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Norfolk's Advent and Christmas events 2018 

Here you will find details of Advent services, carol concerts, crib services and Christmas events from all around Norfolk.
 

 
20/12/2018 6:00pm
Great Yarmouth Market Place
Carol Singing in the Market Place - Christians from across the denominations in the town will join together to do some carol singing in the Market Place - please join us! Meet by Lloyds Bank. Song sheets will be provided!
21/12/2018
Wicklewood Village Hall
Is being hosted by the High Oak Music Group and friends at Wicklewood Village Hall at 7pm. Christmas music, readings, tombola, hot punch, mince pies and more will be available. Free admission (donations requested). Proceeds will support three donkey-related charities. Doors open at 6.30pm.
21/12/2018 7:30pm
The Norwich Community Gospel Choir presents ‘A Gospel Christmas’ on December 21, a retelling of the story of Christmas through song. Starts at 8pm, doors open 7.30pm
22/12/2018 1:30pm
Broadland Youth choir come to Trimingham Hall for Christmas songs and carols. Tickets £5 including refreshments.
22/12/2018 3:00pm
St Mary Magdalene Church in Gorleston is hosting “Christmas on the Mag” on Magdalen Square and is inviting the whole community to join in with the fun. 
23/12/2018 11:00am
Come and join our friendly service with songs, carols and readings. Come along and join the fun, and celebrate the true meaning of Christmas. Coffee and mince pies afterwards. Everyone welcome.
23/12/2018 3:00pm
Come and join the Salvation Army at Norwich Citadel for Christmas Praise with a children's nativity, bands and choirs. Come and help us light up your world this Christmas.
23/12/2018 4:00pm
Come and join us for our carol service at the Salvation Army at Mile Cross. All warmly welcome.
23/12/2018 4:00pm
All age service. Seasonal refreshments. No morning service .
23/12/2018 6:00pm
Come and join the Salvation Army at Norwich Citadel for Christmas Praise with a children's nativity, bands and choirs. Come and help us light up your world this Christmas.
23/12/2018 6:30pm
Christ Church is holding a Candlelit Christmas Carol Service.The service will be preceded, at 5.45pm, by seasonal music and followed by seasonal refreshments. Guest organist is Neil Ricketts, choir conducted by choirmaster, Matt Wright. All welcome!
24/12/2018 3:30pm
Christ Church is holding a Crib and Nativity Service for all ages.All welcome!
24/12/2018 4:00pm
The annual Christingle Family Service on Christmas Eve which last year attracted over 100 people.
24/12/2018 5:00pm
Turn up, dress up, and join in. Costumes supplied.
24/12/2018 11:15pm
with communion. There is also a midnight worship across the road at St Andrews, starting at 11.30pm.
24/12/2018 11:30pm
Christ Church is holding a Candlelit Midnight Communion Service. All welcome!
25/12/2018 8:00am
Eucharist in traditional language at 8am. Family communion service at 10am - children, bring your presents. There is also Christmas Day Worship at St Andrews Methodist Church, starting at 10am.
25/12/2018 10:00am
Christ Church is holding an All-age Christmas Service with Communion. All welcome!
25/12/2018 11:00am
Come and join the Salvation Army at Norwich Citadel for our Christmas Day Service. Come and help us light up your world this Christmas.
05/01/2019 10:00am
St Helen’s RC Church, Hoveton
St Helen’s RC Church in Hoveton will be staging an Epiphany Crib Festival featuring Nativity scenes from around the world on Saturday January 5 and Sunday January 6 from 10am to 4pm.
06/01/2019 10:00am
St Helen’s RC Church, Hoveton
St Helen’s RC Church in Hoveton will be staging an Epiphany Crib Festival featuring Nativity scenes from around the world on Saturday January 5 and Sunday January 6 from 10am to 4pm.

Are you holding a Christmas event in your church or organisation? Please send us the details to events@networknorwich.co.uk and we will list them here.


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