Cornerstone is our coffee shop in the Parish Church, which is currently closed for the winter months.  Cornerstone is due to reopen just before Easter, and will be a great place to drop in for a snack and a drink, to relax, chat, meet old friends and make new ones. Whether you're young or old, a local resident or a visitor to North Norfolk, interested in the architecture or the Peregrine Falcons, want to play with the toys or explore the building, looking for a place to pray or just want somewhere to sit and rest, you're sure of a warm welcome and we look forward to seeing you.

The Parish Church is open daily from about 9 a.m. until about 5 p.m. and everyone is welcome to come in and look round. Access will be restricted or the church closed to visitors when a wedding, funeral, other service or private event is taking place. Thank you for your understanding and patience at such times. A pair of Peregrine Falcons has set up home in the tower, so the tower will remain closed to visitors until further notice. Cornerstone Café is currently closed for the winter months, but will re-open just before Easter.  (Normal opening hours are 10.00 - 4.00 Monday to Friday, but we'll update the details here if that changes.) The whole church is accessible and there is plenty to see, explore and enjoy. The building is a haven of peace in the middle of our busy town and our busy lives. The chapel offers a quiet space, with ideas and resources to help you pray, where you can leave a prayer request, thanksgiving or remembrance. So, whether you're interested in the architecture or the stained glass, want to attend a service or are looking for a few minutes peace and quiet to sit and think and pray, please come in. You'll be very welcome.

During term time, we run several groups for pre-school children with their parents and carers.

Light Break Café (8.45-10.00) and Baby Playtime (10.00-11.30) take place on Mondays at St Martin’s in Mill Road.

Take-a-Break (10.00-11.30) meets on Tuesdays in the Parish Hall, opposite Boots, in Church Street, while Take-a-Break Too (10.00-11.30) takes place on Thursdays at St Martin’s in Mill Road.