Redenhall & Wortwell

The Church of The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (St. Mary's)

The original Mother church of the parish of Redenhall with Harleston and Wortwell - there may have been a church here c.1000-1100 and in the early 1300s the present chancel was built.  

Worship

Services have resumed in some benefice churches but vary considerably week by week. Please consult the Services page of this website for details.

Annual Meetings (2020 and 2021)

Our Parish Annual Meeting for this year and 2020 will be at 3pm on Tuesday 20th April 2021 via Zoom. The Zoom meeting link is: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83377447613?pwd=TlhsV3pxMjR2ZlJ3LytvaHA2UmdBQT09

All paperwork will be provided on request. Please contact the Rector.

Contact- Churchwarden

Michael Clark - 07427 586806

Donations

To support this very special piece of Norfolk heritage and the people who continue its legacy of faith please click here: St Mary's Redenhall

Christmas 2016 by Ian Carstairs

Sunrise, Christmas Eve Morning 2016 by Ian Carstairs

Early Bird by Ian Carstairs

In 1620 "The Mayflower" sailed for America,carrying the Pilgrim Fathers, including Edward and Samuel Fuller of Redenhall.  
Today we welcome several Fuller descendants each year who come to trace their ancestors.

1842-3. The G.M.Holdich organ was erected on a gallery at the west end.  For those who know of such things, this is worth a visit in itself.

There is The GAWDY FAMILY CHAPEL (mid 1500s) with its triple square headed window and its own entrance with the tortoise badge of the Gawdys above.

Of great note is the double headed eagle brass lectern, thought to be one of only three in the country.


The Benefice of Redenhall with Scole: 7 Church of England churches that serve Billingford, Brockdish, Harleston, Needham, Redenhall, Scole, Thorpe Abbotts, and Wortwell.

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