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Latest Norfolk Christian community events 

Events of interest to the Norwich and Norfolk Christian community happening over the next four weeks.

19/04/2018 7:00pm
Bob White, Professor of Geophysics at Cambridge University will speak to the question: "Hasn't Science Disproved God?" Again, as an eminent scientist and a keen committed Christian since his conversion as an undergraduate, Bob is well placed to answer this question that people often ask.
20/04/2018 7:00pm
Rev Tony Heywood will be sharing his testimony and speaking to the question: "Christianity: Boring, Irrelevant, Untrue?"
21/04/2018
Gage Road Chapel, Norwich
Norfolk Street Partnership (NSP) will be holding its AGM at Gage Road Chapel in Norwich on Saturday April 21, at 11.30am, followed by a light buffet, all are welcome.
21/04/2018 4:30pm
King's Lynn Klimate Concern are hosting an Earth Day Free Event. With a bar, free food, music, art displays and activities for children. Address issues of climate change and this year's special focus, plastic pollution.
23/04/2018 6:00pm
Julian Study Centre, UEA, Norwich
A former Archbishop of Canterbury, an award-winning professor and a Dominican Sister will be speaking at this year’s Newman Lectures at the UEA, in April. The theme for this year’s series is ‘Holiness’, and the speakers are Professor Stephen Bullivant, of St Mary’s University Twickenham (April 16); former Archbishop Rowan Williams (April 23); and Sr Ann Swailes of Cambridge University (April 30). Lectures take place on Monday evenings at 6.30pm and are free to attend. Contact andrew.Eburne@uea.ac.uk
23/04/2018 7:00pm
The guest speaker will be Norfolk worship leader and speaker Stephen Pitkethly. Everyone is welcome to an evening of fellowship and wonderful worship followed by the main talk, which will be entitled Jesus is coming back! Also prayer ministry at the end of the evening. Coffee and cakes will be available from 7pm, with the main meeting starting at 7.30pm. For more info please email Tasha North at : nnfillingstation@gmail.com or telephone 07825702360. Visit: http://thefillingstation.org.uk/
25/04/2018 10:00am
The Quiet Waters Christian Retreat House near Bungay is running regular one-day retreats, featuring bible study, meditation and prayer enabling people to gently explore the healing of Jesus. The Quiet Waters Christian Retreat House near Bungay is running regular one-day retreats, featuring bible study, meditation and prayer enabling people to gently explore the healing of Jesus.
26/04/2018 7:30pm
Come along to find out what is modern slavery, what does modern slavery look like in King's Lynn and what can we do to make a difference. Organised by Churches Together in King's Lynn with The Clewer Initiative and Imagine Norfolk Together.
27/04/2018 7:00pm
Come and hear the testimony of Kevin Carvosso. Fostered at 7 years old into a Christian family, Kevin was finally adopted at age 14 after a long struggle with the authorities over race (he was black and his adopting family white). He is strongly prophetic and a prayer warrier. Like the psalmist David, he knows what it is to wrestle with depression while holding onto the prophetic word. Kevin is married to Emma and has three young boys. He is a physio. Meet at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.
28/04/2018 7:00pm
Hope Community Church Wymondham is hosting a special evening for women and teenagers with pampering, prayer, worship, art and powerful ministry from South African pioneer Angela Kemm.
28/04/2018 7:00pm
The Benefice of North Creake, South Creake with Waterden, Syderstone with Barmer and Sculthorpe presents Hunstanton Community Choir in an evening of varied light entertainment. Proceeds in aid of Benefice Church Funds. Tickets £6 at the door.
28/04/2018 7:30pm
The Catton Community Choir will be performing a Night at the Oscars. The Choir, which was a joint winner of the BBC Norfolk Choir of the Year in 2011, is formed from members of Oak Grove Community Church and the local community. The choir has been rehearsing hard for the past four months on a varied repertoire of songs from the movies, from James Bond to Mary Poppins, and Hairspray to La, La, Land. Tickets cost £5 and are available from admin@oakgrovecommunitychurch.co.uk or 01603 403388.
28/04/2018 7:30pm
The pieces to be performed at The Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society's concert will all be based on the theme of Light. The concert will include “Eternal Light – A Requiem”, a major work by Howard Goodall CBE. Tickets are £12 in advance or £15 on the door, under 18’s FREE. They are available now from Sheringham Little Theatre box office 01263 822347 or online at www.sheringhamlittletheatre.com
29/04/2018 10:00am
There will be a service of Choral Matins at 10 am at Christ Church, Eaton followed, at 11.15 am by the Church's Annual Parochial Church Meeting (Church AGM). All welcome.
