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Stay Connected: guide to Norfolk church services online 

As churches across Norfolk turn to alternative ways to keep their services going and communities in contact through live streaming, podcasts and digital gatherings, we are launching a guide to such services, so please send us your details.

Norwich churches


The congregations of the Mattishall and Tudd Valley Anglican group of churches near Dereham are meeting online using Zoom each Sunday at 10.00 (connect 9.45 onwards). Details at www.matvchurch.uk

Ipswich Road URC website is hosting a recorded service each week on behalf of all of the United Reformed Churches in Norwich. The worship is led by either Rev John Potter or Rev Bruno Boldrini. There is also a page on the website for 'Messy church at home' - stories, music and activities to share with the family at home.

Servant’s Church in Norwich is live-streaming its 10.30am Sunday service with other fresh contact weekly on its YouTube channel

Surrey Chapel will be streaming its Sunday morning worship led by Pastor Andy Rees (pictured above) at 10.15am. It can be accessed through: www.surreychapel.org.uk 

St Andrew’s Eaton has a Virtual Sunday Service page on its website www.standrewseaton.org.uk with prayers, the text (and audio) of the day’s sermon and links to hymns and readings. It will also be printed out each week for people to pick up while the church is open.

A Sunday service from Witard Road Baptist Church in Norwich can be viewed on the church's Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/wrbcnorwich Latest sermons can also be found on its website.

Gateway Vineyard Church in Norwich will be live streaming its services at 10.30am on Sunday mornings. To subscribe to this free service visit YouTube.

Norwich Central Baptist Church is live streaming its Portuguese speaking service on Saturdays at 6pm and on Sunday morning at 10.45am. If you would like to join, please email stream@norwichcentral.org and you’ll be provided with the links to view on YouTube.

Soul Church in Norwich (right) will broadcast live at 10:30am and 5pm on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram our Sunday service.  All services will be subsequently available on their website:  www.soulchurch.com
 
Proclaimers is gathering every Sunday at 10:30 at https://proclaimers.online.church/ More details on be found at www.proclaimers.comwww.facebook.com/proclaimersnorwich,  
or www.youtube.com/ProclaimersChurh

St Thomas Church in Norwich will live broadcast at 4pm on Sundays via YouTube, for a time of prayer, worship and reflection. They have also developed Sunday Guides; a weekly talk, teaching plan for the session (including kid’s activities) and discussion points
 
One Church in Norwich will be releasing podcasts and worship sets at www.onechurch.uk/church-online
 
Holy Trinity in Norwich will be live streaming their service at  10am every Sunday morning: Service Livestream via YouTube on the Holy Trinity Channel and also some youth videos at 9.30am for younger members of the church family. 
 
Kings Church in Norwich has launched ‘King’s at Home daily’; content that will help people connect with God, with those around them and in the community and ‘King’s at Home Sunday’ and will be live streaming on their YouTube channel kingsnorwich.com

Live streaming of Masses at St John’s Catholic Cathedral in Norwich has been set up this week in response to the cessation of public Masses from Friday March 20 and can be found at: www.sjbcathedral.org.uk

Alive Church and Kingdom Life in Norwich are teaming up to bring church leaders from across the area together in a live broadcast on Sunday March 22 at 7pm to coincide with the National Day of Prayer. It will also mark the start of a programme of live broadcasts direct from a specially set-up studio at Alive’s Nelson Street base in Norwich. Watch the live stream at: www.facebook.com/alivechurchonline

St Stephen's in Norwich will be posting online content on a new page on its website here: www.ststephensnorwich.org

Eternity Church in Norwich goes online at 10 am every Sunday on Facebook and website at www.weareeternity.com

Norfolk churches


CawstonParishChurchRevAndrewWhThe Anglican Aylsham Parish is live streaming a Sunday service each week at 10.30am from Cawston Parish Church (pictured right) or the Rectory, at: www.st-agnes.org.uk 

Dereham Baptist Church is posting online messages on YouTube.

More 2 Life Christian Fellowship North Elmham is meeting on Sundays @ 10.30 via Zoom, email revree7@gmail.com for link, and also 7.30pm Tuesdays for prayer via the same.

Stalham Baptist Church is putting out a weekly pre-recorded weekly service with different people from the church family doing prayers and readings and are including various songs and hymns and a weekly sermon. Visit: www.stalhambaptist.org.uk

Fountain of Life Church in Ashill will make all its prayers, reading and sermons available online  folchurch.co.uk/resources/sermons/
The Youth and Kidz Klub ministries are also developing new resources available online, including video clips, downloadable activities and some interactive content  www.midnorfolkkidzklub.co.uk

Hope Church in Diss will be live on facebook at 10.30m on Sundays  www.facebook.com/DissChristianCommunityChurch

Hope Church in Wymondham will be live streaming their service on Facebook every Sunday at 10.30am

The Catholic National Shrine at Walsingham is now live streaming 24 hours a day including all regular Masses. Details at: www.walsingham.org.uk/live-stream

Lighthouse Community Church in Sheringham is posting a daily devotion on their Facebook page 

Alive Church
in Wymondham will be live streaming a service at 10.30am on Sunday morning at: live.alivechurch.org.uk

Relational Mission churches across Norfolk have moved their worship meetings online during the current crisis, providing songs, messages and prayers filled with hope.

  • Attleborough – Christ Community Church Attleborough
http://www.christcommunitychurch.co.uk/
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-g8znFpHEiMkizYwljtaKA
  • Aylsham – Aylsham Community Church
www.aylshamcommunitychurch.org
www.facebook.com/aylshamcc
  • Beccles – New Life Christian Fellowship
https://www.beccles-christian-fellowship.info/
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQRcMB10BAz0bLM4MUaL-Hg
  • Dereham – Wellspring Family Church
www.wellspringfamilychurch.org
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1y_N-DitYUdzUf7XxEU18g?view_as=subscriber
  • Great Yarmouth - Kingsgate Community Church
www.wearekingsgate.org
https://www.wearekingsgate.org/kingsgate-service-live-stream/
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJqc4u-Bi0BTlDICf1WzDNg
  • North Walsham – New Life Church North Walsham
http://newlifenorthwalsham.com/
https://www.facebook.com/newlifenorthwalsham/
  • King's Lynn – Gateway Church
http://www.thegatewaychurch.info/
  • Sheringham
http://www.lifesheringham.co.uk/
  • Thetford – Hope Church Thetford
www.hopechurchthetford.org
https://business.facebook.com/HopeChurchThetford14
  • Wymondham

https://www.hopecommunitychurch.co.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/Hope-Community-Church-Wymondham-149372521801749/?ref=bookmarks
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOHMgOImjL8WvQuvLsQLi7w
 

Denominational links for East Anglia


The Church of England has an interactive map of live streamed services. Click here to go to the Diocese of Norwich map

The Catholic Diocese of East Anglia is developing a list of live streamed churches across East Anglia. Find it here.


Is your church streaming its services and meetings? Send us the details and we will add them to the guide. web@networknorwich.co.uk

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