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Open day tells story of Norwich Cathedral
To celebrate the publication of a new book, The Story of Norwich Cathedral, you are invited to come and discover the story of your Cathedral with a special Bank Holiday Open Day on May 29. More ...
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Bishops garden party in aid of Time Norfolk 
Join Time Norfolk, the pregnancy loss charity for the Bishop's House Garden Party on June 11 from 1-5pm, including musical performances, craft stalls, cakes and storytelling. More ...
Half term family fun day at Norwich Cathedral
Norwich Cathedral Family Fun Day on May 31 will feature ‘Monks, Mitres and more’, with something on offer to enthral all ages. More ...
Norfolk ministry holds Holy Spirit service
Heartbeat Ministries is holding a gathering on May 26 at Poringland Community Centre when Noel and Rachel Alexander will speak about the Holy Spirit. More ...
East Anglia ministries fair at Norwich CofE cathedral
A lifesize cut-out of the Archbishop Justin will be visiting the the East Anglia Ministries Fair at Norwich's Anglican Cathedral on Saturday May 13. More ...
Events at Norwich Cathedral during May 
Medieval churches conference set for Norwich
Wymondham church hosts Hopeful event for women 
Lent and Easter events 2017
TV presenter Simon Thomas talks at Norwich church 
Apparition Hill film exceeds £1k fundraising target
Performance of Passion play written by Norfolk vicar
Violence against women tackled at cathedral event
Norwich SPEAK joins Campolo and Claiborne activism
E Anglia Friends of Israel host 3 day Norwich event
Patrick Regan to explore suffering at King’s Lynn church  
Norwich Cathedral exhibition remembers local artist
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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.

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Bawdeswell - Out of the Box Craft and...
10:00am Thursday 25 May, Bawdeswell Village Hall, Reepham Road, Bawdeswell,
This month as we are exploring the theme "Knot tied up" using craft techniques, with wool, twine, string, braiding hair, making bracelets and anything that needs tying with a knot or not, so let's make beaded jewellery, perhaps even crochet, make pom poms and more. All materials and tools are made available and are donated. Token cost of £5 each. Homemade refreshments always available. Bring friends and family we always have a great time crafting together.
Kings Lynn: Dance Practice for Celebrate
6:30pm Thursday 25 May, King's Centre, Wellesley Street, King's Lynn
Celebrate King's Lynn invites all of those who would like to take part in this years dancing slots at the event on Saturday 3rd June to attend three practice sessions. Adrian Hill who takes sports and dance aerobics at schools in Lincolnshire has kindly offered three evenings to practice the dances. The Celebrate team would like the stage to be full of fun for all of the family so we are happy for all ages to attend the dance practices. We would like as many as possible to learn the dances.
Belton - Election hustings
7:00pm Thursday 25 May, All Saints Church, Belton
With the general election approaching in less than a month, Belton and Lothingland Village Voice has decided to try to get all the Great Yarmouth candidates together for a question and answer evening.
St Giles Interesting Talk
7:30pm Thursday 25 May, St Giles Church, Upper St Giles St, Norwich
Giles monthly Interesting Talks are wonderful evenings where generous people come and talk about their passion, to an appreciative and happy audience. The talk is followed by an opportunity to ask questions of the presenter, then there’s wine, coffee and more chat if you wish. Please do come – all are welcome. Free of charge.
Norwich Healing Rooms
7:30pm Thursday 25 May, St Edmund's Church, Fishergate, Norwich
The Norwich Healing Rooms is a place where anyone can come for prayer, no matter what the need, whether physical, emotional, or spiritual concerns. Our Team is dedicated to seeing the same healings which took place in the Bible, take place today, because Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever. Available every Thursday evening from 7.30pm
Sheringham - Musical concert
Saturday 27 May, Sheringham Salvation Army, Cremer Street, Sheringham
With the Mother and Daughters choir from Llanelli in Wales.
All Hallows Convent - The Lion, the...
10:00am Saturday 27 May, All Hallows Convent, Belsey Bridge Road, Ditchingham, Bungay, Suffolk
The Community of All Hallows is an Anglican religious community situated in 22 acres of beautiful grounds, which makes it an ideal centre for retreats. This day retreat is led by Sue McCoulough and looks at C S Lewis' classic tale, exploring our visions and expectations, and how we might see and anticipate ‘Aslan on the move’ in our world. The cost is £12. There are normally 2 or 3 guided sessions throughout the day, plus some solitary time.
