Revelation Café

ForgetMeNotCafeSituated in the old medieval church of St Michael at Plea on Redwell Street at the top of Bank Plain, Revelation is an ecumenical charitable enterprise exercising a ministry in the centre of the city. Within the walls of this ancient church, we offer a bookshop, a meeting place, a platform for debate and a welcoming refuge for refreshment.

 Normal opening hours are: Shop 9am to 5pm. Café 9:30am to 3:30pm

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Steve FoysterCF
Evening discussion at Revelation on the subject of hope 

In today’s multi-media world, sharing tragedy minute by minute via the internet and 24 hour news we can easily become swamped by despair. Steve Foyster will lead an open and frank discussion on Friday March 20 at 5.30pm.

Steve Foyster is manager of Revelation Resource Centre and also a peer tutor at the Recovery College, Hellesdon Hospital. The evening is entitled 'never beyond hope' and will be held at Revelation on Redwell Street in Norwich. Steve said, "As individuals suffering from chronic physical illnesses, both physical and mental or as round the clock carers, we can be driven to a feeling of hopelessness. Are there ways to avoid the void, to face the fears? Does faith always help?"

It’s not the depair .. I can stand the despair. It’s the hope I can’t stand’ John Cleese,‘ Clockwise’
We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed but not driven to despair ..’ St Paul, 2 Corinthians 4:8

Event details

Friday 20 March 5-30-7-00 pm
St Michael-at-Plea Church, Redwell Street, Norwich

Please telephone (01603) 619731 or email to reserve a place at this free event
Refreshments for sale

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