North Walsham Congregational Church

Reverend Richard Woodhouse  07775948819

Church Secretary: Anna Davies  01692 409026


    History of North Walsham Congregational Church


    The Church was built in 1856 and is the third Congregational Church built in the town. It is built of stone with a knapped flint covering. It is a high structure which gives wonderful acoustics and forms an imposing position over the immediate surrounding area. The clock which still runs was built specifically for the Church by a local Clock maker, whose descendants from America visited the Church.
    We have a Shepherd Stain Glass window which was removed from the first Congregational Church at Bradfield, which closed in the early 1960's. We also have a lovely pipe organ which is still played .

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