Thorpe Market- Art exhibition
10:00am Saturday 27 May - Sunday 11 June, St. Margaret’s Church, Thorpe Market
Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios. The latest event in St Margaret’s 2017 series of exhibitions welcomes a group of artists from the NOVA group (North Norfolk Organisation for the Visual Arts), who will be holding a free exhibition over the Spring Bank Holiday period. Open 10am to 5pm daily, except Sundays when the exhibition opens at 11.30. www.thorpemarket.org.uk
Buxton Church Flower Festival
10:00am Saturday 27 May, St Andrews Church, Mill Road, Buxton.
A 1930’s-themed flower festival with jazz concert. This year’s Festival expects to attract 26 jazz-themed displays. / ‘30s-themed café with fruit juices, hot teas and coffees, rolls with a choice of savoury fillings and a selection of home-baked cakes and fancies. Buxton Photography Club will be displaying photographs in the Village Hall.
Aylsham - book signing
10:00am Saturday 27 May, Aylsham Care Trust Centre, St Michael's Avenue, Aylsham
Local Baptist Minister, Counsellor, Author and Chaplain of Aylsham Care Trust Rev Patrick Coghlan has a focus on old age in his next book signing event at the end of May. The book is entitled Still Valued and Blessed, and has just been released. Patrick will have all his 34 books on sale – ranging from family novels, Sunday School resources, group Bible study material… to personal resources on spirituality, depression, etc. Other local crafts will be on display at the event.
Trowse - Messy Church
12:00pm Saturday 27 May, St Andrew's, The Street, Trowse
St Andrew's Church, Trowse are holding Messy Church with a free lunch followed by lots of fun and games. All are welcome and admission is free. / / Further details of all services and events can be found on our website www.trowsechuch.co.uk or on Facebook, search for St Andrew's Church, Trowse or on Twitter: @TrowseChurch
Creative Prophetic Workshop
2:30pm Saturday 27 May, Fountain of Life Church, Swaffham Rd, Ashill
A Creative Prophetic Workshop is being run at Fountain of Life Church, Ashill on Saturday May 27.
Buxton Church jazz concert
7:00pm Saturday 27 May, St Andrews Church, Mill Road, Buxton,
A Trad-Jazz-4 will be performing with their foot-tapping entertainment. Tickets will be available on strictly a first-come, first-served basis at £10 including cheese & wine. / To apply for tickets email info@buxtonflowerfestival.co.uk.
Buxton Church Flower Festival
10:00am Sunday 28 May, St Andrews Church, Mill Road, Buxton.
A 1930’s-themed flower festival with jazz concert. This year’s Festival expects to attract 26 jazz-themed displays. / ‘30s-themed café with fruit juices, hot teas and coffees, rolls with a choice of savoury fillings and a selection of home-baked cakes and fancies. Buxton Photography Club will be displaying photographs in the Village Hall.
Aylsham - book signing
2:00pm Sunday 28 May, Aylsham Care Trust Centre, St Michael's Avenue, Aylsham
Local Baptist Minister, Counsellor, Author and Chaplain of Aylsham Care Trust Rev Patrick Coghlan has a focus on old age in his next book signing event at the end of May. The book is entitled Still Valued and Blessed, and has just been released. Patrick will have all his 34 books on sale – ranging from family novels, Sunday School resources, group Bible study material… to personal resources on spirituality, depression, etc. Other local crafts will be on display at the event.
Buxton Church Flower Festival
10:00am Monday 29 May, St Andrews Church, Mill Road, Buxton.
A 1930’s-themed flower festival with jazz concert. This year’s Festival expects to attract 26 jazz-themed displays. / ‘30s-themed café with fruit juices, hot teas and coffees, rolls with a choice of savoury fillings and a selection of home-baked cakes and fancies. Buxton Photography Club will be displaying photographs in the Village Hall.
King's Lynn - Election Hustings
7:00pm Tuesday 30 May, London Road Methodist Church, London Road, King's Lynn
Find out what the local candidates are standing for at this Election Hustings organised by Churches Together King's Lynn and The Lynn News.
Trowse - Cafe Church
10:30am Wednesday 31 May, St Andrew's, The Street, Trowse
St Andrew's Church, Trowse are hosting Cafe Church. Come and visit our beautiful church and enjoy a cuppa and a chat. All are welcome and admission is free. / / Further details of all services and events can be found on our website www.trowsechuch.co.uk or on Facebook, search for St Andrew's Church, Trowse or on Twitter: @TrowseChurch
Aylsham - Pop Corn and Grace
6:00pm Wednesday 31 May - Sunday 4 June, Aylsham and surrounding parishes
Pop, Corn & Grace, the popular Christian community radio project based across communities around Aylsham will be broadcasting on 87.7 FM and on-line, continuously from May 31 until June 4.
