The biggest church in the section, Martham Methodist Church was built in 1880 at the heart of the village. Very picturesque, the village is built around broad, tree shaded greens and 3 duck ponds. Towards Somerton can be seen one very large electricity generating wind turbine, and beyond that, the host of smaller turbines on Blood Hill [the first on shore wind farm in the UK]. There is some car parking in the Coop shop car park nearly opposite the church, over the pedestrian crossing, or by the nearest pond about 200 yards away. The Church is a brisk 15 minute walk from the Ferry Staithe, and 20 minutes from the other Staithe at the foot of Cess Road. Our noticeboard announces all our special events.
Every visitor is very welcome.
Address: 4, Repps Road, Martham
Sunday Service: 11 a.m. except for the 3rd Sunday monthly, when an all age service is at 10 a.m.
Minister: Rev. Nigel Clements
Phone: 01493 740237
- Mondays 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. : Coffee Morning in the Schoolroom with home baking and produce on sale (Bank Holiday Mondays excluded)
- Tuesdays 1 p.m. – Knit and Natter
- Many village groups use our premises during the week.
- Monthly on the last Tuesday: 7 p.m. Martham Branch , The Royal British Legion
- Monthly on the last Wednesday: Parish Council
- Monthly on the first Thursday – 7.30 p.m. Ladies Evening Network (a group of ladies sharing speakers and concerns – refreshments afterwards)
Accessibility at Martham
The Methodist Church wishes to be an environment where all feel welcome and cared for. In order to allow for widest possible access, this church has the following facilities available:
- Wheelchair Accessible Access
- Accessible Toilet
- Large Print Text