Place:Wymondham Abbey, Wymondham, Norfolk, England

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NameWymondham Abbey
TypeChurch
Coordinates52.570556°N 1.108333°E
Located inWymondham, Norfolk, England

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Wymondham Abbey (pronounced Windham) is the Anglican parish church for the town of Wymondham in Norfolk, England. A wide range of services for worship take place, including different formats such as Messy Church, Sunday Sung Eucharist, Pram Service, Morning Prayer and Evensong with Benediction. It is an active parish with a variety of groups running: prayer and bible study, social groups, Mothers' Union branch, the WAY youth group, choir, Friends of the Abbey. There is also much interest in the history of the building and parish, with an archivist and a Preservation Trust in operation. There are around 200 people on the Electoral roll and a similar number attend one of the four Sunday worship services.

The church is open daily and welcomes around 20,000 visitors each year.

Sunday services are at 8 am (Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion), 9.15 (Informal Communion service with activities for children), 10.30 (Sung Eucharist with choir) and 6.30 (Choral Evensong). Morning and Evening prayer is said daily.

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