Princes Street
United Reformed Church, Norwich

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CHARITY CONCERT

A concert in support of Christian Aid will take place on
Saturday 20th May at 7.30pm

The first part will be ‘Songs of Love and Humour and Piano Solos’.

Soloist is Richard Duncan Johnson and pianist Claire MacArthur.

Light refreshments will be available during the interval.

The second part of the programme is entitled ‘Picture Through the Seasons’.

A musical presentation by photographer John Potter.

Entry is FREE with a retiring collection.

EASTER CELEBRATIONS

EASTER CELEBRATIONS

Easter Day started with a sung Halleluia at Tombland.

Then followed breakfast for 40 people and we were delighted that friends from St Georges church joined us.

A communion service followed and this included decorating the cross with spring flowers.

A joyful celebration of Easter Day.

COMMUNITY LUNCH

COMMUNITY LUNCH

A monthly Community Lunch which started up in January is proving to be very popular.

A two course meal together with tea/coffee is served at a cost of £4 pounds. There is no need to book – just turn up on the day.

EVERYONE is welcome – there is no criteria or conditions to satisfy. Do come along and join us.

Lunch is served at 12.30pm and the dates are as follows:-

Tuesday 25th April
Tuesday 23rd May
Tuesday 20th June

PRINCES STREET GUILD

Princes Street Guild meets in the Alexander Room on Monday evenings at 7.30pm.

Why not give us a look? New faces (or old) are always welcome

The 2017 programme is as follows:-

January 23 Magic Circle Member, Bishop Peter Fox will reveal “The Golden Tapestry (Strange Lives and Stranger Deaths)”

February 6th Dr Nicholas Groves “Medieval Churches of Norwich”

February 20th Revd John Potter “Hold the Front Page”

March 6th Rev’d Canon Simon Stokes “Living with a Disability”

March 20th Annual General Meeting & Supper

CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE.

The Christmas Eve service took place on the afternoon of Christmas Eve and was well attended. The service began with lighting of the Advent Candles by Pam Uden and her family.
Our organist was David Uden and the service led by Revd John Potter was a joyful occasion with familiar carols and readings.
A time for reflection with Pauline Potter reading A Tale for Late Christmas Shoppers. A the end of the service mulled wine and shortbread were served giving an opportunity to wish each other a very Happy Christmas before returning home for final Christmas Day preparations.

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