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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.

24/11/2017 8:00pm
Volunteers of King’s Lynn Winter Night Shelter are inviting people to join them as they sleep out in St John’s Church to fundraise for the new project which will provide rough sleepers in the West Norfolk town with a safe place to get a bed and a hot meal. Volunteers taking part in the King’s Lynn Advent Sleepout Challenge will gather and sleep in St John’s Church from 8pm to 8am. For more information please contact Andrew Frere-Smith at andrew.frere-smith@dioceseofnorwich.org.
25/11/2017 10:00am
Trinity URC are holding their CHRISTMAS MARKET in aid of Church funds. Stalls include Bric a Brac, Books, Toys, Cakes and Sweets, Christmas Cake, Tombola, Jams and Chutneys, New and Nearly New Stall and hot lunches, Tea, coffee and cakes.
25/11/2017 10:00am
A whole host of colourful Christmas trees, a medieval concert and a craft fair will be helping to fill Aylsham Parish Church with Christmas spirit at the church’s annual Christmas Tree Festival which starts on Friday. The Christmas Tree Festival is part of an extended weekend of celebrations, which includes Aylsham’s ‘Lights Switch On’ and lantern procession; the Advent all-age worship service; a Medieval Christmas concert with Hexicordia and a Christmas Craft Market.
25/11/2017 10:00am
Our nation's future is in the balance right now, with uncertainty and many challenges. Join Call to Prayer for a time of repentance and prayer as we stand together to pray for the destiny of our nation, for His Kingdom to come, His will to be done. In these strategic times prayer is the main answer for the future stability of the United Kingdom. Come and go as you are able.
25/11/2017 10:00am
There will be many stalls selling a huge variety of crafts, ideal for unusual and inexpensive Christmas presents. It will also have a raffle, tombola, Christmas hamper, and well stocked plant and preserve stalls and there will be live festive entertainment, music and singing and demonstrations by the Norfolk Guild of Spinners, Weavers and Dyers to entertain visitors.Refreshments will be available during the Christmas fair and admission to it is free.
25/11/2017 11:00am
Everyone is welcome to the Christmas Fayre at Norwich Central Baptist Church. There will be crafts, childrens' activities, festive music and refreshments including soup, lunches, cakes and drinks. In partnership with Hebron Trust.
25/11/2017 11:30am
Soup and Dessert event to raise funds for Spurgeons that supports families on Visiting days and’ Storybookdads’ CDs to prisoner’s children and Sycamore Tree . Homemade soup, dessert and tea/coffee will be served. Free event but donations will be welcome.
25/11/2017 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
25/11/2017 7:30pm
The Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society will join forces with North Norfolk Sinfonia to perform Felix Mendelssohn’s Symphony No 2 Hymn of Praise (Lobgesang) performed in English. Directed by David Ballard the choir and orchestra will be joined by Lisa Cassidy, William Falconer and Charli Andrews. The programme which also includes Haydn's Te Deum in C, and Mozart's Regina Coeli. Tickets £12 (£15 on the door), under 18’s FREE are available now from Sheringham Little Theatre box office.
26/11/2017 10:00am
Christ Church, Eaton will be holding a number of special services this November including this Communion Service with the Venerable Karen Hutchinson, Archdeacon of Norwich, celebrating Christ the King.
26/11/2017 10:15am
A whole host of colourful Christmas trees, a medieval concert and a craft fair will be helping to fill Aylsham Parish Church with Christmas spirit at the church’s annual Christmas Tree Festival which starts on Friday. The Christmas Tree Festival is part of an extended weekend of celebrations, which includes Aylsham’s ‘Lights Switch On’ and lantern procession; the Advent all-age worship service; a Medieval Christmas concert with Hexicordia and a Christmas Craft Market.
26/11/2017 3:00pm
Versatile Norwich musician Scott Morrison who plays at least seven keyboard and brass instruments, will play a piano recital at St Andrew’s, Eaton on Sunday, November 26 at 3pm in aid of the church’s organ fund.All are welcome and there will be piano music to please everyone – “it will be ‘lunchtime style’ with perhaps a little jazz thrown into the mix”, say the organisers.