30/04/2018 9:00am
Experienced artist Ann Faiers will lead a 3 day Watercolour Retreat at Quiet Waters Christian Retreat Centre. For beginners and those wishing to build their confidence in the media. There is a suggested donation for the full retreat of £135. Day visitors are welcome each day for a suggested donation of £12 for Monday and £25 per day for Tuesday and Wednesday, including lunch.
30/04/2018 6:00pm
Julian Study Centre, UEA, Norwich
A former Archbishop of Canterbury, an award-winning professor and a Dominican Sister will be speaking at this year’s Newman Lectures at the UEA, in April. The theme for this year’s series is ‘Holiness’, and the speakers are Professor Stephen Bullivant, of St Mary’s University Twickenham (April 16); former Archbishop Rowan Williams (April 23); and Sr Ann Swailes of Cambridge University (April 30). Lectures take place on Monday evenings at 6.30pm and are free to attend. Contact andrew.Eburne@uea.ac.uk
01/05/2018 10:30am
SOUL Church is inviting anyone who serves in church ministry to join them for ‘Open House’ – training days to share ideas together and help launch churches into a new season of growth. The one-day event will be held twice a year and includes dedicated training for those working with children, teens, creative, production and anyone building a team of volunteers. The day is free and includes lunch.
02/05/2018 5:00pm
Local author Neil Haverson will be talking about and reading from his new book 'Ink in my Blood, my half century in newspapers' at Revelation Christian Resource Centre in Norwich on May 2 at 5pm.
02/05/2018 5:30pm
The next meeting of the Ecumenical Criminal Justice Forum will welcome guest speaker Rev Susan Carne. Susan is a community chaplain supporting those leaving prison in Norfolk. The support is highly valued by prison staff and those moving out into the community. Do come and to hear about the chaplaincy and feel free to pass this to colleagues who may be interested.
02/05/2018 7:00pm
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
02/05/2018 7:30pm
We will be looking together at the theme of 'Praising God in the Storm.' As we spend time together worshipping God we can do so acknowledging that our worship doesn't exist in a vacuum. Real life events go on around us and it is in these times that we also need to see the God who loves us enough to ride those storms with us. We welcome a guest speaker with great experience of what it means to exist in a storm.
04/05/2018 11:00am
MAYTIME MEDLEY Art Exhibition and sale of work by 3 local artists. Painter Rosalie Osborne Gibb will exhibit a diverse range of subjects, reflecting her love of coast and countryside. Handmade kiln-fired glass items by Terrie, ranging from Murano glass pendants to seaside sun catchers, Reclaimed oak items, including clocks and lamp bases, by Ian Clifft. Used books, teas, coffees, cakes. Entry free, disabled access, free parking. Meet the artists. 20% of all sales go to St Margarets church.
04/05/2018 7:00pm
St Peter's Church, Brooke is hosting a Flower Festival on the theme of “Celebrating Famous People'. On Friday evening there is a preview with with drinks and nibbles. The preview evening costs £7.00 (Children free). A warm welcome to all. For preview tickets get in touch with Rosemary on 01508 550673 or Daphne on 01508 550719.
05/05/2018 10:00am
St Peter's Church, Brooke is hosting a Flower Festival on the theme of “Celebrating Famous People'. Refreshments and light lunches available plus a plant stall. A warm welcome to all.
05/05/2018 10:30am
A Grand Tour of European Song. Informal professional live music. Free entry. Refreshments.
05/05/2018 10:30am
“Childhood”. A Flower Festival and exhibition to celebrate 200 years of a Sunday School
05/05/2018 11:00am
MAYTIME MEDLEY Art Exhibition and sale of work by 3 local artists. Painter Rosalie Osborne Gibb will exhibit a diverse range of subjects, reflecting her love of coast and countryside. Handmade kiln-fired glass items by Terrie, ranging from Murano glass pendants to seaside sun catchers, Reclaimed oak items, including clocks and lamp bases, by Ian Clifft. Used books, teas, coffees, cakes. Entry free, disabled access, free parking. Meet the artists. 20% of all sales go to St Margarets church.
