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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.

23/10/2018 10:30am
SOUL Church is inviting anyone who serves in church ministry to join them for ‘Open House’ – training days to share ideas together and help launch churches into a new season of growth. The one-day event will be held twice a year and includes dedicated training for those working with children, teens, creative, production and anyone building a team of volunteers. The day is free and includes lunch.
24/10/2018 11:00am
Visit St Nicholas Church to see, in 60 scenes with knitted figures, the most visual stories in the Bible, from Genesis to Revelations - history, romance, stories, battles - all are featured. This year's exhibition is the culmination of three years efforts to bring the stories of the Bible to 'life', for the enjoyment of all ages. Tactile knitted people and animals are complemented by hand made props in either wood or knitting, and very brief descriptions giving the context.
24/10/2018 2:00pm
Every Wednesday from the start of September a Friendly Bible Study will be held at Goat Lane Meeting House. We will be looking at the letters of Saint Paul, starting with Corinthians. As with the Gospels earlier in the year, we will concentrate on those passages which Christians find difficult/challenging. More details from: john.myhill1948@btinternet.com
24/10/2018 7:30pm
A series of three lectures exploring some of the biggest questions which arise from interdisciplinary research in Science and Theology: Where does God fit into the Big Bang theory? Are disasters ‘natural’? How do creation and evolution relate? Tonight: “Creation and Evolution” by Prof. Keith Fox, Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Southampton;
25/10/2018 7:30am
The Prophetic Bible School, The Way of the Spirit, is inviting Christians to a two-day conference looking afresh at what the Bible says about Israel and what it means for the church today. ‘Understanding Israel: Taking a Closer Look at God and the Church’ costs £45 per person including lunch on Friday and Saturday. To book email Dawn on conferences@thewayofthespirit.com who will provide a list of B&B's if required.
25/10/2018 11:00am
Visit St Nicholas Church to see, in 60 scenes with knitted figures, the most visual stories in the Bible, from Genesis to Revelations - history, romance, stories, battles - all are featured. This year's exhibition is the culmination of three years efforts to bring the stories of the Bible to 'life', for the enjoyment of all ages. Tactile knitted people and animals are complemented by hand made props in either wood or knitting, and very brief descriptions giving the context.
25/10/2018 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
26/10/2018
The Prophetic Bible School, The Way of the Spirit, is inviting Christians to a two-day conference looking afresh at what the Bible says about Israel and what it means for the church today. ‘Understanding Israel: Taking a Closer Look at God and the Church’ costs £45 per person including lunch on Friday and Saturday. To book email Dawn on conferences@thewayofthespirit.com who will provide a list of B&B's if required.
26/10/2018 11:00am
Visit St Nicholas Church to see, in 60 scenes with knitted figures, the most visual stories in the Bible, from Genesis to Revelations - history, romance, stories, battles - all are featured. This year's exhibition is the culmination of three years efforts to bring the stories of the Bible to 'life', for the enjoyment of all ages. Tactile knitted people and animals are complemented by hand made props in either wood or knitting, and very brief descriptions giving the context.
26/10/2018 7:00pm
Professor Nick Hardwick will speak on “What’s Going on Behind Prison Walls?” The media has been full of reports of deteriorating conditions in prisons with rising levels of suicide, violence and drug availability. There has been controversy and surprise about decisions to release some notorious offenders on parole. So, what's really going on behind prison walls - and would we be happy to be judged by how we currently treat our 'lowest citizens' as Mandela suggests?
26/10/2018 7:00pm
Have you ever received a prophetic word? Left with questions? Want to know what happens next? Come to an event on October 26 to be encouraged and discover how to journey with your prophetic word.
27/10/2018 9:00am
The Prophetic Bible School, The Way of the Spirit, is inviting Christians to a two-day conference looking afresh at what the Bible says about Israel and what it means for the church today. ‘Understanding Israel: Taking a Closer Look at God and the Church’ costs £45 per person including lunch on Friday and Saturday. To book email Dawn on conferences@thewayofthespirit.com who will provide a list of B&B's if required.
