not worried about the financial impact on the Circuit. We have reserves and invested funds and know that you will find ways of continuing to 'put aside for God'.

Also on a practical note please be aware of the need to continue to care for the fabric of the church buildings and not let the church mice play while the congregation are away.


This is all very regrettable but we thank God for his love that binds us together We can be all the stronger in this through the way we care for one another within and beyond the church. We must continue to look out beyond the church, do what we can for others - family, friends and neighbours, and pray for all those fighting the disease, seeking a remedy, providing health care, making decisions.


Love and prayers,

Chris Sharp.

Acting Superintendent.


Minister:  for March - Revd. Ann Bossingham

Superintendent Minister:  Revd. Chris SharpEmail

(our minister, Revd. Sharon Thraves, is on sabbatical at the moment, so the contact is as above)

Rev. Sharon Thraves

St. Andrew`s Methodist Church Sheringham, is part of the North Norfolk Circuit
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 St. Andrew`s Methodist Church, Cromer Road, Sheringham,  NR26 8SA