All Saints' Church

A welcoming parish church at the heart of the community.

"I love the church because you have the choice of different types of services - the traditional with the beautiful old hymns accompanied by the organ (at the Sunday 9 a.m. service) or the more modern with newer songs, with a mixture of both louder or quieter reflective songs each week (at the Sunday 10.30 a.m. service)."

All Saints’ Church in Mattishall (ASM) is a community of people living in and around Mattishall near Dereham in Norfolk. We meet up on Sundays and at times during the week (in various people’s homes) to worship God and learn together. We would love you to join us, whether as a one-off or more often.

We are a welcoming, supportive and accepting bunch (at least that is what others have told us) as we try to reflect the loving and forgiving nature of God.  With our Sunday services we aim to make people feel at ease with the options of a more traditional service at 9 a.m. (with organ) and a more informal service at 10.30 a.m. (with worship group).

We are a church which takes the bible seriously, trying to allow God to challenge, encourage and change us through it. Our aim is to understand and accept the love of God the Father as shown by Jesus Christ and to be open to the leading of the Holy Spirit.

We hope to see you soon! We have an accessible toilet, baby-changing facilities, (some) parking space available, easy access for wheelchairs and a hearing (induction) loop on the right side of the church. For the various activities, some of which are based in Mattishall and some which are in various places around the benefice, please see the rest of this website.

Outside service times, the church can be visited by borrowing a key from Victoria Stores on Church Plain during shop open times.

If you wish to return directly to the Mattishall page in future, you can type http://mattishall.matvchurch.uk into your webbrowser.

 

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Joint online worship for all the benefice

Join us again for our online Sunday service this Easter Sunday as we celebrate Jesus' resurrection. To join this meeting from 9.45 onwards on the day, please click HERE.

Please see the Online Worship Together section for helpful tips for when taking part in our services.

 
Contact Mark for more details - 01362 882260
 

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ASM prayer breakfast (2 months to go)

 

Priesting of Andrea Woods (3 months to go)

 

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Resources from the Archbishop of Canterbury and Norwich diocese

The Archbishop of Canterbury has created a short series on prayer. See www.archbishopofcanterbury.org/exploring-prayer for details. Also, Norwich Diocese is now running a series of podcasts. See www.dioceseofnorwich.org/news/podcast-sunday-hope/ for details.

 

 

More Recent News & Features

Rootham family and Hillsong song (4 days ago)

 

NIV Audio Bible with narration by David Suchet (4 days ago)

 

Joint worship on Sunday 29th March at 9.45 for 10.00 (5 days ago)

 

Update on continuing to worship, caring, praying, pastoral support and being par (2 weeks ago)

 

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How To Find Us

Coming into Mattishall from the Norwich end, All Saints's church will be clearly on your left. Turn left just before it and after about 100 metres on your right is a car park at the entrance to the churchyard and opposite Victoria stores. This location has a post code of NR20 3QF and is best used if coming by car. More parking can be found just off the main road (Dereham Road) on Old School Green (NR20 3FG) or along the main road itself There is also an hourly bus service which stops opposite the church (route 4 from KonectBus) which comes from Norwich and Dereham.
If coming to the church from the western end of the village, continue to the far end of the village. All Saints' church will be very clearly on your right. Turn right immediately past it to come to the car park mentioned above.

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