St Fursey’s Church is an Orthodox Christian community in Stalham, Norfolk, serving the beautiful Norfolk Broads area of England. The Orthodox Church is the ancient Christian Church founded by Jesus Christ and our faith has been handed down by the Apostles’ successors in every generation to the present day. Our parish is part of the Patriarchate of Antioch: the current Patriarch, John X, is the 167th successor to St Peter as bishop of Antioch.
We seek to bear witness to the ancient Christian heritage of the British Isles, and our patron saint is Saint Fursey who founded a Christian monastery in the seventh century only 20 miles away at Burgh Castle. Orthodoxy is a living, experiential faith, and we warmly invite visitors to “come and see” and experience our life in Christ.
Services are normally celebrated at our chapel in Stalham, unless indicated otherwise:
St Fursey’s Orthodox Church,
Fr Stephen Weston is a convert to Orthodoxy with a passion for Britain’s saints. Fr Stephen started the parish in 1998 and was ordained priest in 2011. His missionary work includes an Orthodox stall at local markets, regular inquirer’s evenings, quiet days & retreats, and weekly Bible studies.
Telephone: 01692 580552.
We are fully committed to the highest standards of safeguarding and our Archdiocesan policy is linked here: http://www.antiochian-orthodox.co.uk/departments/pastoral/safeguarding/
The safeguarding officer for our parish is Susan Frazer.
A New Chapel!
After many years of searching and prayer, we have been fortunate enough to purchase the old police station in Stalham. We are now in the process of building a dedicated chapel as an extension to provide more space for our growing community. If you are able, please consider supporting us on our JustGiving page. Thank you for your generosity!