06/05/2018 10:00am
St Peter's Church, Brooke is hosting a Flower Festival on the theme of “Celebrating Famous People'. Refreshments and light lunches available plus a plant stall. A warm welcome to all.
06/05/2018 10:00am
St Peter's Church, Brooke is hosting a Flower Festival on the theme of “Celebrating Famous People'. On Sunday evening there will be a Festival Songs of Praise. A warm welcome to all.
06/05/2018 10:30am
Celebration service with the President of the Methodist Conference at 10.30 am on Sunday 6th May. Celebrating 200 years of the Sunday school.
06/05/2018 11:00am
MAYTIME MEDLEY Art Exhibition and sale of work by 3 local artists. Painter Rosalie Osborne Gibb will exhibit a diverse range of subjects, reflecting her love of coast and countryside. Handmade kiln-fired glass items by Terrie, ranging from Murano glass pendants to seaside sun catchers, Reclaimed oak items, including clocks and lamp bases, by Ian Clifft. Used books, teas, coffees, cakes. Entry free, disabled access, free parking. Meet the artists. 20% of all sales go to St Margarets church.
06/05/2018 11:30am
On the first Sunday of the month a discussion group meets to discuss spiritual issues and read Christian spiritual texts. Everyone is very welcome to take part or just listen. 11.30am. to 12.30.
06/05/2018 12:00pm
A Flower Festival and exhibition to celebrate 200 years of a Sunday School
07/05/2018 10:00am
Holkham Hall
Archdeacon’s Charge fun run and picnic, open to everyone. Raise money for local churches, schools or youth groups as well as for the East Anglian Air Ambulance. Organised by the Diocese of Norwich in the grounds of Holkham Hall, near Wells-next-the-Sea. Also, craft market, live music performances, classic cars and a large family play area. Refreshments including bacon butties and cakes will be available throughout the day.
07/05/2018 10:00am
St Peter's Church, Brooke is hosting a Flower Festival on the theme of “Celebrating Famous People'. Refreshments and light lunches available plus a plant stall. A warm welcome to all.
07/05/2018 10:30am
A Flower Festival and exhibition to celebrate 200 years of a Sunday School
07/05/2018 11:00am
MAYTIME MEDLEY Art Exhibition and sale of work by 3 local artists. Painter Rosalie Osborne Gibb will exhibit a diverse range of subjects, reflecting her love of coast and countryside. Handmade kiln-fired glass items by Terrie, ranging from Murano glass pendants to seaside sun catchers, Reclaimed oak items, including clocks and lamp bases, by Ian Clifft. Used books, teas, coffees, cakes. Entry free, disabled access, free parking. Meet the artists. 20% of all sales go to St Margarets church.
11/05/2018 7:30pm
We are very pleased to welcome Jonathan and Paige Squirrell, Filling Station consultants for East Anglia. Jon and Paige are Senior Leaders at the Beacon Church, in north-east Norfolk. There will be a time of prayer linked with ‘Thy Kingdom Come’, a global wave of prayer for ten days between 10-20 May 2018. The Filling Station offers high quality speakers and teaching, contemporary sung worship and powerful, accessible prayer ministry.  Refreshments from 7.00pm.
12/05/2018 9:30am
The Rise Up Women’s Conference in Norwich will take place on May 12 organised by Bethel’s Global Legacy for the East of England with guest speaker Chloe Glassborow, a Senior London Pastor and Co-Founder of The Kenyan Project.
12/05/2018 10:00am
Organised by Wroxham and Hoveton United Reform Church Sunday School. All kinds of plants, hanging baskets, cake stall, raffle, refreshments. Admission 50p. All proceeds to various charities.
12/05/2018 10:00am
Lucy from the Mix Friendship Group is arranging a Day Retreat entitled ‘Hope’. We will spend a day in fellowship together in the peaceful location of Quiet Waters Christian Retreat House just outside Bungay. The focus will be ‘hope’ and we will have a time of worship, a session in the morning and afternoon with lunch in between. The cost will be £15 each including the use of the premises, a meal at lunch time and teas and coffees. Please reply to mix@wfcdereham.org to book a place.
13/05/2018 1:00pm
Admission is £4 with children under 16 & wheel chair users free. Guide dogs only. Refreshments in Granary Court. The Hawk and Owl group are setting up with telescopes to view the peregrines on the Cathedral spire. Stalls, displays and children’s activities and a treasure trail for all ages. The High Oak Music Group will provide entertainment. The event is in aid of Mothers’ Union Norwich Diocese, by kind permission of the Bishop of Norwich and Mrs James and is for both members and the public.
