Charity Christmas card shop returns
It's that time of year to start think about getting your Christmas cards!
And once again The Original Norwich Charity Christmas Card Shop will be open at The Assembly House in Norwich.
Open from 15th October to 15th December, Mon -Sat 9.30 -5pm, all proceeds go to local and national charities.
For a poster for the sale, click here
Mothers' Union Festival Service
The Diocesan President and Board of Trustees of the Mothers' Union invite you to their Festival Service on the 10th October at 11.00am in Norwich Cathedral.
Worldwide president from the Mothers' Union Rosemary Kempsell will be preaching.
You are also welcome to take part in the procession. If you would like to attend, please contact the Mothers' Union Office on 01603 880853 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
'Core Skills for Children's Work' - price reduction
The popular ‘Core Skills for Children’s Work’ course which begins in Dersingham on 9th October has been reduced in price from £30 to £18, and it’s not too late to book your place on the course.
If you are interested in signing up, please contact Claire Mead for more details.
email@example.com or call 01603 882 374
IT Recycling scheme
If you've got any computer equipment you would like to get rid of, let the IT Recycling Scheme help!
We can recycle your equipment in a safe, secure and environmentally friendly way.
For more information click here.
Cathedral Confirmation Service
The next Cathedral Confirmation service is on Saturday 3rd November at 11am.
If you have candidates you would like to put forward, the application form and scheduled list of confirmation services around the Diocese can be found here
The deadline for applications is Friday 19th October.
14th October St Margaret's Church King's Lynn
Why priests wear the clothes they do. What is their significance? What are vestments? What do they have to do with Holy Communion? Soul Circus will be asking these questions
Bishop Jonathan will preside, and the service will will use a mixture of modern music, ancient liturgy and modern technology to journey through Holy Communion.
All are welcome.