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Medieval churches conference set for Norwich
A UEA research project on the medieval parish churches of Norwich is presenting a conference on June 17 and 18 at Norwich Cathedral. More ...
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Why God loves science and science needs God
Many people assume that science and faith are perpetually in conflict. Professor Tom McLeish will take a completely different view in his lecture at Norwich Cathedral on Wednesday May 10. More ...
Wymondham church hosts Hopeful event for women 
Hope Community Church Wymondham would like to invite all women and older teenage girls along to a special evening of pampering, worship, and input from Carole Wilthew on Saturday, May 6.  More ...
Lent and Easter events 2017
Find out about Lent and Easter events happening across Norfolk this year, including Bible studies, Good Friday services and Easter egg hunts. More ...
Dr Rowan Williams to speak at Norwich Cathedral 
Dr Rowan Williams, previous Archbishop of Canterbury, will be speaking at Norwich Cathedral on Monday May 8 at 6.30pm about ‘Faith, Hope and Justice in a Broken World’. More ...
TV presenter Simon Thomas talks at Norwich church 
Apparition Hill film exceeds £1k fundraising target
Performance of Passion play written by Norfolk vicar
Violence against women tackled at cathedral event
Norwich SPEAK joins Campolo and Claiborne activism
E Anglia Friends of Israel host 3 day Norwich event
Patrick Regan to explore suffering at King’s Lynn church  
Norwich Cathedral exhibition remembers local artist
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This is a calendar of events for the Christian community in Norwich and Norfolk. E-mail the following details of your event to Network Norfolk Events:  Date, event title, what it involves, start and end time, location (if you include a postcode we can attach an e-map to your entry), contact name and tel no for more details. The details must be received at least two weeks before the event, ideally longer.
This listing contains the next 20 events. If you require information on events even further ahead then visit the comprehensive Calendar database section of this website.

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Thorpe Market - Sunday Tea
11:00am Sunday 30 April, Thorpe Market parish Church
Sunday Tea and Churchyard Exploration. Tea and homemade cakes. The award-winning churchyard will reveal unusual and churchyard dependent flowers in the conservation areas and the Hazel Grove is already a riot of colours. The used books shelves will be well stocked and a selection of plants available to buy. www.thorpemarket.org.uk
Thorpe Market - Art exhibition
11:00am Sunday 30 April, St Margarets church, Thorpe Market
MAYTIME MEDLEY. Art exhibition by local artist Rosalie Osborne Gibb, featuring a diverse range of subjects, depicting her love of the coast and countryside. Signed Limited Edition prints. Book, teas, coffees homemade cakes. Wildflower conservation churchyard to stroll around. Entry is free, with free parking opposite the church. Come along and meet the artists, who will be in attendance throughout the exhibition. info@thorpemarket.org.uk
Archbishop's Charge at Wolterton
Monday 1 May, Wolterton Hall, Erpingham, Norfolk
The Archdeacon’s Charge on Bank Holiday Monday is an annual sponsored fun run or walk and family picnic organised by the Diocese of Norwich in support of the EAAA and local churches. It is open to all – just turn up on the day. The fun run route is a 2.5-mile lap with participants choosing to run or walk their favoured distance, with a challenge to the fittest to run four circuits (10 miles)! Their Royal Highnesses Prince & Princess Michael of Kent will be opening the event as they are the patrons.
Thorpe Market - Art exhibition
11:00am Monday 1 May, St Margarets church, Thorpe Market
MAYTIME MEDLEY. Art exhibition by local artist Rosalie Osborne Gibb, featuring a diverse range of subjects, depicting her love of the coast and countryside. Signed Limited Edition prints. Book, teas, coffees homemade cakes. Wildflower conservation churchyard to stroll around. Entry is free, with free parking opposite the church. Come along and meet the artists, who will be in attendance throughout the exhibition. info@thorpemarket.org.uk
Norwich - Job Club for jobseekers
11:00am Tuesday 2 May, Surrey Chapel, 2 – 6 Botolph Street, Norwich
A new Job Club where unemployed people will be able to access extra support and practical advice free of charge. The club is run by volunteers who have undergone training with charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP). This is an eight-week course which will provide those looking for work with skills and abilities, such as CV writing, interview technique and the value of volunteering.
