Welcome to the website for St Agnes' Church in Cawston, Norfolk. The church comprises a lively all-age congregation of around 50 people every Sunday.

St Agnes' Church is one of the finest church buildings in Norfolk. The large 14th century church lies at the centre of the village. The bell tower rises almost 120 feet (37 metres) and is visible for miles around.

The building attracts many visitors each year with its fine hammer beam roof, decorated with carved angels, and a 15th century painted rood screen. Please come and join our regular worship (see calendar opposite) or just to marvel at this fine historic church.

Latest News and Announcements

April Parish Magazine

There aren’t many reasons why our parish magazine would not be printed and distributed, but the current pandemic crisis has meant we have to distribute this month’s edition electronically. Please download it from here and read it on your phone, tablet or computer.

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Palm Sunday Worship (5th April)

Palm Sunday Worship

Join us at 10:30am for a service of Holy Communion from the Rectory in Cawston. Tune in early for ideas to help you make your own ‘palm’ cross.

Posted by Cawston Parish Church on Sunday, 5 April 2020

Little Fishes Live (2nd April)

Little Fishes Live

Join us on Thursday at 2pm for more excitement. Please send in your videos and show us what you’ve been up to this week.

Posted by Little Fishes on Thursday, 2 April 2020

Holy Communion (29th March)

Holy Communion for the 5th Sunday of Lent

A Service from the Rectory in Cawston

Posted by Cawston Parish Church on Sunday, 29 March 2020

Little Fishes Live (26th March)

Little Fishes Live

Join us for more stories, some baking and a spot of gardening.

Posted by Little Fishes on Thursday, 26 March 2020

Church building closed

The Archbishops and Bishops of the Church of England have urged everyone to follow the instructions given by the Prime Minister to stay in their homes in a national effort to limit the transmission of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

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