Celebrate Norfolk Charity No 1141245

Celebrate Norfolk confirms exhibition line-up

ForumFair400The Celebrate Norwich and Norfolk Christian Services and Projects Exhibition will take place in the Forum and on Millennium Plain, Norwich from 10am to 5pm on Saturday June 10, 2017. The confirmed line-up of exhibitors so far includes.

  • OMF International: is a Christian mission agency that serves the church and seeks to bring the gospel to all the peoples of East Asia. It helps to place Christians to share the love of Christ with East Asians worldwide.
  • Norwich Foodbank: A Christian crisis foodbank project that offers free emergency food parcels to needy families across Norwich.
  • Good News: Good News aims to share the good news about Jesus Christ throughout the towns and villages of Norfolk.
  • Community Action Norwich:  Meeting the needs of people through a programme of community care in the Lakenham and Tuckswood areas of Norwich.
  • The Norfolk Postal Bible School: Uses the resources produced by Bible Educational Services to run correspondence schools through the postal system, and to supply groups, Bible classes, schools and Sunday schools.
  • Community of All Hallows: An Anglican Religious Community offering a programme of retreats at two retreat centres in South Norfolk and Norwich.
  • Christian Aid: Reaching out to help the poorest communities around the world and has a local office in Norwich. We exist to change hearts in the rich world and change lives in the poor world. We help churches to pray, act and give to reduce poverty in some of the most deprived areas of the world.
  • St John’s Cathedral: The Roman Catholic Cathedral of St John the Baptist is a beautiful building and a place of prayer, open to everyone and free to enter with Tower Tours and views from one of the highest spots in Norwich city centre. It also include the Narthex visitor centre with conference facilities, the Garden Café and the Cathedral Shop.
  • Mothers Union: In the Diocese of Norwich there are 47 branches and 900 members, many of whom volunteer in their parishes and beyond. Activities include parent and toddler groups, church services, community cafes, knitting projects and relationship workshops.
  • Diocese of Norwich (Church of England): Explore our interactive map to see church activities and engagement in the community near you; find Messy Church, Café Church, children & young people groups, holiday clubs, prayer spaces and more!  Discover resources and ideas for your church to promote their activities in your local area.
  • Norfolk Healing Rooms: Exists to offer prayer for healing to anyone, free of charge and without an appointment, for physical, emotional or spiritual needs in accordance with scripture.
  • Christian Police Association: aims to encourage and support Christians in the Police Service and help them to communicate in words and action the truth, message and hope of the gospel of Jesus Christ to colleagues and the communities they serve and build bridges between the Christian community and the police.
  • Rafiki Creative Ministries was founded by Samuel Goffe as part of his final major project at college, where he designed his first spin art machine. Today we travel to many different events taking our spin machines, armed with paint, allowing people of any age to have a go to express their inner creativity.
  • Heartbeat Ministries: is a Norfolk-based servant ministry that seeks to strengthen people to become healthy and active members within the Body of Christ. It has monthly meetings plus occasional conferences and events bringing in anointed men and women to minister to the wider region of East Anglia.
  • Christians Against Poverty: is a free debt counselling service, providing a holistic service that supports clients until they are released from the burden that debt brings. The service is available to all regardless of age, gender, background or belief. This nationally recognised charity is now partnering with a number of churches across Norfolk including Surrey Chapel in Norwich.
  • House of Genesis: Is a Christian charity, based in Norwich, tackling the issue of homelessness through providing accommodation for men on a short term basis. 
  • Noble Jewellery Designs  - offers fashionable jewellery to the modern Christian at affordable prices. 
    We also offer a small selection of gifts.
  • 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.
  • Norfolk Feeds 5000: Is a project set up to establish the extent to which the Christian church across Norwich & Norfolk is carrying out the simple command of Jesus Christ to "feed the hungry". ENYP and Hope in Action are teaming up to provide a live demonstration of this at the Celebrate Norfolk event on Millennium Plain. #norfolkfeeds5000
  • Christian Vision for Men: is a registered charity operating throughout the United Kingdom. Its mission statement is to "connect men to Jesus and the church to men".
  • Pathway Café and Support Centre: Based in the Minster Mission in Great Yarmouth the team aims to provide a safe and comfortable space offering friendship, respect, support and a hot meal to the vulnerable, lonely, displaced and homeless within the community.  Connections are also provided to local support services, healthcare, housing, addiction support and finance.
  • The Leprosy Mission (England and Wales): Is an international Christian development organisation that diagnoses, treats and offers specialist care, including reconstructive surgery, to leprosy patients. It aims to transform and empower the lives of people affected by leprosy.
  • East Gate Ministries: Thrigby Barn is part of the Gillett’s windmill estate, a remote and quiet 2.2 acres between Acle and Caister. It is ideal for church away days, retreats and reflection. There is regular teaching days with speakers, prayer ministry and one-to-one help. Spend time meditating at the cross in the secluded field. 
  • Ecumenism: What is it and why should we be celebrating it 500 years after the Reformation? John Myhill will provide information and an opportunity for discussion about churches in Norwich.
  • The Friends of Julian of Norwich: Is a world-wide community of people inspired by Julian's writings. Members seek to grow in the knowledge and love of God. The Friends encourage contemplative quietness, the sharing of resources for spiritual deepening, and offer hospitality to pilgrims and visitors to the Julian Shrine.  
The Celebrate Norwich & Norfolk 2017 event will take place at The Forum in Norwich and on Millennium Plain on June 10 with other associated events at St Stephen's Church and St John the Baptist Cathedral in Norwich.

For more details of how to get involved, contact:
Project Administrator: Jenny Drake or on 01603 617905
Project Director: John Betts or on 07906 197430