Dates for your 2020 diary:
Details about all services and events at our church are also published in the monthly Parish Magazine. Follow the hyperlinks to see more details about our events.
Please be aware that we take photos of our events – if you do not wish to appear in photos please speak to a member of the Church Action Group or the photographer.
You can also find details about our events and those at other local churches on the web pages for the Aylsham Team Ministry
April 10th Walk of Witness from Haveringland to Oulton (Good Friday)
Scroll down to see photos of the Walk of Witness 2019 below
May 17th RAF 100 Group Reunion visit (Sunday) May 24th Rogation Service Rogation Services at St. Peter’s Church June 13th and 14th Cake and Rake 10:00- 15:00 (Saturday and Sunday)
The community comes together to tidy the churchyard and Avenue of Remembrance helping to create a wildlife haven. The churchyard at St. Peter’s Church
June 21st Haveringland Open Gardens 2020 (Sunday) June 28th St. Peter’s Day Service Patronal Festival 2019 July Evening silence at St Peter’s (date to be confirmed) August 1st and 2nd Cake and Rake 10:00- 15:00 (Saturday and Sunday) September 12th Norfolk Churches Cycle Ride September 19th Heritage Open Day events (Saturday) on the theme of “Hidden Nature” September 20th Heritage Open Day events (Sunday) September 27th Harvest Festival Service (Sunday) Harvest Festival 2019 October Compline with silence (date to be confirmed) October 31st & November 1st Cake and Rake 10:00- 15:00 (Saturday and Sunday) November 8th Service of Remembrance (Sunday) December 13th Carol by Candlelight Service Carol Service 2019
Events and photo gallery
Heritage Open Days 2019
It was great to welcome so many people to St. Peter’s Church during our Heritage Open Days. Read the full report with photos here: People Power Success!
Forties in the fields 2019
Once again we all enjoyed taking a step back to the 1940s. We welcomed friends, old and new, to soak up the atmosphere. The church was beautifully decked out with flags, bunting and posters from the 1940s, with a display about Swannington Airfield and some of those who were here at that time. There was some wonderful singing from Timescape, even dancing in the aisles. Then the church fell silent as everyone listened, spellbound, to Eileen’s tales about her life in Haveringland and further afield during World War Two. Bar Rene proved popular, as did the refreshments. Even the horses outside listened in!
See more photos and further information about Forties in the Fields here.
Silence at the church in the fields
Inspired by similar events at Norwich Cathedral, we share the chance to retreat from the noise of our modern lives. Here are full details about the Haveringland Silence 2019 event or you can also watch a short video about past Haveringland Silence events
Sung compline with silence
Our first ever sung compline included twenty minutes silence instead of spoken prayers. Find out more: Sung compline with silence at Haveringland
Haveringland past, present and future 2019
St. Peter’s Church opened its doors so that visitors could learn about its past, discover more about forthcoming events and services and hear about our vision for its future, share your ideas and discuss how you might be able to help.
Walk of Witness 2019
Service of Light 2019
Here is a short video about the Service of Light 2019