Key Christian events 
Seafaring musical shows at two Norfolk churches
Musicians from Kings Chamber Orchestra will perform interactive concerts and give testimonies of their Christian faith on June 22 in Swaffham and Norwich. More ...
KCOCF
Cathedral choir to perform Haydn’s musical masterpiece
The whole world takes centre stage in the latest musical masterpiece to be performed by Norwich Cathedral Chamber Choir on Saturday June 15. More ...
Norwich Cathedral Chamber Choi
Latest Norfolk Christian community events
Take a look at these events of interest to the Norfolk Christian community, including the Right and True Man Men's Seminar, the Ouse Valley Filling Station, Summer on the Mag, the Norfolk School of Prophets and Love is the Thread Exhibition. More ...
Norwich church celebrates 5th birthday with worship
Former Delirious? frontman, Martin Smith, is to lead a worship night in Norwich on June 30.   More ...
Indian pastor offers authentic cookery class in Norwich
Pastor Nicky Smith and her husband Samuel Zion from Andhra Pradesh, India, are in Norwich for June and are offering an authentic Indian cookery class. More ...
Prepare for a new season with Norfolk School of Prophets  
Alaric and Jane Hunt travel the world teaching and equipping churches in prophetic ministry. On Saturday, June 15 they will be in Norwich to talk about ‘Transitions and Transformations: how spiritual warriors reinvent themselves for the new season.” More ...
Hundreds to gather on Pentecost Sunday in Norwich
Exploring science and faith with young people
Invite to Norwich Christian women's group away day
Indian pastor back in Norwich in June
Hear stories of how God is at work in Japan
Norwich churches host annual May Fair
Norwich Cathedral Easter Family Fun Day
Bishop leads cast of Passion play at Anglia Square
A dream of a show at Cathedral Shakespeare Festival
Norwich event anticipates a season of opening doors
Rhapsody Evangelistic Outreach Network meeting
Monthly bible teaching mornings in Norfolk
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This is a calendar of events for the Christian community in Norwich and Norfolk. E-mail the following details of your event to Network Norfolk Events:  Date, event title, what it involves, start and end time, location (if you include a postcode we can attach an e-map to your entry), contact name and tel no for more details. The details must be received at least two weeks before the event, ideally longer.
This listing contains the next 20 events. If you require information on events even further ahead then visit the comprehensive Calendar database section of this website.

 Rolling Events Diary (see also events on Partners pages) 
Mundesley - Car Boot sale
Wednesday 19 June, Mundesley Gold Park
Car boot sale - Come and find some great bargains on the Christian Aid stall. Look out for our red banners
and have a chat with our volunteers from the Methodist churches, free church and the Church of England.
We believe in life before death. 
It is part of our annual fundraising for Christian Aid so all proceeds will go to Christian Aid.
Ecumenical Bible Study - Romans
2:00pm Wednesday 19 June, Quaker Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich
This ecumenical Bible study will take place every Wednesday afternoon, starting on February 13. All are welcome.
Norwich FGB Dinner
7:00pm Thursday 20 June, Mercure Hotel, 121-131 Boundary Road, Norwich
Two-course dinner with guest speakers: John Gaughan was one of Herman’s Hermits (‘Something tells me I’m into something good’). He started from the top, and worked down, to the gutter – where he met Jesus. Great music and an amazing story to tell.
Tickets are £15, evening starts at 7 for 7.30pm.
Tickets should be booked in advance via Dr Barrie Lawrence, Norwich Chapter President, on 01603 898289
or by email to: barrielawrence@btinternet.com
 
Norwich Healing Rooms
7:30pm Thursday 20 June, St Edmunds Church Fishergate
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
The Lighthouse and the Sea
11:00am Saturday 22 June, Fountain of Life Church, Swaffham Road, Ashill
A musical celebration for all the family of all things connected to the sea. KCO with its inimitable family fun; flying fish, a dolphin, a lighthouse and innumerable sailors bring out the deck-swabbing adventurer in us all – with a little help from Vivaldi, John Williams and Mr Bean.
Tickets £5 (under 4s free) Family ticket £20
Don’t forget to bring a teddy!

To book email registration@folchurch.co.uk
King's Lynn - Ceilidh for Christian Aid
7:00pm Saturday 22 June, St Faith's Church Rooms, Gayton Road, King's Lynn
Ceilidh in aid of Christian Aid at St Faith’s Church Rooms in Gaywood.
Norwich - The Kings Chamber Orchestra at...
7:30pm Saturday 22 June, St Stephen's Church, Rampant Horse Street, Norwich
The Lighthouse and the Sea: An Evening of out-of-the-box Classical Music at St Stephen's Church, Norwich
The Kings Chamber Orchestra (KCO) is an outstanding professional orchestra whose members are committed Christians who aim to share classical music with depth and humour, expressing the fun and love of God's creation.

KCO's enthusiam and improvisations often attract large audiences and they have played in a variety of venues including the Royal Albert Hall.