27/10/2018 10:00am
Jackie Barrett, a qualified counsellor, supervisor and teacher is leading a training day on ‘Understanding and Working with Suicide’. The one-day CPD course is suitable for counsellors, teachers, ministers, youth leaders, pastoral workers and anyone, including the general public, who would like to be equipped in helping those feeling suicidal.
27/10/2018 10:30am
The next Mix event will be on Saturday 27th October and we will be doing an Autumnal walk starting at North Burlingham which is near to Acle. We will meet at St Andrews Church car park, North Burlingham, NR13 4TA at 10.30am. More information from mix@wfcdereham.org
27/10/2018 11:00am
Visit St Nicholas Church to see, in 60 scenes with knitted figures, the most visual stories in the Bible, from Genesis to Revelations - history, romance, stories, battles - all are featured. This year's exhibition is the culmination of three years efforts to bring the stories of the Bible to 'life', for the enjoyment of all ages. Tactile knitted people and animals are complemented by hand made props in either wood or knitting, and very brief descriptions giving the context.
27/10/2018 7:30pm
Ashton Lane, The Scottish musical trio, are coming to Norfolk playing their own brand of Americana Country music on Saturday October 27 at 7.30pm.
28/10/2018 11:00am
Visit St Nicholas Church to see, in 60 scenes with knitted figures, the most visual stories in the Bible, from Genesis to Revelations - history, romance, stories, battles - all are featured. This year's exhibition is the culmination of three years efforts to bring the stories of the Bible to 'life', for the enjoyment of all ages. Tactile knitted people and animals are complemented by hand made props in either wood or knitting, and very brief descriptions giving the context.
29/10/2018
Spend a relaxing few days painting in watercolours – landscape, still life or paint your own Christmas card. A gentle art retreat to enjoy and experience working with watercolours using various techniques. While painting, the atmosphere will be one of calm and peace with gentle music playing and no mobile phones allowed!
29/10/2018 10:00am
The Norwich Centre for Christian Learning will welcome Dr Mark Bredin to King's Lynn as part of their ecumenical theological learning opportunities. Mark works with people with learning disabilities and is a writer and tutor for several theological colleges as well as an associate lecturer at Cambridge University. Mark argues that as we encounter people with profound learning disabilities, we discover a new value in being human, and so a new way of being before God. The cost of the session is £10.
29/10/2018 11:00am
Visit St Nicholas Church to see, in 60 scenes with knitted figures, the most visual stories in the Bible, from Genesis to Revelations - history, romance, stories, battles - all are featured. This year's exhibition is the culmination of three years efforts to bring the stories of the Bible to 'life', for the enjoyment of all ages. Tactile knitted people and animals are complemented by hand made props in either wood or knitting, and very brief descriptions giving the context.
29/10/2018 7:00pm
The monthly sessions will be delivered by St Stephen’s Curate Rev Dr Alex Irving alongside experienced Christian Dave Humphreys. Together they will offer teaching on the context and content of the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed of 381 as well as devotional reflections as to how it helps us to live as followers of Jesus today. The sessions will be a mixture of taught elements and discussion with a time of worship at the beginning of each session.There is no charge but donations are welcomed.
31/10/2018 2:00pm
Every Wednesday from the start of September a Friendly Bible Study will be held at Goat Lane Meeting House. We will be looking at the letters of Saint Paul, starting with Corinthians. As with the Gospels earlier in the year, we will concentrate on those passages which Christians find difficult/challenging. More details from: john.myhill1948@btinternet.com
31/10/2018 3:30pm
Light Party, organised by Sheringham BeachLife. All children of primary school age are welcome to come along. There will be a variety of games, crafts, competitions and fun activities, all on the theme of light. There will also be a version of the “Beach Special” which always proves so popular in the summer outreach, with music, challenges, and a short talk. Pizza and drinks will also be provided later in the afternoon. Visit : http://sheringhambeachlife.co.uk/
31/10/2018 5:30pm
Village children's party - Celebration of Light. 5 to 11-year-olds welcome (and parents if they wish). Games, food, fun. No charge. Contact Anne, Mary or Jess on 01263 578230.
