All Saints' Church
Welcome to All Saints' Church at East Tuddenham.
We would love to welcome you to one of our services which are held on the first three Sundays of each month. On the fifth Sunday, we join with the rest of the benefice congregations for a United Benefice service. There is no service at East Tuddenham on the fourth Sunday.
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Blessing of Posada
Sun, 2 Dec, 2018, 10:30am @ East Tuddenham, All Saints'
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Ailwyn Hall Carol Service (4 weeks to go)
Family Carols for Christmas (1 month to go)
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Update on money given at the benefice Harvest Supper
Posted: Thu, 15 Nov, 2018 (6 days ago) by Alan
The amount sent to Barnabas Fund after the benefice Harvest Supper on 5th October was £129.39. We haven't specified how they are to use it, but it is how much it costs, for example, to feed a displaced family for 6 months in places like Syria or Myanmar (Burma).
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Coming towards East Tuddenham from the Norwich direction along the Mattishall Road, the entrance to the drive leading up to All Saints' Church is on your right just before Church Lane. You should be able to see the church set back from the road and on your right as you descend the hill towards East Tuddenham.
If coming to All Saints from the village, the drive leading to the church is on your left just after Church Lane (also on your left).
There is space between the trees on the driveway leading to the church, but it is a bit tight.
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