26/11/2017 3:00pm
Christmas special for this regular monthly event
26/11/2017 6:30pm
Special service will include prayers, hymns, readings and choir items. For more details, please contact Elaine Burbidge: Telephone: 01328 - 851848. Email: eburbidge@googlemail.com
27/11/2017 9:00am
A whole host of colourful Christmas trees, a medieval concert and a craft fair will be helping to fill Aylsham Parish Church with Christmas spirit at the church’s annual Christmas Tree Festival which starts on Friday. The Christmas Tree Festival is part of an extended weekend of celebrations, which includes Aylsham’s ‘Lights Switch On’ and lantern procession; the Advent all-age worship service; a Medieval Christmas concert with Hexicordia and a Christmas Craft Market until 12 noon.
27/11/2017 7:00pm
Cameron Collington will be the guest speaker at the North Norfolk Filling Station. Anyone is invited to join the group for an evening of fellowship and wonderful worship followed by the main talk. There will also be a time for prayer ministry at the end of the evening. Coffee and cakes will be available from 7pm. The talk starts at 7.30pm. For further information please email Tasha North at : nnfillingstation@gmail.com or telephone 07825702360. Visit http://thefillingstation.org.uk
28/11/2017 10:00am
A whole host of colourful Christmas trees, a medieval concert and a craft fair will be helping to fill Aylsham Parish Church with Christmas spirit at the church’s annual Christmas Tree Festival which starts on Friday. The Christmas Tree Festival is part of an extended weekend of celebrations, which includes Aylsham’s ‘Lights Switch On’ and lantern procession; the Advent all-age worship service; a Medieval Christmas concert with Hexicordia and a Christmas Craft Market.
28/11/2017 11:00am
An eight week course providing jobseekers with the chance to meet other people in a similar situation, whilst receiving practical and tailored support through one-to-one coaching. The course provides those looking for work with skills and abilities, such as CV writing, interview technique and the value of volunteering. This Course runs alongside a supportive peer-to-peer community, where those looking for work can share their experiences, struggles and advice around a relaxed meal.
28/11/2017 12:30pm
Simple Soup lunch - to raise funds for Christian Aid, provided by a different church each week.
29/11/2017 10:30am
St Andrew's Church, Trowse are hosting Cafe Church. Come and visit our beautiful church and enjoy a cuppa and a chat. 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
29/11/2017 7:00pm
The trio Hexachordia will perform A Medieval Christmas - A Celebration in Music and Words on the Wednesday evening, November 29, to raise money for Hope and Homes, an international charity which helps get children out of orphanages and into homes with families. The group consists of Sarah Doig, Tony Scheuregger and Jane Scheuregger, playing lutes, the gittern, crumhorn and other age-old instruments. Tickets for the concert, which starts at 7pm, are £10, including refreshments.
30/11/2017 10:00am
Tea, coffee, homemade cakes and filled rolls will be available from 10am to 7pm every day (from 12noon on Sunday). Light lunches and teas will also be available. Around fifty trees expected, each decorated by a different charity. Thousands of visitors expected, including many coach and school parties. Opportunity to pray and remember loved ones at the dedicated prayer trees”.
30/11/2017 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.
30/11/2017 7:30pm
On St Andrew’s Day we invite you to attend the re-dedication of our newly restored and cleaned 18th century painting Resurrection By John Theodor Heinz. 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
01/12/2017 10:00am
Tea, coffee, homemade cakes and filled rolls will be available from 10am to 7pm every day (from 12noon on Sunday). Light lunches and teas will also be available. Around fifty trees expected, each decorated by a different charity. Thousands of visitors expected, including many coach and school parties. Opportunity to pray and remember loved ones at the dedicated prayer trees”.
01/12/2017 10:30am
Over 200 different crib scenes to view. All are welcome. Parking in school playground opposite at weekends
01/12/2017 6:30pm
Please join us for this service of thanksgiving, remembrance and hope on World AIDS Day. Refreshments after the service.
