As part of Refugee Week there will be a fund-raising event in the Bishop’s Garden at Norwich Cathedral this afternoon, 23 June, from 1.00 – 5.00 pm, with home-made cakes and refreshments, live music, a children’s trail, plant and cake stalls, and the Hawk and Owl Trust. Proceeds will go to Freedom from Torture, Amnesty International, which campaigns to make refugees welcome, and Norwich City of Sanctuary, supporting groups which work with refugees.
Tomorrow evening, 24 June, from 7.30 – 8.45 pm Steph Bryant, from the Youth and Schools Team at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion in Cambridge, will be speaking on the theme: Children are the Future: Exploring Science and Faith with young People, at Trinity Meeting Place, Trinity Street, Norwich NR2 2BJ. The meeting is hosted by Science and Faith in Norfolk.
The funeral service for Revd Charles Banks will take place at 12.30 pm this Tuesday, 25 June, at Earlham Crematorium, followed by a Service of Thanksgiving for his life at Chapel Field Road at 1.30 pm. Please note that cars should be removed from the Church car park by 12.30 pm.
Make a note of this Saturday, 29 June at 7.00 pm, when we shall be having fun at a Quiz Night in aid of the Vidiyal Trust. Teams should number six people. Tickets, £5.00, and details from Christina Potter or Roy McLean.
If you intend to come to Debbie, and Ian and Anne’s Farewell Evening on Saturday 20 July at 7.00 pm, please sign the list in the Church Centre to help Pam Parker-Brown to organise the catering.
Many thanks from Cameo to all those who supported their recent Coffee Morning, when £330 was raised for Door to Door Mobility Transport. A total of £873 has been raised for the charity during this year.
You’ll be pleased to know that Jebbeh, the pregnant woman in Sierra Leone who featured in the publicity for Christian Aid week, has given birth to a happy and healthy baby boy. She sends her very grateful thanks to everyone who raised money to help improve facilities for pregnant women there.
We’re invited to join with other churches in praying this week for our Twinned City Churches in Rouen, Novi Sad, Koblenz and El Viejo.
Longing for light, we wait in darkness
Longing for truth, we turn to you.
Make us your own, your holy people,
light for the world to see.
Christ, be our light!
Shine in our hearts.
Shine through the darkness.
Christ, be our light!
Shine in your Church gathered today.
Bernadette Farrell: StF 706
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