The Rev’d Kevin Billson is providing a live streamed online service every Sunday with a downloadable order of service. After it has finished the service is still available to be viewed at anytime.
A full list of these services including the next streamed service can be accessed through the following link:
Click here to access the Online Service Page
Sunday services now regularly take place in the Churches of Blofield and Hemblington and we look forward to welcoming worshippers.
Sunday services are held in Hemblington Church with North Burlingham at 9.30 am and in Blofield Church at 11.00 am. Services alternate between Holy Communion and a Service of Morning Worship.
There are benefice Morning prayers on Tuesdays at 9.00 am by Zoom. There are benefice Morning prayers on Thursdays at Hemblington Church at 9.00 am. The Wednesday morning service at 9.30 am is also currently by Zoom.
Sunday services on the YouTube channel and on Facebook, are now as announced through our email groups, and notified to those who subscribe to the YouTube channel: Kevin Billson.
Our church buildings will remain open for private prayer at published times and to offer online services. If you wish to receive more information on these online services then please contact us and we will add you to our distribution lists.
Blofield Church is now open for private prayer on Mondays through to Friday from 9.30 am – dusk.
We request that you follow government guidelines by cleaning you hands with the supplied antiseptic gel, providing your contact details or using the QR code and not entering the cordoned off areas.
Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line. The line – which is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044 – has been set up particularly with those unable to join online church services during the period of restrictions in mind.
If you know someone who does not have access to the internet and might appreciate this service then please pass on the number. Calls are free of charge.
The Paston family wrote a prodigious number of letters in the 15th century which have been saved and teach us much of life in those times. Edward Paston, 1550 – 1630, had a Manor House in Blofield and was buried in Blofield Church. One of the most prominent Norfolk families is getting a huge boost from the Heritage Lottery Fund – and it will enable people across the county and beyond to join up the dots in its 300 year history.
The 600 Paston Footprints Project will, over a three year period, engage with 11 key centres in Norfolk (Paston, Bacton, North Walsham, Gresham, Mannington, Oxnead, Hellesdon, Blofield, Mautby/Caister, Norwich and Dereham) to work with and support local community groups, schools, walkers, churches, museums and the owners of key sites, to provide resources, information boards, events, activities, workshops, podcasts, booklets, and maps of heritage trails and cycle routes. Look out for Blofield’s part in this exciting venture.
Thanks to Paul Brittain of Norfolk360.co.uk you can now experience a 360 degree tour of the inside and outside of our church by using the following links:
View inside Blofield Church on Google Tours
View outside Blofield Church on Google Tours