01/12/2017 7:00pm
In December Call to Prayer are hosting a two day conference in Norwich with the East Norfolk School of Prophetic Ministry, equipping those who are eager to see more of God’s power and authority released in their lives. 
02/12/2017 10:00am
In December Call to Prayer are hosting a two day conference in Norwich with the East Norfolk School of Prophetic Ministry, equipping those who are eager to see more of God’s power and authority released in their lives. 
02/12/2017 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 a popular preached retreat to help prepare for the feast of the Birth of Jesus. The cost is £12. There are normally 2 or 3 guided sessions throughout the day, plus some solitary time.
02/12/2017 10:00am
Santa returns to Rocklands Village Hall and joins many stallholders for the 2017 Rocklands Christmas Market. Stalls will include quality local crafts, seasonal treats, presents and The Wolf Brewery. Santa will be in his grotto to meet the children who will each receive a present. Visits to Santa (£3 per child) must be booked in advance by calling Sharon on 01953 483187. Tea, coffee, soft drink and refreshments will be available.
02/12/2017 10:00am
Lots of stalls, cafe open for fine coffees, teas, light lunches.
02/12/2017 10:00am
Tea, coffee, homemade cakes and filled rolls will be available from 10am to 7pm every day (from 12noon on Sunday). Light lunches and teas will also be available. Around fifty trees expected, each decorated by a different charity. Thousands of visitors expected, including many coach and school parties. Opportunity to pray and remember loved ones at the dedicated prayer trees”.
02/12/2017 10:30am
Over 200 different crib scenes to view. All are welcome. Parking in school playground opposite at weekends. Informal organ recitals by Tim Patient from 11 am to 12 noon
02/12/2017 7:00pm
Noel & Tricia Richards, well known writers of contemporary Christian hymns and Songs, will host their concert is called “An Evening with Noel & Tricia Richards”, which will feature conversation in an intimate acoustic setting, including some new songs as well as old favourites. Entry is free, but by pre-ordered ticket only. Donations towards the church building fund will be accepted on the night. Tickets can be ordered by emailing: concert@stalhambaptist.org.uk. Interval refreshments will be available.
02/12/2017 7:00pm
An open mic style concert of both Christmas and non-Christmas music by local musicians. Refreshments served, tickets free but an offering will be taken for Open Doors.
02/12/2017 7:30pm
North Norfolk Chorale will give a concert featuring Joseph Haydn’s “Nelson Mass”. The programme opens with Haydn’s stirring motet “Insanae et Vanae Curae”, and will be rounded out by selected instrumental works. Tickets can be purchased (including early booking discount) at £13.00 each online at north-norfolk-chorale.co.uk, or by calling 01692 405591. Online bookings will attract a small booking fee. Tickets may also be purchased on the door at the full price of £15.00.
03/12/2017 8:00am
Here at Trimingham we are very happy to welcome the return of Broadland Youth Choir on Sunday 3 Dec at 2 pm for a concert celebrating the coming of Christmas Tickets just £7.50 (under 14s accompanied by an adult Free admission) with seasonal refreshments Book with Linda on 01263 834349 or Liz 01263 834965
03/12/2017 10:30am
A special service for the Christmas Tree Festival, with a blessing for all the charities involved. This is not a communion service. In the evening at 7.45 p.m. - Compline for the Christmas Tree Festival, sung by the Church choir. As always, all are welcome to attend either or both services.
03/12/2017 10:30am
Cliff Park Community Church's annual Carols and Coffee event. Free event. Great Yarmouth Future Brass Band will be playing. Former BBC broadcaster Tony Mallion will again be hosting. No advance tickets but there will be a bucket collection for the Living Room project which provides a night shelter for the homeless in Great Yarmouth during the winter months.
