Six hot nights returns to Soul Church in Norwich
Cold days and longer nights? Do not fear - Soul Church's 'six hot nights' are here to heat you up! A range of guest speakers are lined up from November 4 over the coming weeks in the lead up the lead up to Christmas production The Wonder.
The events start on November 4 at 5pm, with comedian Mark Ritchie, who will share a message at the service, followed by candy floss, waffles and a comedy aftershow.
On November 11 SOUL Church will be showing a recorded interview with TD Jakes and Pastors Jon and Chantel, before Elsie’s Pizza completes the evening.
The following week, on November 18, Pastor Thomas Hansen will be joining the church from Hillsong Denmark, plus there’ll be a nacho feast – not to be missed!
On Sunday November 25, well-known Christian singer/songwriter Martin Smith will return to Norwich, followed by bucket list chips with a twist. (Intrigued? Come along and find out more!)
December launches with a visit from Pastor Charlotte Gambill from Bradford’s Life Church. Join us to sample curry pie after the service.
And finally, on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 December, the popular Christmas production, The Wonder, returns with nine performances over the weekend.
Pastors Jon and Chantel Norman explain, “We want to make church accessible to everyone. Six Hot Nights offers the chance to hear from a wide range of experienced leaders and to know God deeper. It also gives people the opportunity to invite friends and family who would never usually come to church, so they can hear about our Saviour, Jesus Christ.”
Visit soulchurch.com to find out more about the special events and thewonder.org.uk for more info on the Christmas production.
All events are free (but don’t forget your wallet for the tasty treats afterwards!) and everyone is welcome.
4 Mason Road
Norwich NR6 6RF
Pictured above: stand up comedian Mark Ritchie
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