September at St. Stephen’s

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DCIM100GOPROWelcome to St. Stephen’s in september

September at St Stephens sees a new CAP money course starting and the continuation of our exhibition to mark the centenary of the beginning of WW1, the annual Heritage Open Days and Norwich Churches Trust sponsored cycle ride.  Our Sunday services are at 10.00am with our original service pattern using Common Worship, 11.30am an All-age worship service with worship songs, teaching, prayer and ministry time, with provision for children and at 4.00pm ‘Gathering’ a time of worship, fellowship and friendship. Continue reading for our September Sunday services & events. A summary of all other events can be seen on our Calendar page. 

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August at St. Stephen’s

2014-07-14 09.09.41Welcome to St. Stephen’s in August

August is a very busy month for St Stephens; with our own exhibition to mark the centenary of the beginning of WW1, participating in the county-wide mission Who Cares and taking part in the Diocesan Summer Trail. Our Sunday services are at 10.00am with our original service pattern using Common Worship, 11.30am an All-age worship service with worship songs, teaching, prayer and ministry time, with provision for children and at 4.00pm ‘Gathering’ a time of worship, fellowship and friendship. Continue reading for our August Sunday services & events. A summary of all other events can be seen on our Calendar page. Banner_Final[2]

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Exhibition Commemorating WW1

images“We will remember them”

Since 1922 forty surnames and initials have been displayed on the First World War memorial in St Stephen’s – but who were they, and what do they mean to us?

To mark the centenary of the start of the First World War, 2014-07-14 11.01.31this exhibition seeks to flesh out their lives and backgrounds, with cuttings, illustration, local anecdotes from the period.2014-07-14 11.02.29

The exhibition will be officially opened on Monday 4 August – which is the centenary of the beginning of the First World War 10am to 4pm – the coffee centre will be open throughout that day. This is a Vigil for Peace day and there will be a Communion service held in church at 12 noon. The exhibition will then be open each day during normal St. Stephen’s open hours.

Celebrate Norwich and Norfolk in pictures

Celebrate 2014 iiSt. Stephen’s took part in the annual Celebrate Norwich and Norfolk event which took place over the weekend 13-15 June.

With events in and outside the Forum and at St. Stephen’s and St. Peter Mancroft; with singing, dance, exhibitions, cafe, worship, prayer and Gunva B the Christian rap artist  – it was a time to truly ‘celebrate’ and showcase the Christian community in our area. Network Norwich has some great pictures to view from the event here

Royal visit

 

Duke of Gloucester visit 20.5.14 vOn 20 May St. Stephen’s welcomed HRH The Duke of Gloucester to St. Stephen’s to see the restoration work that has taken place since the major repairs to the church in 2009 – 2012. The full story can be viewed here

More photos can be viewed in the gallery