Carbrooke Church groups and activities

Carbrooke Parochial Church Council (PCC).

Carbrooke PCC oversee and are responsible for the day to day running of the Church. The PCC are local members of the Church, elected at the AGM. Contact church@carbrookehistory.co.uk


Carbrooke Young Believers.

Childrens Drama Group, held in Carbrooke school on Tuesdays 3.30pm - 4.30pm.

Please contact Julie Denton for more details.


Carbrooke Bell Ringers.

Bell ringers ring at the local Churches. Practise night Friday 7pm at Watton St Mary Church. Contact Diana Millard for more details.


Carbrooke Singers.

Enjoy singing? Why not join Carbrooke Singing group for more details contact David Saunders


Quiet Reflection and Prayer.

Last Wednesday of each month 10.00 am in the Church.  Take a moment out, for Prayer, Peace, Contemplation.


Hymn Singing at Buckingham Lodge Care Home.

On the last Wednesday of the month at 11.00am the residents of Buckingham Lodge Care Home (near the Spar shop), are entertained by a group of singers. Singing ability is not necessarily important, the residents appreciate contact with the community, and hearing hymns and well known songs from their lives often brings back hidden memories. If you are free at that time and interested in taking part, either now and again or regularly, please contact Rev’d Jane Atkins. 01760 441191


Carbrooke Heritage Group.

A group interested in the heritage and history of our locality. We have a small history corner in the church.

Contact: history@carbrookehistory.co.uk


Calling Local Artists, Photographers, Writers and Musicians.

Are you looking for somewhere to paint, photograph, write in peace, or practise an instrument without being told to keep quiet.

Carbrooke Church is open during the day, and anyone is welcome to use it for these purposes.

The building is beautiful, offering inspiration externally for its architecture, and internally for building and furnishing details. As the sun shines through the windows, the impact is wonderful, especially through the stained glass; or the beautiful pink glow on the walls as the sun sets.

The Church has fantastic acoustics and is a marvellous space in which to practise an instrument if you have little space of your own. It also offers a space of quiet, for writers or readers are looking for a place to concentrate in peace.

Anybody is welcome to turn up as they wish to use the space, although it may be more advisable to check that the building is free, especially if you need peace!

Groups are more than welcome, and tea and biscuits can be arranged.


If you would like more information about Carbrooke Church, events or activities, please contact us.

church@carbrookehistory.co.uk

Page last updated 14.10.2013