Norfolk CMA Branch Meeting
7:00pm Thursday 4 May, Witard Road Baptist Church, Witard Road, Norwich
First Thursday of each month: Christian Motorcyclists Association branch meeting. All are welcome, a chance to get to know what we are about. Starts at 7pm / For more information phone David Dodd 07887 544368 or cma.norfolk@virginmedia.com or look at the Norfolk branch on the web sitewww.bike.org.uk
Norwich Healing Rooms
7:30pm Thursday 4 May, St Edmund's Church, Fishergate, Norwich
The Norwich Healing Rooms is a place where anyone can come for prayer, no matter what the need, whether physical, emotional, or spiritual concerns. Our Team is dedicated to seeing the same healings which took place in the Bible, take place today, because Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever. Available every Thursday evening from 7.30pm
Swaffham - Good News for God's Earth...
10:00am Saturday 6 May, Green Britain Centre, Turbine Way, Swaffham
The Diocese of Norwich hosts a day of presentations, conversations, activities and worship, with guests leading workshops, helping us to consider our Christian concern for the environment. Speakers include Chris Naylor from A Rocha International who will be setting the global context for the day, Ruth Valerio from Tearfund, Julian Bryant from Christian Aid, Julia Hanmer from the Bat Conservation Trust and Emily Nobbs from Norfolk Wildlife Trust.
Norwich - A Vigil for Peace
12:00pm Saturday 6 May, outside St Peter Mancroft, Chantry Road, Norwich
Norwich Peace Camp and Peace Cycle are holding a peace vigil outside St Peter Mancroft Church. Bring love. Norwich Peace Camp & Peace Cycle embrace an apolitical and united commitment of local peace, community, faith, charity, environmental, human rights and other groups and organisations - many with national and international connections - to peace, justice and better understanding. www.norwichpeace.org
Wymondham - Hopeful evening for women
7:00pm Saturday 6 May, The Hub, Ayton Road, Wymondham,
Hope Community Church Wymondham would like to invite all women and older teenage girls along to a special evening of pampering, worship, and input from Carole Wilthew on Saturday, May 6.
Norwich - Lindz West at SOUL Church
5:00pm Sunday 7 May, SOUL Church, 4 Mason Road, Norwich,
Join SOUL Church in Norwich, for an evening of worship with Christian dance musician Lindz West. Lindz is the founder of LZ7, a Christian hip hop and dance group formed in 2005, having formerly been the frontman for The Tribe. LZ7 was part of the Christian charity The Message Trust for many years before moving to become an independent charitable organisation called 'Light' in 2012.
Norwich - Job Club for jobseekers
11:00am Tuesday 9 May, Surrey Chapel, 2 – 6 Botolph Street, Norwich
A new Job Club where unemployed people will be able to access extra support and practical advice free of charge. The club is run by volunteers who have undergone training with charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP). This is an eight-week course which will provide those looking for work with skills and abilities, such as CV writing, interview technique and the value of volunteering.
Norwich - Listen, Share and Think
10:30am Wednesday 10 May, St Stephen’s Church Café, Rampant Horse St, Norwich
Inter-denominational small group meeting, following on from former NCCT Lent group. Inspirational readings followed by discussion. Meets every second and fourth Wednesday of the month from 10.30am to 11.30am. / / More details from Mary Cozens at ssatanta2002@yahoo.co.uk
Norwich Cathedral Science lecture
7:00pm Wednesday 10 May, Norwich Cathedral
Many people assume that science and faith are perpetually in conflict. Professor Tom McLeish will take a completely different view in his lecture at Norwich Cathedral on Wednesday May 10.
Norwich Healing Rooms
7:30pm Thursday 11 May, St Edmund's Church, Fishergate, Norwich
The Norwich Healing Rooms is a place where anyone can come for prayer, no matter what the need, whether physical, emotional, or spiritual concerns. Our Team is dedicated to seeing the same healings which took place in the Bible, take place today, because Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever. Available every Thursday evening from 7.30pm
St Giles Film Club
8:00pm Friday 12 May, St Giles Church, Upper St Giles St, Norwich
enjoy a stimulating, thought provoking, possibly challenging and usually entertaining film in the church building. Refreshments and good company provided!
Flower Festival
Saturday 13 May, ST ANDREW'S CHURCH, THE STREET, TROWSE,
From Eve to Edith
Foulsham and Bintree - Community Table...