Aylsham and district Twelve Towers...
Thursday 1 June, Aylsham, Badersfield, Blicking, Brampton, Burgh, Buxton, Cawston, Haveringland, Heydon, Lammas, Marsham and Oxnead;
Over 100 events will be taking place throughout June at twelve parish churches in the Aylsham area of Norfolk, most of which are free or donation only. It is billed as a month-long celebration of the communities in and around Aylsham. The festival will showcase a varied array of events - ranging from heritage, culture and the arts; to spirituality, community and family fun.
Norfolk CMA Branch Meeting
7:00pm Thursday 1 June, Witard Road Baptist Church, Witard Road, Norwich
First Thursday 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 David Dodd 07887 544368 or cma.norfolk@virginmedia.com or look at the Norfolk branch on the web sitewww.bike.org.uk
Norwich Healing Rooms
7:30pm Thursday 1 June, St Edmund's Church, Fishergate, Norwich
The Norwich Healing Rooms is a place where anyone can come for prayer, no matter what the need, whether physical, emotional, or spiritual concerns. Our Team is dedicated to seeing the same healings which took place in the Bible, take place today, because Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever. Available every Thursday evening from 7.30pm
Aylsham and district Twelve Towers...
Friday 2 June, Aylsham, Badersfield, Blicking, Brampton, Burgh, Buxton, Cawston, Haveringland, Heydon, Lammas, Marsham and Oxnead;
Over 100 events will be taking place throughout June at twelve parish churches in the Aylsham area of Norfolk, most of which are free or donation only. It is billed as a month-long celebration of the communities in and around Aylsham. The festival will showcase a varied array of events - ranging from heritage, culture and the arts; to spirituality, community and family fun.
Dereham: Hear Annie Try talk about her...
9:30am Friday 2 June, Green Pastures Bookshop, 20 High Street, East Dereham,
Norfolk Christian author and psychologist Annie Try will be visiting Green Pastures bookshop in Dereham to promote her recently published second novel which explores issues of mental health. She will give talks at 11am and 3pm about her writing and experience, and sign books.
Cromer election forum
7:30pm Friday 2 June, Cromer Parish Church
A public forum to enable the people to quiz the North Norfolk candidates for the June 8 general election. Those taking part are : Norman Lamb, Liberal Democrat; James Wild, Conservative; and / Stephen Burke, Labour. The three candidates will discuss their policies and answer questions. Written questions should be handed to the forum chairman. Tea and coffee will be available from 7pm. For further information please contact Jess Stubenbord. Phone 01263 578230 or e-mail jamstubenbord@gmail.com
Aylsham and district Twelve Towers...
Saturday 3 June, Aylsham, Badersfield, Blicking, Brampton, Burgh, Buxton, Cawston, Haveringland, Heydon, Lammas, Marsham and Oxnead;
Over 100 events will be taking place throughout June at twelve parish churches in the Aylsham area of Norfolk, most of which are free or donation only. It is billed as a month-long celebration of the communities in and around Aylsham. The festival will showcase a varied array of events - ranging from heritage, culture and the arts; to spirituality, community and family fun.
Celebrate King's Lynn
Saturday 3 June, King's Lynn
Celebrate King's Lynn / Details tba
Norwich - A Vigil for Peace
12:00pm Saturday 3 June, outside St Peter Mancroft, Chantry Road, Norwich
Norwich Peace Camp and Peace Cycle are holding a peace vigil outside St Peter Mancroft Church. Bring love. Norwich Peace Camp & Peace Cycle embrace an apolitical and united commitment of local peace, community, faith, charity, environmental, human rights and other groups and organisations - many with national and international connections - to peace, justice and better understanding. www.norwichpeace.org
Aylsham and district Twelve Towers...
Sunday 4 June, Aylsham, Badersfield, Blicking, Brampton, Burgh, Buxton, Cawston, Haveringland, Heydon, Lammas, Marsham and Oxnead;
Over 100 events will be taking place throughout June at twelve parish churches in the Aylsham area of Norfolk, most of which are free or donation only. It is billed as a month-long celebration of the communities in and around Aylsham. The festival will showcase a varied array of events - ranging from heritage, culture and the arts; to spirituality, community and family fun.
Global Day of Prayer
6:30pm Sunday 4 June, Norwich Cathedral
Global Day of Prayer from 6.30, including prayer stations around the Cathedral.
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