01/11/2018 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
02/11/2018 10:00am
The World Day of Prayer Norwich Committee is holding a conference in preparation for the service next year. The service is coming from the women in Slovenia, with the theme "Come - Everything is Ready", to be held on 1st March 2019. This is part of a global wave of prayer over 120 countries. If you hold a service in your church you may like to join us, & get tips for the service. Cost is £4, bring a packed lunch
02/11/2018 11:00am
A seasonal exhibition and sale of work. New artwork and a variety of unique, handmade Christmas gifts, cards and prints, from three local artists. As always, a wide selection of used books will be for sale, as well as refreshments in the form of teas, coffees and delicious homemade cakes. The exhibition is accessible for wheelchairs and is dog friendly, 20% of all sales go to church funds. For more info please contact Rosalie at rosalie.gibb@btinternet.com or on 07773 553150.
02/11/2018 3:20pm
On the first Friday of each month you can join with others over tea and cake to share what you thought and felt about one of Julian of Norwich’s visions or ‘shewings’. This week: Third Shewing, God in a point
02/11/2018 7:30pm
All Souls' Day Solemn Requiem Mass Faure's Requiem sung by The Horatio Singers A collection will not be taken tel: 01953 881252 www.stmaryswatton.org
03/11/2018 9:30am
Following up the successful Rise Up Women's conference, these mornings are times of worship, ministry, impartation, encouragement and support to everyone to sustain what was imparted to them at the conference and further encourage women across the region to rise up and shine with the glory that is in them. Free event but sign up to give an idea of numbers https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rise-up-follow-up-tickets-46118750424
03/11/2018 10:00am
Various stalls, refreshments.
03/11/2018 11:00am
A seasonal exhibition and sale of work. New artwork and a variety of unique, handmade Christmas gifts, cards and prints, from three local artists. As always, a wide selection of used books will be for sale, as well as refreshments in the form of teas, coffees and delicious homemade cakes. The exhibition is accessible for wheelchairs and is dog friendly, 20% of all sales go to church funds. For more info please contact Rosalie at rosalie.gibb@btinternet.com or on 07773 553150.
03/11/2018 12:00pm
Upper Sheringham Village Hall
“Soupa Lunch” with various stalls and a raffle. At 2pm Bridget Hedge will be demonstrating Christmas Flower Arranging and all arrangements will be in the raffle. Lunch will be homemade soup, roll & butter followed by sweet and drink. Tickets £10 in advance only from Lin Wright (01263 822312). To avoid disappointment please purchase tickets as soon as possible. To raise funds for the Bell Appeal.
03/11/2018 7:30pm
David McDermott presents WW1 - The Great War. followed by Fish & Chip Supper. Entry by ticket only £8. On sale now and available from Mike Hewitt on 655420. If you have any memorabilia/photos relating to the talk, do please bring along on the evening.
04/11/2018 11:00am
A seasonal exhibition and sale of work. New artwork and a variety of unique, handmade Christmas gifts, cards and prints, from three local artists. As always, a wide selection of used books will be for sale, as well as refreshments in the form of teas, coffees and delicious homemade cakes. The exhibition is accessible for wheelchairs and is dog friendly, 20% of all sales go to church funds. For more info please contact Rosalie at rosalie.gibb@btinternet.com or on 07773 553150.
04/11/2018 2:00pm
What links the experiences of a German schoolgirl, an American opera singer, a Scottish charity worker, an English Governess in Moscow and the third woman to climb Popocatepetl? 'Momentous Times' by Three's Company is a play about the extraordinary experiences of a diverse group of five women living in Europe during the hazardous years of WW1. The afternoon is in aid of the Churches of the Creakes Benefice and the British Red Cross. Tickets are £10 on the door to include tea and cake.
05/11/2018 2:00pm
Local artist Ben Bell is launching a new group in the old Norwich and Norfolk Hospital chapel encouraging people from the surrounding area to doodle and use art as a way of expressing themselves.The Create group will meet on alternative Mondays and is open to anyone.
