Norwich church to host series of open events
SOUL Church welcomes the Watoto Children’s Choir from Uganda, mental health advocate, Dr. Robi Sonderegger, and apologetics speaker, Michael Ramsden to Norwich.
SOUL Church has an action-packed programme of events and services coming up over the next few weeks and would like to invite people from across the area to come along.
Firstly, the Watoto Children’s Choir will be partaking in the three morning services at 9am, 10:30am and 12:30pm on Sunday 2 February, with a full concert at 5pm, featuring songs from their new album.
Ambassadors of hope for Africa’s widows and orphans, the choir is made up of Ugandan children who live in the country’s Watoto village. There, vulnerable women and children can make a safe home for themselves, learning skills that will lift them out of poverty and give them a brighter future.
On Sunday 16 February, the church is holding a mental health awareness day, with a message and interview with Dr. Robi Sonderegger. A compelling, passionate and highly entertaining presenter, Dr. Robi combines science and scripture to equip and empower individuals.
Then on Sunday 8 March, international speaker and apologetics scholar, Michael Ramsden, will be speaking at three services with a powerful Gospel message for all.
Pastor Jon Norman said, “We’re delighted to welcome these special guests and we’d love to invite people to join us. These Sundays promise to be inspiring, challenging and to strengthen our faith and they also provide a great opportunity to bring friends and family who might not otherwise come to church.”
Watoto Children’s Choir
Sunday 2 February, 9am, 10:30am, 12:30pm, full concert at 5pm
Dr Robi Sonderegger
Sunday 16 February, 9am, 10:30am, 12:30pm, 5pm
Sunday 8 March, 9am, 10:30am, 12:30pm
SOUL Church, Mason Road, Norwich NR6 6RF
Free entry, all welcome. Free parking available and accessible access too.
Pictured above: Dr. Robi Sonderegger