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Norwich church to live stream all services 


SOUL Church is temporarily moving online and will be streaming its Sunday services on Facebook and YouTube. 

In line with the latest health advice, the church is temporarily moving online and invites all those who are social distancing or self isolating to tune in for worship and Biblical teaching.
Pastor Jon explains, “In times of uncertainty and fear, the church has an opportunity to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ and to share hope with those around us. We won’t be gathering in person for Sunday services for a while, but we will stream two live services online each Sunday so that people can tune in for an uplifting message of hope.”
From 25 March, Pastor Jon will also be sharing weekday ‘Good News at Noon’ updates and a weekly chapel session every Tuesday at 10:30am until the church can open its doors once more. It’s hoped that offering services online means those who may not be able to get to their own church can still share in a Bible-based service each week.
This Sunday, for Mother’s Day, the church will stream live at 10:30am. After that, services will stream at both 10:30am and 5pm each Sunday.
You can find out more at
  • Sunday 22 March, service at 10:30am
  • Sunday 29 March onwards, services at 10:30am and 5pm
  • Tuesdays from 24 March, chapel at 10:30am
  • Every day from Wednesday 25 March, Good News at Noon, 12pm

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