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Nazeing Nunnery Tour

Monday 19th March 11.30am

Led by David Pracy of Nazeing History Workshop, we will be taking a tour of the site where our 7th Century nunnery was based on the banks of the River Lea. The nunnery was run by the Abbess Fymme and offered pastoral care and hospitality to wayfarers. Start at St Giles Church, EN9 2HU at 11.30am until about 12.15. We will walk for about 20 minutes. This activities is outside so bring wellies, waterproofs, brollies if wet. Mobility access is not known. 

Youth Fellowship - Pancake Night

Thursday 15th March from 7.15-8.15pm St Giles Church, Nazeing, EN9 2HU. Parental consent reqyuired to attend.

Churchyard Planting 21st Mar

We invite churchyard friends, neighbours and parishioners to join us to plant new trees and hedging at All Saints Churchyard from 1.30pm on Wednesday 21st March. Bring wellies, waterproofs and spades. 


Epping Forest District Council

EFDC and NPC support our churchyard

We are pleased to say that Nazeing Churchyard has secured a grant from EFDC to support the churchyard in 2017-18.

We are also grateful to Nazeing Parish Council which has made a grant to support the churchyard in 2018. 

Thank you. If it were not for these funds we could not keep this churchyard open.

Churchyard Changes

Churchyard works are underway. Visitors will notice a new ditch has been created and this has already started to drain some of the waterloggingin the churchyard. We will be replanting trees and hedges shortly. We expect this work to continue until March 2018. 

Quiz Night

24 March 7.30 at St Giles.  Please contact Sheila on 01992 893428 for more information and tickets.

Easter Services see 'Our Services"

De Merc Chamber Choir Concert

Saturday 28 April 2018  7.30 at All Saints.

Tuesday Morning Prayer

We meet on Tuesday mornings for Morning Prayer at St Giles Church from 10.30am.

Prayer resources can also be found at:

With thanks to HFE signs for promitional banners:

Welcome to the parish of Nazeing

Nazeing is one of the largest parishes in Essex. 

Our Christian community on this headland dates back over a thousand years when, in the 7th Century, the followers of St Cedd brought the gospel to Essex.The parish has two churches:

All Saints, a beautiful Grade 1 listed church, which dates back to the 11th century. 

St Giles, at the crossroads in Nazeing village, was built in 1964 and has been a much-loved community church and hall for over 50 years.

We use both churches for different styles of worship - see Our Services for more details.

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