06/11/2018 2:30pm
Andrew Rouse will speak about his Desert Island Discs
07/11/2018 2:00pm
Every Wednesday from the start of September a Friendly Bible Study will be held at Goat Lane Meeting House. We will be looking at the letters of Saint Paul, starting with Corinthians. As with the Gospels earlier in the year, we will concentrate on those passages which Christians find difficult/challenging. More details from: john.myhill1948@btinternet.com
07/11/2018 7:00pm
First Wednesday 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 Greg Bright on 07814182940 or greg.bright@ntlworld.com or look at the Norfolk branch on the web site www.bike.org.uk
08/11/2018 2:00pm
The Norfolk branch of the Disabled Christian Fellowship (DCF) meets on the second Thursday of each month at Witard Road Baptist Church for Christian fellowship, fun, and afternoon tea/snacks. Whatever your disability you (and your helper/carer if you have one) you are very welcome to join our friendly group.
08/11/2018 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
08/11/2018 7:30pm
Churches Together in King's Lynn are holding a Universal Credit meeting, organised by Andrew Frere-Smith.Come and find out what it could mean for the most vulnerable and how we can support them. Presentations from the Department of Work & Pensions, Freebridge Housing Association and Christians Against Poverty.
09/11/2018 6:00pm
On the second Friday of the month Thetford Church of the Nazarene is opening a cafe with table football, table tennis, air hockey, pool and snooker, board games, drinks and cakes.
09/11/2018 7:00pm
Jill Gower from Call to Prayer, and Cheryl Grace from East Norfolk School of Prophetic Ministry are running a joint prophetic conference in Norwich on November 9 - 10.
09/11/2018 7:30pm
We are delighted to welcome Ginnie Miller (Cox) as our speaker. Ginnie was brought up in Norfolk and trained as an opera singer. After studying in Rome she worked with girls who had been prostitutes and heroine addicts. Later she joined the staff of a London church where she oversaw the pastoral care, counselling and prayer ministry. She has worked with YWAM in the Ukraine, with a church in Twickenham and in Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House. She married Nick 4 years ago.
10/11/2018
St Remigius’ Church, Hethersett
Mulbarton Community Choir’s Remembrance concert will also feature music by Norfolk Wherry Brass. To celebrate 100 years since the end of WW1. The overall winner of the choir's lyrics competition will be announced on the night of the concert.
10/11/2018 10:00am
Jill Gower from Call to Prayer, and Cheryl Grace from East Norfolk School of Prophetic Ministry are running a joint prophetic conference in Norwich on November 9 - 10.
10/11/2018 12:00pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every second Saturday of the month at Marzano’s Cafe in the Forum from 12 O’clock - 3 p.m
10/11/2018 7:30pm
The Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society, directed by David Ballard, will present Music for Remembrance, a concert to commemorate the centenary of the Armistice at the end of the First World War. This is part of the overall Armistice commemoration events in Sheringham. Tickets are £15 on the door, or £12 in advance from Sheringham Little Theatre box office. Under 18's are free. Contact the box office on 01263 822347, or at boxoffice@sheringhamlittletheatre.com
11/11/2018 10:30am
There will be a special remembrance service marking, to the day, precisely one hundred years since the signing of the armistice that brought an end to the First World War. In common with most rural villages, Thorpe Market lost 14 of their young men. Three are buried in the churchyard. Many of the names on the war memorials in the church had been present in Thorpe Market for centuries. Most of them have now disappeared, in some cases as a direct result of the Great War.
11/11/2018 4:30pm
The Norfolk Festival of Remembrance to commemorate the end of WW1. Youth orchestra, singers, dancers, Marine Cadets. Former BBC broadcaster Tony Mallion is hosting and directing. Also the annual civic service in St.George’s Park will take place in the morning. The Festival will be followed by lighting of the beacon on the seafront around 7 pm. Tickets for the Festival are £10 from the Hippodrome Box Office on 01493 844172 or online at www.hippodromecircus.co.uk
14/11/2018 10:00am
A gentle retreat exploring healing in the Kingdom of God on earth, based on teachings of Mike Endicott, Revd. Prior of the Order of Jacob’s Well.