03/12/2017 12:00pm
Over 200 different crib scenes to view. All are welcome. Parking in school playground opposite at weekends
03/12/2017 4:30pm
Christmas cafe worship, including refreshments
03/12/2017 6:30pm
Macmillan Cancer Support North Norfolk is inviting families to celebrate the lives of loved ones lost to cancer. St Peters’ Christmas tree will be decorated with lights to represent all those who folk wish to remember, and those lights will be switched on for the first time during the service. You can sponsor a light on the tree and hang bauble-shaped messages dedicated to friends and family. Donations will go to Macmillan North Norfolk. For more information, phone 01263 823578.
03/12/2017 6:30pm
Christ Church Eaton will be holding a candelit carol service to mark the beginning of Advent. Guest organist, Neil Ricketts will be accompanying the choir for this service. All welcome!
03/12/2017 6:30pm
Circuit advent service
03/12/2017 7:00pm
Time for reflection on Advent Sunday. Coffee from 6.30pm.
04/12/2017 10:00am
Tea, coffee, homemade cakes and filled rolls will be available from 10am to 7pm every day (from 12noon on Sunday). Light lunches and teas will also be available. Around fifty trees expected, each decorated by a different charity. Thousands of visitors expected, including many coach and school parties. Opportunity to pray and remember loved ones at the dedicated prayer trees”.
04/12/2017 10:30am
Advent day of reflection by the Society of St Luke. £12 including lunch. Please book in advance.
05/12/2017 10:00am
Tea, coffee, homemade cakes and filled rolls will be available from 10am to 7pm every day (from 12noon on Sunday). Light lunches and teas will also be available. Around fifty trees expected, each decorated by a different charity. Thousands of visitors expected, including many coach and school parties. Opportunity to pray and remember loved ones at the dedicated prayer trees”.
05/12/2017 11:00am
An eight week course providing jobseekers with the chance to meet other people in a similar situation, whilst receiving practical and tailored support through one-to-one coaching. The course provides those looking for work with skills and abilities, such as CV writing, interview technique and the value of volunteering. This Course runs alongside a supportive peer-to-peer community, where those looking for work can share their experiences, struggles and advice around a relaxed meal.
05/12/2017 12:30pm
Simple Soup lunch - to raise funds for Christian Aid, provided by a different church each week.
06/12/2017
The next Ministers and Leaders Lunch for Transforming Norwich is from 12.30pm to 2pm. Kings are serving a Christmas Lunch which will be £5 per person, and Ian Dyble will be taking the opportunity to share with Ministers. Booking is essential, no later than November 28 to Lucie at transformingnorwich@gmail.com This event is intended for church and other other Christian project leaders
06/12/2017 10:00am
Tea, coffee, homemade cakes and filled rolls will be available from 10am to 7pm every day (from 12noon on Sunday). Light lunches and teas will also be available. Around fifty trees expected, each decorated by a different charity. Thousands of visitors expected, including many coach and school parties. Opportunity to pray and remember loved ones at the dedicated prayer trees”.
06/12/2017 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
06/12/2017 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
06/12/2017 7:30pm
It is time to open the celebrations of Christmas having wandered into the amazing season of Advent. Along with Guest Speaker and co-founder of the Sprowston Filling Station Rev Canon Simon Stokes, we will remember and respond once again to the call to worship God who sent his Son into the world to be with us. Come and See.
07/12/2017 10:00am
Wonderful Christmas Festival - Lots of Christmas trees, as usual, but this year also with wreaths and cribs. Stalls and refreshments. Music and entertainment.
07/12/2017 10:00am
Tea, coffee, homemade cakes and filled rolls will be available from 10am to 7pm every day (from 12noon on Sunday). Light lunches and teas will also be available. Around fifty trees expected, each decorated by a different charity. Thousands of visitors expected, including many coach and school parties. Opportunity to pray and remember loved ones at the dedicated prayer trees”.
07/12/2017 7:00pm
The Parish Nursing Service at St Francis Church, Heartsease is providing an opportunity for people to find out more about dementia, how to communicate with people with dementia and how spirituality links to dementia. The course consists of three sessions run by Dr Sarah Housden, Senior Lecturer in Health Sciences at the UEA.
