Our church dates back to the 13th Century and has a colourful history, originally being a Priory Church housing a college of friars. Although the monks had gone by 1536, there are still some remains of their monastery to the north of the church. Inside, there are two extremely well-preserved tombs dating back to the 1300s. For more about the history of Holy Trinity, please see Holy Trinity Church Ingham Booklet .
Today the church is alive and well with services every week. If you would like to come and join us, you would be very welcome.
Sunday 3rd Holy Communion 9:15am
Monday 4th Compline 9:00pm
Sunday 10th Morning Prayer 9:15am
Monday 11th Lent Compline 9:00pm
Sunday 17th Holy Communion 9:15am
Monday 18th Lent Compline 9:00pm
Sunday 24th Morning Prayer 9:15am
Monday 25th Lent Compline 9:00pm
Sunday 31st Benefice Holy Communion (Mothering Sunday 10:30am
On Third Sunday of the month, ‘Green Shoots’ meets in Stalham church rooms at 10am.
This is a family-friendly, short, interactive service using all the senses.
About our services
Services at Ingham use Common Worship Order Two (traditional language). At Holy Communion services there is alcohol free wine and gluten free bread available
Services are either said, or have hymns accompanied by iPod or organ. Followed by coffee or tea & fellowship.
Great news Ingham church has a friend’s group now upon and running please take a look at The Friends Info booklet.
Mrs Bunty McClean:01692 583481