The four Lord's Supper services in the Unitarian tradition are held in June and September and at Easter and Christmas.

The church is open for the Norfolk Churches Trust Sponsored Cycle Ride and the Heritage Open Days every year in September.

The Church members are proud to be associated with the Great Yarmouth College Chaplaincy. Margaret Bazely is the Chaplaincy Co-ordinator whose post is part-funded and managed by local congregations of different denominations. She provides opportunities for appropriate forms of worship, reflection, pastoral care, prayer and celebration for all staff and students in a multy-faith capacity.(see

The church is a member of the Eastern Union of Unitarian & Free Christian Churches whose mission is to foster a sense of community and give practical support to its constituent congregations and ministries, to promote mutual support and fellowship among Unitarians and Free Christians and assist congregations in the establishment and maintenance of an active and outward looking liberal religious presence in East Anglia.

We also have links with the other Unitarian congregation in Norfolk, the Octagon Unitarian Chapel in Norwich. ( Our members have attended their annual service and picnic at the former Hapton, Norfolk, chapel site and burial ground. Likewise members of the Octagon always attend the Filby service in August. We all like to consider ourselves Norfolk Unitarians and we contribute to a monthly newsletter of that name. The current copy can be sent to you on request.

Unitarian Church, Marosvasarhely, Romania
Unitarian Church,
Marosvasarhely, Romania
We have been visited by the minister and members of the Norwich partnership Unitarian Church in Marosvasarhely, Romania and news and presents have been exchanged between the congregations.

We aim to always use Fairtrade products when refreshments are provided.