08/12/2017 10:00am
Over 200 different crib scenes to view. All are welcome. Parking in school playground opposite at weekends
08/12/2017 10:00am
Wonderful Christmas Festival - Lots of Christmas trees, as usual, but this year also with wreaths and cribs. Stalls and refreshments. Music and entertainment.
08/12/2017 10:00am
Journey of the Magi is a sparkling production of dance, theatre, song and poetry. It will be performed for one night only at Together Loving Christ Church, Drayton Hall, Hall Lane on December 8th at 7pm
08/12/2017 8:00pm
enjoy a stimulating, thought provoking, possibly challenging and usually entertaining film in the church building. Refreshments and good company provided!
09/12/2017
SOUL Church, in Norwich, is hosting its free, annual Christmas production, The Wonder at 11am, 1.30pm, 4pm, 6.30pm.
09/12/2017 9:30am
All young people age 13 - 18 are invited to the Youth Theatre Festival to sample improv, comedy and scare acting, as well as a chance to create a play-in-a-day, an open mic and a games exchange, plus a professional performance. Enjoy a day of theatre skills, confidence, friendship and creativity. Tickets can be bought at https://www.nayt.org.uk/events for £20 each. Organised by the Slow Theatre Company Youth Group.
09/12/2017 10:00am
Wonderful Christmas Festival - Lots of Christmas trees, as usual, but this year also with wreaths and cribs. Stalls and refreshments. Music and entertainment.
09/12/2017 10:00am
Over 200 different crib scenes to view. All are welcome. Parking in school playground opposite at weekends. Informal organ recitals by Tim Patient from 11 am to 12 noon
09/12/2017 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.
09/12/2017 2:30pm
Carols and cakes
09/12/2017 6:30pm
Celebrate Advent - Look forward to Christmas with Marilyn Baker and Tracy Williamson.
09/12/2017 7:30pm
Sing a Song of Christmas as the choir eases you into the festive mood. This year’s programme offers a mix of traditional Christmas carols, well-loved seasonal favourites, sparkling pieces new to their winter repertoire, a good sprinkling of solo and group features from their choristers, the usual opportunities for audience participation, and a rousing finale! Tickets are available at the door, £7.50, and there are interval refreshments and a raffle. For further info contact Alan Gidney, 01603 408393
10/12/2017
SOUL Church, in Norwich, is hosting its free, annual Christmas production, The Wonder at 11am, 1.30pm, 4pm, 6.30pm.
10/12/2017 12:00pm
Wonderful Christmas Festival - Lots of Christmas trees, as usual, but this year also with wreaths and cribs. Stalls and refreshments. Music and entertainment.
10/12/2017 12:00pm
Over 200 different crib scenes to view. All are welcome. Parking in school playground opposite at weekends. Christingle Carol Service 4 pm.
10/12/2017 3:00pm
Seasonal craft, stories, fun and games. For children of all ages. Children under 16 with an adult please.
10/12/2017 3:30pm
By the Sheringham Singers
10/12/2017 4:00pm
Supporting The Children’s Society.
10/12/2017 4:30pm
Christmas cafe worship, including refreshments
10/12/2017 5:00pm
The Mews, Cliff Park, Gorleston
Carol singing for all. Mince pies and mulled wine will be served .
10/12/2017 6:00pm
You’re invited to join Taverham Evangelica Church at Taverham Village Hall, for our annual Family Carol service. It will be a night celebrating the true reason for Christmas, as well as enjoying some well loved carols. The service will be followed by festive refreshments. We can’t wait to see you.
11/12/2017 10:00am
Wonderful Christmas Festival - Lots of Christmas trees, as usual, but this year also with wreaths and cribs. Stalls and refreshments. Music and entertainment.
12/12/2017 10:00am
Wonderful Christmas Festival - Lots of Christmas trees, as usual, but this year also with wreaths and cribs. Stalls and refreshments. Music and entertainment.
