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Latest Norfolk Christian community events 

Events of interest to the Norwich and Norfolk Christian community happening over the next four weeks.

27/04/2017 5:30pm
Lucy Faulkner-Gawlinski from King’s Lynn Quakers is organising a meeting about bringing a Norwich Credit Union service point to King’s Lynn, and would welcome anyone who may be interested in volunteering their time to make it happen. Two representatives from the Norwich Credit Union will be at the meeting, which will be held at the Friends Meeting House on Bridge Street, from 5.30pm – 7.30pm to explain how it works.
27/04/2017 7:30pm
Giles monthly Interesting Talks are wonderful evenings where generous people come and talk about their passion, to an appreciative and happy audience. The talk is followed by an opportunity to ask questions of the presenter, then there’s wine, coffee and more chat if you wish. Please do come – all are welcome. Free of charge.
27/04/2017 7:30pm
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
28/04/2017 11:00am
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
28/04/2017 8:00pm
Meadow Way Chapel orchestra is giving a charity concert in aid of Parkinson’s UK. Compered by Margaret Smith who conducts the Parkinson’s choir. They will be singing during the evening. Tickets are £4.00 each and are available from Cards ’N’ Things, The Bull Roundabout, Reepham Road, Hellesdon, or telephone 01603 442165.
29/04/2017 10:00am
The Community of All Hallows is an Anglican religious community situated in 22 acres of beautiful grounds, which makes it an ideal centre for retreats. This day retreat is led by Sister Rachel and looks at Matt 1:1-4 and what it means to be the greatest in the Kingdom of Heaven. The cost is £12. There are normally 2 or 3 guided sessions throughout the day, plus some solitary time.
29/04/2017 10:00am
Local work including recycled textiles, traditional piecing and modern interpretations. Free admission --- donations to be divided between All Saints Church and Leeway --- a specialist domestic abuse charity based in Norwich. Demonstrations, Quilts for sale, Craft Fair in the Village Hall, Refreshments, Ample free parking, Contact --- Simone 01263 711346.
29/04/2017 11:00am
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
29/04/2017 12:00pm
St Andrew's Church, Trowse are holding Messy Church with a free lunch followed by lots of fun and games. All are welcome and admission is free. Further details of all services and events can be found on our website www.trowsechuch.co.uk or on Facebook, search for St Andrew's Church, Trowse or on Twitter: @TrowseChurch
29/04/2017 5:00pm
The choir of Christ Church, Eaton are “on tour” again this Spring with their third visit to the church of St George, Tombland in Norwich city centre. The choir will lead the music for Choral Evensong at St George's. The service is part of the church's patronal festival, and the “Flintspiration” weekend of events, celebrating Norwich medieval churches. www.flintspiration.org.
29/04/2017 7:30pm
The internationally famed LIBERA boys choir are performing at Ely Cathedral. Usually dressed in their white robes, you may have seen the group on TV in programmes like ‘Songs of Praise’ and ‘Last Choir Standing’, or heard them on Classic FM or Radio 2 Chris Evans. Last summer they were featured artists at the World Youth Day Vigil in Krakov. Tickets from Ely Cathedral Box Office – 01353 660349 or https://tickets.elycathedral.org
29/04/2017 7:30pm
Tickets £10 (includes refreshments) Contact Janet Clarke 01603 613722 or Mavis Woods 01603 610135
29/04/2017 7:45pm
Music from North and South America by Padilla, Bernstein, Brubeck, Piazolla and Whitacre. Tickets from St George's Music Shop or online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/keswickhallchoir.
30/04/2017 11:00am
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
30/04/2017 11:00am
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
01/05/2017
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.
01/05/2017 11:00am
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
02/05/2017 11:00am
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.
04/05/2017 7:00pm
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
04/05/2017 7:30pm
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
06/05/2017 10:00am
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.
06/05/2017 12:00pm
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
06/05/2017 7:00pm
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.
07/05/2017 5:00pm
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.
09/05/2017 11:00am
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.
10/05/2017 10:30am
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
10/05/2017 7:00pm
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.
11/05/2017 7:30pm
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
12/05/2017 8:00pm
enjoy a stimulating, thought provoking, possibly challenging and usually entertaining film in the church building. Refreshments and good company provided!
13/05/2017
From Eve to Edith
13/05/2017 9:00am
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.
13/05/2017 10:00am
Spring craft fayre. Over 20 different arts, crafts and gifts. Refreshments, light lunches, raffle.
13/05/2017 10:00am
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 .
13/05/2017 10:00am
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.
13/05/2017 12:00pm
Music from the Court of Henry VIII TICKETS £10 (to include wine and nibbles)
13/05/2017 12:00pm
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.
14/05/2017
From Eve to Edith
18/05/2017 6:00pm
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
18/05/2017 7:30pm
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
19/05/2017 7:00pm
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.
20/05/2017 8:30am
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
23/05/2017 12:30pm
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.
24/05/2017 10:30am
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
24/05/2017 6:30pm
On May 24, Norfolk Christian charity Your People My People will host an event at the Fountain of Life Church in Ashill at which Rania Sayegh, Founder and Director of Nazareth based charity HOPE will talk about her hope for the Middle East.
 

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