14/11/2018 2:00pm
Every Wednesday from the start of September a Friendly Bible Study will be held at Goat Lane Meeting House. We will be looking at the letters of Saint Paul, starting with Corinthians. As with the Gospels earlier in the year, we will concentrate on those passages which Christians find difficult/challenging. More details from: john.myhill1948@btinternet.com
15/11/2018 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
17/11/2018 8:00am
Marathon sewing session to create goods for a school in Uganda. Organised by Reed People. All sew-ers welcome. Free refreshments.
17/11/2018 9:30am
Christmas Craft & Gift Fayre. Get quality crafts and gifts for Christmas. Refreshments and light lunches. Grand raffle.
17/11/2018 1:00pm
The Fountain of Life Church in Ashill is hosting 'Doors of Hope Conference' on Saturday 17th November to equip the body of Christ in responding well to issues with mental and emotional ill health. Leaders, members of churches, pastoral care workers and counsellors working in a Christian setting are all welcome to attend.
17/11/2018 7:15pm
Return of the Mynx “Memphis Southern Soul” Band. An evening of hand-clapping, foot-tapping, funky vibe music, even dancing in the aisle. A 10-piece band – brass, keyboard, drums, saxophones, guitars, vocals. Advance tickets £10.00, on the door £12. Bar sales and hot snacks. Small church, BIG sound. Advance bookings info@thorpemarket.org.uk
19/11/2018 2:00pm
Local artist Ben Bell is launching a new group in the old Norwich and Norfolk Hospital chapel encouraging people from the surrounding area to doodle and use art as a way of expressing themselves.The Create group will meet on alternative Mondays and is open to anyone.
19/11/2018 7:30pm
A new season of ‘Transforming the Atmosphere’ meetings begins. All are welcome. Transforming the Atmosphere continues to build upon the specialist teaching of Rev Dr Alistair Petrie (after his three visits in 2015, 2016 and 2017), and has developed a ministry that combines socio-historical research with informed prayer-walking and a continuing discipline of humbly seeking the Lord for fresh insight. Further meetings are planned for the third Monday of the month
21/11/2018 2:00pm
Every Wednesday from the start of September a Friendly Bible Study will be held at Goat Lane Meeting House. We will be looking at the letters of Saint Paul, starting with Corinthians. As with the Gospels earlier in the year, we will concentrate on those passages which Christians find difficult/challenging. More details from: john.myhill1948@btinternet.com
22/11/2018 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
24/11/2018 10:00am
Prison Fellowship shows Christ’s love to prisoners by coming alongside them and supporting them. There is an opportunity to get involved in the Sycamore Tree programme in Norfolk, with a training day on November 24
24/11/2018 7:30pm
Songs of Freedom Concert will be an unforgettable evening of music and laughter and sharing of personal faith in support of Prison Fellowship England and Wales. Jonathan is an internationally acclaimed singer, musician and comedian/raconteur. Tickets are £10 each from Janet Rosier. - 01263 515039 or contact Prison Fellowship direct at prisonfellowship.org.uk/jvtour
26/11/2018 7:00pm
The monthly sessions will be delivered by St Stephen’s Curate Rev Dr Alex Irving alongside experienced Christian Dave Humphreys. Together they will offer teaching on the context and content of the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed of 381 as well as devotional reflections as to how it helps us to live as followers of Jesus today. The sessions will be a mixture of taught elements and discussion with a time of worship at the beginning of each session.There is no charge but donations are welcomed.
29/11/2018 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
01/12/2018 4:00pm
The Bandstand area in The Walks, King’s Lynn will be aglow with lights as churches join together to share the joy and celebration of the birth of Jesus with carols and more.
01/12/2018 7:30pm
Norfolk Camerata's concert for Advent. Previously known as the North Norfolk Chorale, and performing under their new name for the first time. The concert will feature seasonal works by Michael Haydn (younger brother of the better-known Joseph – but said by some to be the better singer of the two), Orlando Gibbons and Ralph Vaughan Williams, along with a carol by contemporary composer Nick Morris. Admission will be free; a retiring collection will be held in aid of church and Norfolk Camerata funds.
 

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