In The Lighthouse and the Sea, the KCO brings to life a seafaring programme with works by Vivaldi, Debussy and Gliere and others. Ever the masters of surprise, the KCO combine classic elements with wry humour and touching observations about all things maritime.Expect to dream a seaside dream, featuring Captain Cook and accompanied by outstanding music, and you won't be far wrong. This is a unique opportunity to hear beautiful music played in a way you have never heard it before.
Swanton Novers - Filling Station June...
7:00pm Monday 24 June, Swanton Novers Village Hall, St Giles Road, Swanton Novers, Melton Constable.
Sasha Caridia will be the speaker at the June meeting of North Norfolk Filling Station. 
Sasha is a Health Professional who is passionate for the Kingdom of God, His Presence, for healing to be fully re established as central to the good news of the Kingdom and seeing the realities of Heaven released on Earth. She is involved in the local church context helping people to discover the supernatural reality of God in their lives and the potential for this to impact and influence every place we go, she lives with the question “what would it look like if the Bride fully realised who she is”? All are welcome for an evening of fellowship, wonderful worship followed by the main talk. There will also be a time  for prayer ministry at the end of the evening. Please feel able to arrive at from  7pm for coffee, cakes and chat, for a 7.30 start.  For further information please email Tasha North at :nnfillingstation@gmail.com or telephone 07825702360
Science Faith Lecture
7:30pm Monday 24 June, Trinity Meeting Place, Essex St., Norwich
Exploring Science and Faith with Young People. What kind of answers should we provide to a range of questions that young people often ask: -
‘Does science disprove God?’; ‘Why doesn’t the Bible mention dinosaurs?’; ‘Could robots or aliens be religious?’; ‘What really makes me ‘me’?’
Steph Bryant will share her experiences as a member of the Youth and Schools Team, based at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion in Cambridge.
Norwich - Ecumenical Criminal Justice...
5:30pm Tuesday 25 June, Granary Court, Bishop's House, Norwich
Vicky Day, Head of Prevention and Rehabilitation with the Office of PCC for Norfolk,  will speak about her work with projects for woman.
Mundesley - Car Boot sale
Wednesday 26 June, Mundesley Gold Park
Car boot sale - Come and find some great bargains on the Christian Aid stall. Look out for our red banners
and have a chat with our volunteers from the Methodist churches, free church and the Church of England.
We believe in life before death. 
It is part of our annual fundraising for Christian Aid so all proceeds will go to Christian Aid.
Ecumenical Bible Study - Romans
2:00pm Wednesday 26 June, Quaker Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich
This ecumenical Bible study will take place every Wednesday afternoon, starting on February 13. All are welcome.
Listening Skills workshop
5:30pm Wednesday 26 June, Revelation Resource Centre St Michael at Plea Church, Redwell Street, Norwich
Norwich Healing Rooms
7:30pm Thursday 27 June, St Edmunds Church Fishergate
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
Corpusty - Exhibition of icons
6:30pm Friday 28 June, St Peter’s Church, Corpusty
A celebration of living art by artist Judith James. A fine body of iconography work comprising of more than 20 icons she has made herself. She intends to paint an icon while the church is open to visitors. Special plinths have been designed for her icons, which feature many traditional images.

St Peter’s is a fourteenth century disused church on a hill clearly visible from the B1149 Norwich to Holt Road, in the care of the Norfolk Churches Trust
 
Judith’s exhibition opens on Friday June 28 with formal exhibition opening at 6.30pm lasting for 2 hours.  Light refreshments will be available and donations towards the planned conservation of the interior of the church will be welcome.
 
On Saturday June 29, the exhibition will be open from 11am to 5pm. There will be a picnic in the churchyard at 1pm, and the Patronal Service is at 2.30pm conducted by the Rev David Longe, vicar of Saxthorpe. The exhibition will then run until July 5.
Stalham - Summer concert
7:00pm Friday 28 June, Stalham Baptist Church
Music For a Summer Evening. The Anglian Singers with guest cellist Emma Ship for “Music on a Summer Evening.”  The Anglian Singers are a friendly, mixed choir of approximately 30 voices, based in Norwich. They aim to cover a variety of musical styles from the classical, folk, jazz and musical. Refreshments available and donations accepted on the evening for Stalham Baptist Church.
Corpusty - Exhibition of icons
11:00am Saturday 29 June, St Peter’s Church, Corpusty
A celebration of living art by artist Judith James. A fine body of iconography work comprising of more than 20 icons she has made herself. She intends to paint an icon while the church is open to visitors. Special plinths have been designed for her icons, which feature many traditional images.

St Peter’s is a fourteenth century disused church on a hill clearly visible from the B1149 Norwich to Holt Road, in the care of the Norfolk Churches Trust
 
Judith’s exhibition opens on Friday June 28 with formal exhibition opening at 6.30pm lasting for 2 hours.  Light refreshments will be available and donations towards the planned conservation of the interior of the church will be welcome.
 
