Harvest House

Harvest House


Harvest House has many possible uses. The house can be hired as a complete facility or rooms can be hired individually. (In the event of more than one booking in the house, the ground floor hirer would have use of the front garden and first option on the kitchen.)
It has been used for church prayer meetings, Counselling sessions, Alpha weekends, Tearcraft Sales, training days, Bible Study, Music and Drama group rehearsals, Sunday School away days, Fellowship group activities, Bring and Share meals, a country day out for city churches - and is the main locations for Mulbarton Church's children's and young people's groups on Sunday mornings.


  • A large meeting room (9.1m x 3.3m) with direct access to the front garden.
  • Kitchen with "range" cooker, fridge-freezer, microwave, water heater, crockery and cutlery.
  • A cloakroom-WC with disabled facilities.


  • "Common View" (3.4m x 3.9m).
  • "Barn View" (3.5m x 3.8m). This hold the storage of toys and materials for babies and toddlers, so is best suited as a cr?che.
  • A "Prayer Room" (3.5m x 3.0m). This is set out a comfortable place to pray, with many helpful items and pictures to help.
  • A cloakroom-WC with shower.
  • There is also a small church office which is not for hire.


  • A private, gravelled car park, holding around 15 cars. (Further parking is available at the church and near-by village hall.)
  • The front garden is an enclosed, child-friendly area, with direct access into the main meeting room.
  • The back garden is a large, open grassed area, spreading out to both sides. There is also a small climbing-frame with a slide.
  • There is also a "Party Tent" (5m v 3m) that may be available. This can be placed anywhere in the garden, but is often sited against the doorway into the main room to give an extra "outdoor room".

There are various items of equipment that can be moved around as required:

    • Chairs - both "indoor" and outdoor "picnic" varieties.
    • Tables - mainly melanine, folding-leg varieties.
    • Catering facilities - mugs, plates, cutlery, pans, dishes, etc.
    • Children's and baby's toys.
    • Some outdoor games - footballs, badminton, hoola-hoops, etc.
    • Televisions are located in most rooms (but no TV licence!), with video recorders or DVD players.


Hire cost is from £5.50 - full details or rents can be found by contacting the booking secretary, Caroline Dunlop on 01508 579111, Mon-Thu 10am-1pm, or by email on caroline@mulbchurch.org.uk

Minimum hire 2 hours.

Deposit required of £25, repayable after post-booking inspection.

Contact:  Caroline Dunlop
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Flower Arranging

Flower Arranging

We have an enthusiastic team of flower arrangers, who deck the church with floral beauty for Sundays and specail occasions.  The team is always open to helping others discover their hidden talents.

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The Mulbarton band of bell ringers ring for Weddings and special occasions (including the queens Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics). Practices are every Wednesday 7.30 until 9pm. 

WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING NEW RINGERS. If you are interested in learning how to ring, or if you ring already, please contact George Moore (01508 570 722) or Tim Jackson (timothy@thejacksonfamily.me.uk or 01508 579 013) for more information, or come to the church on Wednesday from 7.30pm to watch or have a try! All ages welcome, but children need to be tall enough to reach the ropes comfortably.

Contact:  Timothy Jackson
01508 579 013
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God is a God who has the poor, the oppressed, the outcasts especially at heart and encourages us , like Jesus, to chose to draw alongside and defend the rights, to live a life of love towards these people.  FAIRTRADE is one way to respond to this challenge. FAIRTRADE is, itself, about choices -  using our power of choice to allow others the choice to improve their lives and communities and plan for their futures, to escape the crippling poverty that would restrict or remove choice in and from their lives.  When you chose to buy products with the FAIRTRADE Mark, you support farmers and workers receiving a fair wage for their work, decent working conditions, protection of workers' rights and the environment.  Also, an additional Fairtrade Premium is included that they get to choose how to invest in business or community projects, such as schools, transport, health care and sanitation.

As a church, we have made a commitment to be a FAIRTRADE church, this means our PCC has agreed to use Fairtrade tea and coffee after services and all meetings which we have responsibility for; that we will move towards using other Fairtrade products such as sugar, biscuits and fruit and that we will promote Fairtrade during Fairtrade Fortnight and during the year.  We have tried to honour this through events such as giving opportunities for people to order Fairtrade goods at Christmas, Fairtrade fashion shows, assemblies and lessons in local schools, Fairtrade stalls at local community events, as well as providing materials for individuals to help inform and spread the Fairtrade message to the people they live, work and socialise with. 

Contact:  Rachel Burchell
01508 579104
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Church Records

Church Records

We keep church records going back a long way - free to browse:

Baptisms from long ago

Contact:  Jill Wright
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