• Welcome to King's Lynn Minster - a place to be at home with God.

    Here at the Minster, there is lots to see and do. Whether you're hoping to get married, have your child baptised, attend one of our concertsvisit us on a Sunday for the first time, light a candle or explore the heritage of our beautiful building, we hope to offer a warm welcome.

    The Minster is situated in the historic surroundings of the Saturday Market Place in the heart of King’s Lynn. Founded by the first Bishop of Norwich, Herbert de Losinga, in 1101, the Minster has offered a welcome to pilgrims and visitors for over 900 years.

    The Minster is normally open all day, every day.

    Visitors are welcome to join us for any service or just walk around and enjoy the atmosphere of this Historic and Holy Church.

    We're located in the Diocese of Norwich, and are a part of the Church of England, which is a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

     

     

    The Minster is open for private prayer and visitors every day from 8.30am - 6pm

    Following the recent lockdown our Parish Eucharist has resumed on Sundays at 10am, there is no need to book, please just come along. 

    Choral Evensong will resume from Sunday 18th April at 5pm and following that we will be gradually returning to our regular pattern of worship.  Please see our Worship page for more details.

    Our Morning Prayer is streamed on Facebook at the following times: Monday - Saturday, 8.30am

     

    Words & Music

    Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Terry Waite’s release from captivity with an evening of poetry and piano music.

     

    King’s Lynn Minster will host a special evening of poetry and piano music, “Words and Music”, with Terry Waite CBE and Vicky Yannoula on

    Wednesday, 27th October at 7.30pm

     

     

     

    Author and humanitarian Terry Waite CBE will read extracts form his book “Out of the silence: memories, poems, reflections” where he recalls highs and lows of his life, both during his ordeal as a hostage in Beirut and in the happier years of humanitarian work that have followed. Vicky Yannoula will perform classical piano music that aims to reflect the meaning of the readings and take the listener on a journey to inner peace.

    To find out more about the event, please visit: https://www.vickyyannoula.com/waiteyannoula

    Booking is essential and can be done via Eventbrite: https://terrywaite-vickyyannoula-kingslynn.eventbrite.co.uk

     

     

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