Princes Street
United Reformed Church, Norwich

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Sunday Service

Regrettably, there will be no morning service on Sunday 13th October

The service on Sunday 20th October will be led by Revd John Potter.

Brook Street Band

The Brook Street Band will be at the church as part of their 3 day Baroque Music festival.
Saturday 5th October 7.30 pm – The Concerto Story.
Sunday 6th October 4.30 pm a talk by Dr. David Vickers and
6 pm the Festival Finale Concert.
For more details and to book tickets:
Email: info@brookstreetband.co.uk
Phone: 07957335694
Online: www.brookstreetband.co.uk/love-handel-2019

HERITAGE OPEN DAYS

HERITAGE OPEN DAYS

This year the church, which is celebrating its 200 year anniversary, will be open over two weekends on the following dates in September:-
Friday 13th 10am – 4pm
Saturday 14th 9am – 5pm
Sunday 15th 12noon- 4pm

Friday 20th 10am – 4pm
Saturday 21st 10am – 4pm
Sunday 22nd 12noon – 4pm

There will be an exhibition of photographs, by Revd John Potter, reflecting on faith entitled SEEING THE WAY

There will also be history displays and refreshments will be available.

You will have the opportunity to hear the Father Willis Organ on Saturday 12th at 12noon; Friday 20th at 11.00am and Saturday 21st at 11.00am.

Entry at all times is free – we look forward to welcoming you to our church.

PRINCES STREET GUILD

TUESDAY 6TH AUGUST

There will be a speaker from the ‘Julian Centre’ to talk about ‘Mother Julian of Norwich’.

This is a change to the original advertised programme.

The presentation on ‘Norfolk Accident Rescue Service’ has been rescheduled – date yet to be determined.

The Guild Meeting starts at 2.30pm and is open to everyone.

NORFOLK DAY 27TH JULY

NORFOLK DAY 27TH JULY

COFFEE MORNING WITH BRING AND BUY

To celebrate Norfolk Day we are holding a Coffee Morning with Bring and Buy on Saturday 27th July at 10.30am.

Proceeds will go to St James’ Missionary School in Zimbabwe.

Friends of St James’ Missionary School to whom we send our donations is a tightly focused UK charity with direct and long standing relationship with the school.

The school not only provides education but also assists in the relief of poverty amongst those pupils and their families and members of the local community as a whole who have no permanent home or permanent water supply or do not have an adequate food or medical supply or adequate shoes and clothes.

The photo shows the primary school classroom.

PLEASE COME AND SUPPORT US

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