St Nicholas, Bracon Ash

Warm and Welcoming Traditional Anglican Worship

St Nicholas Church, Bracon Ash is always open and visitors are very welcome to explore this attractive and ancient church. There is room for cars to park on the grass verge outside the church gate. Alternatively the elderly and disabled are welcome to drive up the church path itself, by arrangement with the churchwarden.

There are two services a month.  Morning Prayer is on the first Sunday in the month at 9.00 and Holy Communion is on the third Sunday at 9.00.

Coffee is served every week at 9:15am on Friday, to accompany half an hour of reading the Bible and saying simple prayers together.  All welcome.

The services follow the Traditional Common Worship pattern. Festivals are shared with Hethel Church and the rest of the benefice.  The notice board outside the church is always up to date.

We also hold a Messy Church every school holiday and half term break for children and their families.


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Masks must to be worn at all services held in church.



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How To Find Us

The church can be found on School Road. Travelling from Mulbarton south on the B1113, turn first right after the roundabout and continue along School Road.

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