There are a number of Ecumenical Lent courses being organised across Norfolk & Waveney (weather permitting!):
Wednesdays mornings at the Quaker Centre in Goat Street Norwich under the title What do the Gospels have to say to us Today?
Wednesday afternoons at The St Andrew’s Centre Norwich NR7 0LH at 2.00pm is looking at looking at different perspectives of prayer, including Ignatian prayer, icons and art, using music, the Bible and meditation.
Sunday evenings: Southwold Lent lectures are on some great Christian thinkers and how they have helped the lecturers in the understanding of their faith: they will begin on February 18th – 25th – March in the United Reformed Church High Street Southwold IP18 6DS at 6.00pm
For more details see the following link http://nwct.org.uk/?page_id=217
Everyone is warmly invited to this Ecumenical service on Palm Sunday, 25th March, at 6pm in the Anglican Cathedral in Norwich (with grateful thanks to the Dean). This is being jointly orgainzed by the Roman Catholic Cathedral and the Methodist Church where Revd Julian Pursehouse (Chair of the East Anglia Methodist District & Ecumenical Canon) will be the Preacher.
A Passion play (written by Kate Miller) will take place on
Monday 26th March at 7pm
Tuesday 27th March at 2.30pm
Wednesday 28th March at 7pm
The play begins on St Batholomew Green Southwold & then moves to St Edmunds Church.
Audience will promenade, apart from those who require seating.
Tickets: Adults £10, under 16’s £8 available from Southwold Arts Centre 01502 722572 (booking fee applies) or from www.ticketsource.co.uk/southwold-arts-centre
We have a local office for Christian Aid in Norwich & Julian Bryant is the contact.
Here is their website: https://www.christianaid.org.uk/contact-us/office/norwich
Details for Christian Aid week 2018 are here:
NWCT is an Intermediate Body of Churches Together in England covering the whole of Norfolk and those parts of the Waveney area around Lowestoft.
Our work is to enable Christian denominations to work together to spread the Good News that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, came to us to rescue us from the penalty of falling short of God’s standards and to offer us his gift of life in Jesus.