A chance for the community to be heard
Photos and further information about each parish are also featured, illustrating the diversity of Anglican church life and worship in the city centre, and the beauty of the church buildings.
The page is run by Ashley Spooner from digital marketing company Knife Box Digital and the campaign is targeted at those who primarily use social media to find out about what is happening locally.
As well as promoting services and events the campaign also aims to give an over-arching picture of how the churches are interpreting the Passiontide and Easter story.
Revd Capt Darren Thornton says:
“We are hoping that this social media campaign will encourage people to enter a journey. As we travel through the days of Holy week, we follow in our imagination the unfolding events of the Passion and the Crucifixion of Our Lord. The services of Holy Week help us on the journey, by inviting us at each stage to share in the drama. Easter will be more joyful for those who enter the mind of Christ at each stage in this climactic week. We hope that the social media campaign will help tell the story to those who don't normally attend Church. Come and journey with us!”
There are a number of events happening during Holy Week and below are just some of them:
Anyone who is interested in finding out what is happening in the Norwich city centre churches over Holy Week and Easter is invited to follow the Facebook page: ‘Norwich City Churches – CofE”.