Welcome to St Margaret's Church
St Margaret's Church was consecrated in 1346, although, as a chapel, it had already been a place of worship for a long time. The Church is dedicated to St. Margaret of Antioch who was very popular in East Anglia during the 14th Century. St Margaret’s is a gem of a Church with a traditional pattern of worship. Holy Communion, Morning Prayer and Evensong are all celebrated according to the Book of Common Prayer. Weddings, Baptisms and Marriages follow the modern pattern.
The Newton Choir contributes to the Christmas, Easter and Harvest worship.
The Church and the members of the congregation are all involved in the heart of the community life and the pastoral care in the village. There is a fortnightly coffee morning in the village hall and a monthly pensioners’ lunch in which we are involved.