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What's on

In addition to our regular worship every day, we have a great variety of events throughout the year at which you are always welcome.

Events coming soon include...

Saturday 23 September

9am to 7pm Parish Day Pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham (adults £16, under-16s £8, including travel and lunch)

Wednesday 27 September

10.30am to 12.30pm Macmillan Coffee Morning at St John's

Friday 29 September: St Michael and All Angels

5pm Low Mass at St Julian's

7.30pm High Mass at St John's

Saturday 30 September

10.30am to 3.30pm Norwich East Deanery 'Happy Planet Day' at St John's

Saturday 7 October

11am Lecture: 'Julian of Norwich, Feminism, Scholarship and Medieval Women's Writing' by Dr Sarah Salih (King's College London) at St Julian's

Book a free ticket here

Friday 13 October

6.30 for 7pm Church Family Quiz with fish & chip supper at St John's

Wednesday 18 October - Thursday 16 November

10am to 3pm daily 'Love is the Meaning': an exhibition of new artwork marking the 650th anniversary of Julian of Norwich's Shewings in May 1373

Exhibition across three sites: St John's, St Julian's and St Stephen's, Rampant Horse Street

Sunday 29 October: Feast of the Dedication of the Church

11am Procession and High Mass at St John's

Preacher: The Very Revd Dr Andrew Braddock, Dean of Norwich

Wednesday 1 November: All Saints' Day

7.30pm Procession and High Mass at St John's

Thursday 2 November: All Souls' Day

7.30pm High Mass of Requiem at St John's

Saturday 4 November

7.30pm Autumn concert by Cantilena: music by Thomas Weelkes (400th anniversary of his death) and Heathcote Statham (50th anniversary of his death) at St John's

Free admission; retiring collection; drinks follow

Sunday 17 December: Advent III

11am Preacher at High Mass: The Rt Revd Martin Seeley, Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich

followed by coffee and rosé 

Monday 18 December

7.30pm LGBT+ Carol Service at St John's


Celebrating the 650th anniversary of the Shewings which Julian of Norwich received in May 1373

Click here

to download the programme

for the anniversary year

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