Welcome to Pakefield Parish Church in Lowestoft, Suffolk.
Bishop of Norwich’s statement on the death of Her Majesty The Queen
The official statement from the Bishop of Norwich, the Rt Revd Graham Usher, on the death of her Majesty the Queen
As the nation mourns the death of HM The Queen, Norwich Cathedral and many churches across the Diocese of Norwich are offering spaces for people of all faiths to pay their respects and reflect on the life and service of Queen Elizabeth II.
Reacting on behalf of the Diocese of Norwich, the Bishop of Norwich, the Rt Revd Graham Usher said:
“The news of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, brings immense sadness to our nation and particularly to this Diocese of Norwich for which she always had great affection. Our thoughts and prayers are with His Majesty The King and the whole of the Royal Family.
“Her Majesty has served our nation and Commonwealth with distinction and devotion. As Supreme Governor of the Church of England she has spoken movingly about her own faith, and it is clear that she reigned out of a deep sense of God’s calling upon her life, a life of anointed service.
“Her Majesty’s visits to Norfolk, to her beloved Sandringham, meant that she has been held in special esteem and fondness in the County of Norfolk and Diocese of Norwich. I have very fond memories of being her guest at Sandringham and experiencing her kindness.
“Many will want to join in prayers and acts of thanksgiving, and churches will be kept open across the Diocese for people to visit, for prayer, for times of reflection and thanksgiving, and to sign the books of condolence that will be made available.
“As we begin to mourn the death of a great Sovereign, so we pray also for the new King and his family, and for our nation and Commonwealth.”
What is Pakefield Church?
We are a Christian family who worship God, care for one another and the local community
and reach out to encourage others to know Jesus and his love.
All Saints’ and St Margaret’s Church, Pakefield is a warm and friendly Church of England church situated on the cliff top of Britain’s most easterly town. From well attended Sunday services by people of all ages, through to weddings, baptisms and lots of other groups, there is something for everyone here!
We have a varied approach to worship, including Holy Communion, All Age, Morning Worship, Baptism and Prayer services, supported with a mix of traditional hymns and modern contemporary worship songs, played by our organists and music group. Please use the links above to find the information you need.
The Diocese of Norwich have added a donate option for our church on their website. If you wish to help us with the cost of maintaining our ancient church then all you need to do is follow the below link and choose All Saints and Saint Margaret’s Church, Pakefield.
We are open every day Summer time 9am to 6pm and winter time 9am to 4pm
Facemasks are encouraged in Church and please sanitise your hands on arrival and departure.
Services in Church are as follows:-
8.00am Sunday Morning – Holy Communion
10.30am Sunday Morning – Morning Prayer/Holy Communion
We livestream our 10.30 am Sunday Service to YouTube
6.30pm Sunday Evening – Evening Prayer/Holy Communion
Weekdays – Tuesday to Saturday – 9.00am Morning Prayer.
Wednesdays – 9.45am Holy Communion
Do you have an emergency, or know someone who has? We have our Church Prayer Chain where your need or the need of someone you know and love can be brought to our Lord for his help and healing. Please feel free to speak to Sharon on 01502 516800 or email email@example.com
Pakefield Parish takes its duty and obligation to protect all extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England’s robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at
If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues on a safeguarding matter then you can find useful contact information on the Norwich Diocese Website:
Or click the Safeguarding tab for more advice and who to contact if you wish to talk to someone about yourself, or are concerned about a child or vulnerable adult