9:00am Saturday 13 May, The New Frost Hall, Claypit Road, Foulsham,
Come along to our Community Table Top sale with various stall holders. Lots of bargains to find! Refreshments, parking and toilet facilities available. Funds raised from pitch money will go towards new play equipment for the children at Foulsham & Bintree Playgroup & Toddler Group.
Sheringham - craft fayre
10:00am Saturday 13 May, St Peter’s Parish Church, Sheringham
Spring craft fayre. Over 20 different arts, crafts and gifts. Refreshments, light lunches, raffle.
Sheringham - Leadership summit taster...
10:00am Saturday 13 May, Lighthouse Community Church, 62 Cromer Road, Sheringham, Norfolk
This is a taster morning for the The Willow Creek Global Leadership Summit telecast which will return to Norwich in November. The GLS is a two-day event telecast live in HD from Willow Creek’s campus near Chicago every August watched by an expected 305,000 in 675 plus sites around the world, in 125 countries and 59 languages. Places for the taster morning are free but must be booked in advance on 01263 825155, or e-mail office@lighthousesheringham.org .
Lingwood - Prophetic Ministry teaching
10:00am Saturday 13 May, St Peter’s Church (side room) Church Road, Lingwood, Norfolk,
Participants look at what the bible teaches on prophetic lifestyle and ministry, with Holy Spirit empowered teaching and guided practical activation sessions. Tea and coffee provided. Free admission.
Hexachordia
12:00pm Saturday 13 May, ST ANDREW'S CHURCH, THE STREET, TROWSE,
Music from the Court of Henry VIII / TICKETS £10 (to include wine and nibbles)
Motorhome Healing Rooms
12:00pm Saturday 13 May, St Stephens Church car park, Norwich
The Motorhome Healing Rooms is based at St Stephens Church car park, every second Saturday of the month from 12 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Flower Festival
Sunday 14 May, ST ANDREW'S CHURCH, THE STREET, TROWSE,
From Eve to Edith
Norfolk CMA Social Night
6:00pm Thursday 18 May, Racecourse Pub, Salhouse Road, Norwich
Third Thursday of each month from 6-6.30pm onwards: Christian Motorcyclists Association social time and meal for bikers and Christians (and Christian bikers). All are welcome, a chance to bring family and friends to get to know what we are about. / For more information phone David Dodd 07887 544368 or cma.norfolk@virginmedia.com or look at the Norfolk branch on the web sitewww.bike.org.uk / / /
Norwich Healing Rooms
7:30pm Thursday 18 May, St Edmund's Church, Fishergate, Norwich
The Norwich Healing Rooms is a place where anyone can come for prayer, no matter what the need, whether physical, emotional, or spiritual concerns. Our Team is dedicated to seeing the same healings which took place in the Bible, take place today, because Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever. Available every Thursday evening from 7.30pm
Thorpe Market - Conflict & Collaboration...
7:00pm Friday 19 May, Thorpe Market parish Church
The concert is called ‘Conflict and Collaboration’ and will feature significant female composers and those collaborating with male composers. It will celebrate beautiful, but regrettably ignored, music from the 17th century to just before WWI.
Caleb
8:30am Saturday 20 May, Witard Rd Baptist Church,
Singing, teaching, and laid back discussion - aiming to equip and support the men in the city to wholeheartedly follow the Lord. Third Saturday of each month. www.calebwftl.org.uk
Hethel - Evening discussion around...
7:00pm Saturday 20 May, Hethel Church, Church Lane, Hethel,
Rev Andrew North, Assistant Curate of the Mulbarton Benefice, recently completed his MA dissertation on the subject of what the Bible says about where animals go once they die and will be answering questions at an entertaining evening of discussion with refreshments on Saturday, May 20. / / A suggested donation of £5 towards the church’s heating fund is invited. Wine and nibbles will be served.
Norwich - Community Lunch
12:30pm Tuesday 23 May, Princes Street United Reformed Church, Princes Street, Norwich
Princess Street URC are hosting a new monthly community lunch on the third Tuesday of the month. A two course lunch together with coffee will be served. The Community Lunch is open to EVERYONE- no age requirements and no need to book, just turn up. The cost is £4.50.
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