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'Six hot nights' at Soul church in Norwich 

The days are getting colder but the evenings are heating up as Six Hot Nights returns to SOUL Church for 2019.
 

The events start on 10 November at 5pm, with music artist and youth worker Lindz West, followed by a roast dinner served in giant yorkshire puddings.
 
On 17 November, SOUL Church will be welcoming former Blue Peter and Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas who will be talking about his experience of grief and faith, with nachos and taco bowls on offer in the café after the service.
 
The following week, on 24 November, the Hillsong London worship team and Pastor Dan Blyth will be joining the church, plus there’ll be a curry served – not to be missed!
 
December kicks off with a visit from Catrina Henderson, founder of Hillsong Israel, who will be speaking at the service on 1 December, followed by a feast of waffles and candy floss.
 
And for the first time ever, the popular Christmas production, The Wonder, is taking place over two weekends, with fourteen performances across 7-8 and 14-15 December.
 
Pastors Jon and Chantel Norman explain, “Six Hot Nights is for everyone. It’s a great opportunity to hear from experienced leaders from different areas and denominations, all sharing their passion for God. It’s also a brilliant chance to invite friends and family who would never usually come to church.”
 
Visit soulchurch.com to find out more about the special events and thewonder.org.uk for more info on the Christmas production.
 
All events are free (but don’t forget your wallet for the tasty treats afterwards!) and everyone is welcome.
 
SOUL Church
4 Mason Road
Norwich NR6 6RF
 
 


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