Fulmerston Church from January 5th 2021
In the light of a national lockdown being re-introduced into England from 5th January 2021, Fulmerston Church will be closed for Sunday services and use by groups until further notice.
We recognise that UK Government guidelines allow churches to remain open during this period. However, given the significant increase in numbers of Covid-19 infections and pressure on the NHS, we stand with the wider community in making every effort to limit the spread of the virus.
If you, or anyone you know, is in need of support or help, please contact us on 01842 763241 and leave a message on the answerphone which will be checked regularly. Or email Linda Hunter, Church Centre Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Christian meetings began in this building (right) in 1963. They were the result of a desire by King's Street Baptist Church, situated in Thetford town centre, to have some form of church on the Barnham Cross Estate as it was being developed. Initially, meetings were just held in the building on Sunday evenings.
However by 1985, Fulmerston Christian Fellowship (known as Fulmerston Church) had become a church in its own right. Since then it has always sought to practically express the love of God, as demonstrated by Jesus Christ, to people on the Estate and surrounding area.
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