The Norwich circuit has sixteen churches stretching from the north eastern suburbs of Norwich to Old Buckenham in the south west and ranging from large city centre and suburban churches to small country chapels.

All our churches are listed below. Click on the church’s name to go to their individual page.

Churches within Norwich City and suburbs:

Bowthorpe Church

A partnership of Anglican, Baptist, Methodist and United Reformed Churches serving the new and growing community of Bowthorpe.

Bowthorpe Road

The Chinese Methodist church. Services are in Mandarin and English

Chapel Field Road

A city centre church with a wide age range membership of over 180. With a warm atmosphere and a friendly welcome for all.


A church at the heart of its suburban community with a range of activities in a comfortable building which was erected in 1964 and recently renovated.

Mile Cross

a caring community church of 40 members.  It has very good, large premises, a congregation of mixed age and culture, and actively reaches out to its community.

Rosebery Road

A traditional neighbourhood church of 35 members serving New Catton and surrounding areas.

St Peters Jessopp Road

The former St Peter’s Park Lane Methodist Church and Jessopp Road URC have entered into a full Local Ecumenical Partnership. The services alternate between Methodist and URC led.


Set in the middle of Sprowston with a heart for the local community we are an active Church of around 100 members welcoming all ages.  Sunday services embrace different styles of worship with numerous midweek activities.

Churches to the north and north-west of Norwich

Drayton & Horsford

A small church with a congregation of 15 to 20, fully handicap accessible, with Sunday services especially accommodating adults with learning disabilities.

Trinity Thorpe Marriott

Trinity is an ecumenical church situated on a rapidly expanding housing estate north-west of Norwich. It was built in 1991 by the Methodist and Anglican Churches in partnership and now boasts a membership from several denominations.  Trinity is a Local Ecumenical Partnership comprising the Anglican Churches in Taverham and Drayton and Drayton Methodist Church.

Churches to the south and south-west of Norwich


We are a small, friendly and welcoming Christian community, who seek to worship and serve God in Jesus Christ. By our life and witness we hope to enrich the life of our community and help others to a deeper experience of Christian faith.


The Methodist Church at Forncett St Peter has now closed. If you have an enquiry about the Burial Ground, please contact the Circuit Office.

Framingham Earl

Framingham Earl Methodist Church, in its worship of God and proclamation of the gospel, provides a friendly and welcoming atmosphere in which you can meet in Christian fellowship. We seek to serve the needs of the community and we are deeply involved in the life of Framingham Earl and Poringland Churches Together.


Hethersett Methodist Church welcomes all who seek to worship God, and to serve God in their lives.  we enjoy a wide range of worship styles, and full information about all our activities is on our website.


Sunday services are usually at 3.00 pm attended by a friendly group of people with a cup of tea and a chat afterwards.  Special services are supported by the village. 

Old Buckenham

A small village church which has been recently refurbished in a picturesque setting and with its own car park.  It is situated a short distance from the large village green.


Wymondham Methodist Church is located in the Town Green end of this old market town. We warmly welcome people of all ages. Our worship style varies from formal to informal and includes praise and contemplative services. Worship is led by the church’s minister and a team of local preachers and ministers from the circuit. The Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper is celebrated once a month.