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50 Norwich churches to join in unity prayer

ChurchUnityMembers from around 50 churches across greater Norwich formed a chain of prayer at St Luke’s Chapel in Norwich Cathedral on Thursday January 19 to mark the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.

Other churches and Christians were invited to join, said organiser Graham Fletcher, and help form the chain of prayer for Christian unity. The allotted times shown here are designed to ensure that the chain is unbroken, but everyone is welcome to join in the prayers at any time during the day. 
9.30am: Norwich Central Baptist Church and St Mathew Thorpe Hamlet  
9.45am: Silver Road Baptist Church and the Society of Friends
10am: St George’s RC Church Sprowston Rd and St Andrew Norwich
10.15am: Ipswich Road URC and St.Margaret Old Catton
10.30am The Christian Church at Bowthorpe and St. Anne Earlham
10.45am New Hope Community Church and Christchurch New Catton
11am Holy Communion
11.15am St George Tombland and St Mark Lakenham
11.30am Holy Trinity Heigham and Proclaimers 
11.45am Witard Road Baptist Church and St Alban Lakenham
12 noon Chapelfield Road Methodist
12.15pm: St Catherine Mile Cross
12.30pm Wroxham Rd. Methodist and Trinity URC
12.45pm St Cuthbert Sprowston
1 pm: St Luke Aylsham Rd and St. Francis Heartsease
1.15pm Princes St URC
1.30pm: St Stephen 
1.45pm St Mary Magdalene 
2pm St Andrew Eaton
2.15pm St Giles on the Hill and St.Paul Tuckswood
2.30pm St John RC Cathedral
2.45pm Princes St URC
3pm St Barnabas Heigham and St. Elizabeth Earlham
3.15pm Norwich Family Life Church
3.30pm St Peter Mancroft
3.45pm St Thomas Earlham
4pm Kings Community Church  
4.15pm St Peters Methodist Church and Vineyard Christian Fellowship
4.30pm Salvation Army Citadel
4.45pm Oak Grove Chapel and St Helen (Great Hospital)
5pm Norwich Cathedral Congregation and St. Mary in the Marsh
If you have any queries about the chain please contact Graham Fletcher on 01603 456483.
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