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Latest news and events at Norwich Cathedral 

This month Norwich Cathedral welcomes Aidan Platten, hosts an exhibition of fabulous beasts and joins in Heritage Open days.
 

 

Welcome Aidan Platten - Sep 24

The Revd Aidan Platten [pictured above] will be officially installed as Norwich Cathedral's new Canon Precentor at Evensong on Sunday 24 September (3.30pm). You are invited to join Norwich Cathedral as Aidan is welcomed, with refreshments served after the service.

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'Beasts and More Beasts' by Jo Davis Trench - Sep 1 - 24

The work in the exhibition engages in a visual dialogue with the religious and secular imagery of medieval church carvings. They reflect an age of faith where visual metaphors were frequently used to convey God's message and the terrors awaiting the guilty in Hell were vividly evoked. Besides the fabulous beasts that are part of this teeming yet ordered world are intensely observed vivid depictions of nature, as exemplified by Norwich Cathedral's owl with a mouse in its beak. 
The prints and drawings on show explore the expression of these dogs, demons, saints and lions and their dual natures that can be found in the Bible stories and elsewhere. 

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Heritage Open Days - Sep 7 - 10

Norwich Cathedral’s Library and Broderers’ Guild will be taking part in this year’s Heritage Open Days with a series of events and tours - plus the Cathedral features in a special family trail! The events take place Thursday 7 - Sunday 10 September. 

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God's grand story - an overview of the Bible - Sep 16 10am - 12.30pm


The Revd Matthew Hutton is a Curate at St Stephen’s Church, Norwich, who has a passion for engaging with and teaching the Bible. This is an expanded version of the first Session of his 'Open Word 2017/18' course, which takes folk through the whole Bible over 18 evenings. 

Matthew's overview, adopting Tom Wright’s classic analysis of Scripture as ‘God’s Drama in Six Acts’, will illustrate how God’s Grand Story all hangs together, with a particular focus on the Old Testament.

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Article printed from networknorwich.co.uk at 19:11 on 23 September 2017