Church

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What's On

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Sundays

  • 10am Family Worship

Weekdays

Christian faith during the week when our doors are open to offer programmes and activities for the whole community.

  • Mondays

    • 9:30am - 11:am Army Bears (Parent and Toddlers)
      • 0 - 4 years
    • 12:30pm Lunch club
      • For all ages
    • 1:45pm Friendship Club
      • For over 50s
    • 4:30pm - 5:30pm CLIC Childrens Club
      • During term time
      • Ages 7 - 12
  • Thursdays

    • 9:30am - 11:30am Coffee Morning

Events

March
 
24 - Concert by Marilyn Baker (supported by Tracey Williamson), 7pm
 
25 -  Palm Sunday meetings led by Marilyn Baker & Tracey Williamson,10am & 4pm
 
30 - Good Friday meeting led by Majors Allister & Kathleen Versfeld, 6pm
 
April
 
1 - Easter Sunday meeting led by Majors Allister & Kathleen Versfled
 
29 - Songs of Praise meeting with our community band and songsters, 4pm
 
May
 
27 - 'Songs of Praise' meeting 4pm with our community band and songsters 
 
June
 
10 - 'Café church', 4pm. 
 
24 - 'Songs of Praise' meeting with our community band and songsters, 4pm
 
July
 
29 - 'Songs of Praise' meeting with our community band and songsters, 4pm
 
September
 
16 - Meeting led by Major Noel Wright, 10am
 
30 - 'Songs of Praise' meeting with our community band and songsters, 4pm
 
October
 
6 - Harvest Quiz Night 
 
7 - Harvest Festival meeting led by Majors Derek & Susan Jones 
 
28 - 'Songs of Praise' meeting, 4pm with our community band and songsters 
 
November
 
3 & 4 - Corps Anniversary weekend (Majors Gary & Rosemary Chatburn) 
 
25 - 'Songs of Praise' meeting with our community band and songsters 
 
December
 
15 - Community Carol Service(Atrium Theatre) 

Charity Shop

Please contact for further information
14 Church Street North Walsham, Norfolk NR28 9DT
United Kingdom
Phone: 01692 409100

Meet the people

our church leaders are committed to transforming the lives of people in their community

Richard Durrant

Major