On Saturday June 29, the exhibition will be open from 11am to 5pm. There will be a picnic in the churchyard at 1pm, and the Patronal Service is at 2.30pm conducted by the Rev David Longe, vicar of Saxthorpe. The exhibition will then run until July 5.
Walsingham - Garden Party
2:00pm Saturday 29 June, St. Seraphim’s, Station road, Walsingham.
St. Seraphim’s Garden Party. A family event with stalls, children’s games, a raffle, refreshments and live music from ‘Four in a Bar with Phil Brooke’.  Admission Free.  Disabled Access.  Well behaved dogs on leads.
 For further info: contact saint.seraphims@gmail.com , Tel. 01328 820610.
 
Summer Orchestral Cncert
Sunday 30 June, Trinity United Reformed Church, 1 Unthank Road, Norwich
Orchestra set to perform in Norwich church 
Trinity United Reformed Church in Norwich is staging an orchestral concert in aim of the Priscilla Bacon Lodge Support Group? on Sunday June 30 at 3pm.

St Gregory's Orchestra, (conducted by Martin Wyatt) will play a selection of sings from the musical Oklahoma by Rodgers & Hammerstein
 
There will be a Sonata for Clarinet and Orchestra by Ian Hytch, with soloist Rachel York, conducted by the composer
 
Also being performed will be New World Symphony No9 by Dvorak
 
Tickets at £8 are available at the door or in advance from members of the Orchestra or members of the Church - 01603 414307
 
Trinity United Reformed Church, 1 Unthank Road, Norwich, NR2 2PA. 

www.stgregorysorchestra.org.uk
Corpusty - Exhibition of icons
11:00am Sunday 30 June, St Peter’s Church, Corpusty
A celebration of living art by artist Judith James. A fine body of iconography work comprising of more than 20 icons she has made herself. She intends to paint an icon while the church is open to visitors. Special plinths have been designed for her icons, which feature many traditional images.

St Peter’s is a fourteenth century disused church on a hill clearly visible from the B1149 Norwich to Holt Road, in the care of the Norfolk Churches Trust.
 
 
Worship with Martin Smith
5:00pm Sunday 30 June, Soul Church, 4 Mason Road, Norwich
Corpusty - Exhibition of icons
10:00am Monday 1 July, St Peter’s Church, Corpusty
A celebration of living art by artist Judith James. A fine body of iconography work comprising of more than 20 icons she has made herself. She intends to paint an icon while the church is open to visitors. Special plinths have been designed for her icons, which feature many traditional images.

St Peter’s is a fourteenth century disused church on a hill clearly visible from the B1149 Norwich to Holt Road, in the care of the Norfolk Churches Trust.
 
Corpusty - Exhibition of icons
10:00am Tuesday 2 July, St Peter’s Church, Corpusty
A celebration of living art by artist Judith James. A fine body of iconography work comprising of more than 20 icons she has made herself. She intends to paint an icon while the church is open to visitors. Special plinths have been designed for her icons, which feature many traditional images.

St Peter’s is a fourteenth century disused church on a hill clearly visible from the B1149 Norwich to Holt Road, in the care of the Norfolk Churches Trust.
 
Princes Street Guild
2:30pm Tuesday 2 July, United Reformed Church, Princes Street, Norwich,
New Zealand - a talk by Dr. Nick Ireland. All are welcome
Would You Adam And Eve It?
7:15pm Tuesday 2 July, St Nicholas Church, North Walsham
Searchlight Theatre Company www.searchlighttheatre.org
Presents Would You Adam And Eve It?
St Nicholas Church, North Walsham
Tickets £10
Online from Searchlight Theatre
In person from North Walsham Heritage Centre
From Roger Buck 07884 945 479
Corpusty - Exhibition of icons
10:00am Wednesday 3 July, St Peter’s Church, Corpusty
A celebration of living art by artist Judith James. A fine body of iconography work comprising of more than 20 icons she has made herself. She intends to paint an icon while the church is open to visitors. Special plinths have been designed for her icons, which feature many traditional images.

St Peter’s is a fourteenth century disused church on a hill clearly visible from the B1149 Norwich to Holt Road, in the care of the Norfolk Churches Trust.
 
Ecumenical Bible Study - Romans
2:00pm Wednesday 3 July, Quaker Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich
This ecumenical Bible study will take place every Wednesday afternoon, starting on February 13. All are welcome.
Norfolk CMA Branch Meeting
7:00pm Wednesday 3 July, Open Door Christian Fellowship, Ramsey Cl, Norwich
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
Sheringham - Flower Festival
Thursday 4 July, St Andrews Methodist Church, Cromer Road, Sheringham
Annual flower festival. Stalls, refreshments, music.
Corpusty - Exhibition of icons
10:00am Thursday 4 July, St Peter’s Church, Corpusty
A celebration of living art by artist Judith James. A fine body of iconography work comprising of more than 20 icons she has made herself. She intends to paint an icon while the church is open to visitors. Special plinths have been designed for her icons, which feature many traditional images.

St Peter’s is a fourteenth century disused church on a hill clearly visible from the B1149 Norwich to Holt Road, in the care of the Norfolk Churches Trust.
 
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