We regret that Watton Pentecostal Church will be closed for all services and church groups from now until further notice, but the church is not this building, it is and always will be its people and we are still here!
We will continue to pray, worship and praise God no matter
where we are!
You can contact the church Leadership Team
By phone on 07475956858 or
or by sending us a PM
We will return and open the doors to the church when we are
able to, but the door to God is always open and will never be shut for anyone
who knocks and seeks Him.
Watton Pentecostal Church is an informal, modern expression of church that is relevant for today's generation and works at the heart of the community.
If you are looking for a new experience in church life or just want to find out more, we can help you find the reality of the Christian life.
We are reaching people all over the world and demonstrate that Christian Life is both exciting and fulfilling. See the ministries of the church.
A Warm Welcome
The church is independent and self-funding Christian community that enjoys welcoming visitors.We often see our self as God's family in action.
The church building was built in 1856 but has been refurbished for church life in the twenty first century. Watton Pentecostal Church enjoys serving the local community in innovative ways. See the community pages for details
Watton Pentecostal Church is a young church created when two existing churches joined together. It is growing and developing ministries with the aim of blessing the wider community. See the services page for details of meetings
The Town of Watton
Watton is small market town in the rural heart of Norfolk with some 7000 inhabitants (including some surrounding villages), and it is the centre of an area known as Wayland. Watton derives its name from the Saxon Wadetuna, homestead of Wade. In the nearby Wayland Wood, legend has it, the 'Babes in the Wood' were abandoned. The town sign shows the two babes, and the hare jumping over the barrel reflects the town name: wat being the local dialect word for hare, and ton for barrel.
Read more about the history of Watton.