17/05/2018 10:00am
The Quiet Waters Christian Retreat House near Bungay is running regular one-day retreats, featuring bible study, meditation and prayer enabling people to gently explore the healing of Jesus. The Quiet Waters Christian Retreat House near Bungay is running regular one-day retreats, featuring bible study, meditation and prayer enabling people to gently explore the healing of Jesus.
19/05/2018 10:00am
You are warmly invited to the Operation Christmas Child Conference for the Eastern Region. Rebeca Dimitrov, who received a shoebox as a child in Romania, is the guest speaker. Be inspired by the impact of a shoebox gift, and enjoy a day of equipping and sharing with volunteers and supporters from across the east of England. Places are limited. To reserve your place emma.fawcett@samaritans-purse.org.uk.
19/05/2018 7:30pm
St Peter and St Paul Church, Salle
North Norfolk Chorale in concert. It will feature Henry Purcell’s first Ode to St Cecilia, “Welcome to all the pleasures”; then the aria “Dido’s Lament”, from Purcell’s opera Dido and Aeneas. Also, Bach's church cantata BWV9 “It is our salvation come here to us”, and his motet BWV230 “Praise the Lord, all ye nations”. Tickets at £13.00 each online at north-norfolk-chorale.co.uk, or by calling 01692 405591. Or on the door at the full price of £15.00.
25/05/2018 7:00pm
Cantamus choir, Conducted by Philip Adams, Piano Accompaniment by Michael Finnissy. Cantamus will be performing a new repertoire - ‘From the Bavarian Highlands’ by Sir Edward Elgar, and ‘Folk-Song Settings’ by Percy Grainger. Cantamus began as a community choir at St Margaret’s church in Thorpe Market. Those wishing to join the choir are welcome to get in touch. We rehearse on Thursday evenings 7.30 – 9.30pm.
26/05/2018 10:00am
In celebration of 50 years of Worship at St. Andrew`s we are aiming to sing 50 hymns, starting at 10 o'clock and finishing when we run out of steam or hymns, but by 4 p.m. at the latest. There will be a break at lunch time for refreshments. The singing will be led by The New Music Group and we hope you will come to join us for part, if not all of the day.
26/05/2018 11:00am
Mike Waters will be holding an exhibition in the church over the Spring bank holiday weekend. He has been painting coastal views and landscapes in watercolours and oils since 1991. High quality reproductions of some of his best-known images in a variety of formats will be on sale.There will be a good selection of used books, teas, coffees and delicious homemade cakes and the wildflower conservation churchyard is always open. Entry is free, with disabled access and free parking opposite the church.
26/05/2018 7:00pm
Cantamus choir, Conducted by Philip Adams, Piano Accompaniment by Michael Finnissy. Cantamus will be performing a new repertoire - ‘From the Bavarian Highlands’ by Sir Edward Elgar, and ‘Folk-Song Settings’ by Percy Grainger. Cantamus began as a community choir at St Margaret’s church in Thorpe Market. Those wishing to join the choir are welcome to get in touch. We rehearse on Thursday evenings 7.30 – 9.30pm.
27/05/2018 11:00am
Mike Waters will be holding an exhibition in the church over the Spring bank holiday weekend. He has been painting coastal views and landscapes in watercolours and oils since 1991. High quality reproductions of some of his best-known images in a variety of formats will be on sale.There will be a good selection of used books, teas, coffees and delicious homemade cakes and the wildflower conservation churchyard is always open. Entry is free, with disabled access and free parking opposite the church.
27/05/2018 11:00am
A day of varied activities for all the family. The churchyard is renowned in conservation circles for the great diversity of its plant-life. Norfolk Wildlife Trust will be on hand with activities for all ages, including Churchyard Bioblitz and Wildlife Quiz Trail and Bat-making. There will be a good selection of used books, teas, coffees and delicious homemade cakes. Entry is free, with disabled access and free parking opposite the church.
28/05/2018 11:00am
Mike Waters will be holding an exhibition in the church over the Spring bank holiday weekend. He has been painting coastal views and landscapes in watercolours and oils since 1991. High quality reproductions of some of his best-known images in a variety of formats will be on sale.There will be a good selection of used books, teas, coffees and delicious homemade cakes and the wildflower conservation churchyard is always open. Entry is free, with disabled access and free parking opposite the church.
 

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