12/12/2017 11:00am
An eight week course providing jobseekers with the chance to meet other people in a similar situation, whilst receiving practical and tailored support through one-to-one coaching. The course provides those looking for work with skills and abilities, such as CV writing, interview technique and the value of volunteering. This Course runs alongside a supportive peer-to-peer community, where those looking for work can share their experiences, struggles and advice around a relaxed meal.
13/12/2017 1:30pm
1.30pm at St Stephens
14/12/2017 1:05am
Workers in the City are invited to a lunchtime Business Community Carol Service. Starts at 1.05 and includes a short service (40 mins) followed by sausage rolls, mince pies, fresh coffee and tea. Admission and refreshments free. For further information contact Rev. Martin Young 01603 498821 or www.standrewsnorwich.org/events”.
14/12/2017 7:30pm
Churches in Sheringham get together for the grand annual Christmas celebration.
16/12/2017 7:30pm
Christmas concert by Cromer and Sheringham Brass Band
17/12/2017 10:00am
Carol Service at St Stephens Norwich
17/12/2017 10:30am
Carols and readings
17/12/2017 2:00pm
St Andrew's Church, Trowse are hosting a Medieval Christmas Concert with Hexachordia. Hexachordia is a trio of three musicians formed to make music from the pre-baroque era accessible to a wide audience. By combining music with the spoken word they aim to tell a story with each of our concert programmes, a format that has proven popular with audiences, particularly those who may not be so familiar with the early music repertoire. Further details of events can be found on our website www.trowsechuch.co.uk.
17/12/2017 4:00pm
Family nativity carol service at St Stephens
17/12/2017 4:00pm
Carol service with candles and seasonal refreshments. No morning service
17/12/2017 6:00pm
With refreshments
17/12/2017 6:30pm
Carols by Candlelight
17/12/2017 6:30pm
Traditional service of nine lessons and carols
18/12/2017 7:30pm
Join us for the annual LGBT+ Christmas Carol Service - now in its 24th year! Coffee and mince pies will be available after the service. All are welcome.
19/12/2017 11:00am
An eight week course providing jobseekers with the chance to meet other people in a similar situation, whilst receiving practical and tailored support through one-to-one coaching. The course provides those looking for work with skills and abilities, such as CV writing, interview technique and the value of volunteering. This Course runs alongside a supportive peer-to-peer community, where those looking for work can share their experiences, struggles and advice around a relaxed meal.
19/12/2017 7:30pm
Carols by candlelight
20/12/2017 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
20/12/2017 11:00am
Join the Lakenham Churches together and the Cringleford singers for a coffee and carols, a great chance to bring friends and spread the gospel this Christmas.
20/12/2017 7:30pm
All are welcome to join the film club. Free of charge. Starts 7.30pm. Due to licensing, the title of the film is not to be promoted - but pop along the the chapel to ask what will be showing!
23/12/2017 4:30pm
Traditional Christingle service
24/12/2017 4:00pm
Crib Service – the Christmas story with carols to sing and knitted figures to add to the crib. For children of all ages! Followed at 11.30 pm by Midnight Communion
24/12/2017 4:00pm
Family Christingle service
24/12/2017 5:00pm
Unrehearsed nativity event - everyone is welcome to join in - just turn up!
24/12/2017 6:00pm
For a dramatic portrayal of the Christmas Story join us as we walk in their shoes.
24/12/2017 11:00pm
Sheringham churches
3 Sheringham churches are holding a midnight service or mass: St Peters, starting at 11.30pm, Lighthouse, starting at 11pm, St Josephs, starting at midnight.
24/12/2017 11:15pm
Midnight Service at St Stephens
25/12/2017 8:00am
Holy Communion at 8am, followed at 10.30 am by Family Communion for Christmas Morning
25/12/2017 10:00am
Family Communion Christmas service at St Stephens
25/12/2017 10:00am
Sheringham churches
St Peters at 8am and 10am, St Andrews at 10am, Salvation Army at 10.30am, St Josephs at 11am
27/12/2017 10:30am
St Andrew's Church, Trowse are hosting Cafe Church. Come and visit our beautiful church and enjoy a cuppa and a chat. 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
28/12/2017 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.
 

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