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What's On

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What's On

 

Visit of International Staff Songsters 13th and 14th October

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sundays

Our services each Sunday take place at 10.30am and 6pm (unless indicated otherwise in the what’s on area) and offer a variety of modern and traditional worship. We love music at Norwich Citadel and have a Senior Brass Band and a Junior Brass Band and a Songster Brigade (choir) and Singing Company (junior Choir) all of which contribute to our services, enhancing our worship. We are a busy Church and our congregations number about 150 to 200 people on a Sunday morning and 80 to 100 on a Sunday evening.

 

 

  • 9.30am

    • Prayer Meeting

  • 10.30am

    • Morning Service

  • 11am

    • Sunday School

  • 6pm

    • Evening Service

  • 8pm

    • Youth Fellowship

Please contact Majors Mark and Andrea Sawyer for further infomation.

Weekdays

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

  • Monday

    • 7.30pm Ladies Fellowship
      • ​1st Monday of the month

    • 7.30pm Mens Fellowship
      • 3rd Monday of the month

  • Tuesday

    • YP Band Practice
    • Senior Band Practice
  • Wednesday

    • 10am Bible Study
      • Please contact for more information

    • 11am CAMEO (Come and Meet Each Other) Activity
      • We rotate between Art Class, Flower Arranging, Card Making, and Knitters and stitchers
      • Open to everyone
    • 1.30pm CAMEO (Come and Meeting Each Other) Meeting
      • Open to everyone

  • Thursday

    • Singing Company Practice
    • Songsters Practice

Prayer

We meet for a prayer meeting every Sunday morning at the Citadel at 09:30.

Catherine's Coffee Shop

Catherine’s is a waitressed coffee shop, staffed by volunteers. Our meals and cakes are cooked freshly on the premises each day. A fantastic place to eat or volunteer.

Opening Hours

  • Monday to Friday

    10am - 2.30pm

For more information call Alison Gibson on 01603 620747

Charity Shop

We sell the following items: 

  • Small items of furrniture
  • Clothing of all sorts 
  • Household items e.g china, glass, mirrors, pots and pans

The Salvation Army's motto 'With heart to God and hand to man' is taken literally when furniture and other household items are supplied free of charge or at very low cost to disadvantaged people who contact The Salvation Army or other local social agencies.

Profits from the store go entirely to supporting the community work of The Salvation Army in and around Norwich.

Opening Times

  • Monday to Friday

    • 9.30am - 5.00pm
  • Saturday

    • 9:30am - 5.00pm

If you would like to donate any items to our charity shop in Norwich, we are pleased to accept donations of small items of furniture, donations of clothes and any donations of household or small electrical items.

​For more information phone (01603) 624103 and speak to Jordon Cowie (Manager)

9-11 Lower Goat Lane Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1EL
United Kingdom

Soup Run

Every night of the year (with the exception of Christmas Day) our volunteers go into the city centre ready to feed some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged members of our local community.  This provision has been operating for more than thirty years, and around 180 volunteers commit to working one night per month. 

Volunteers work in mixed gender teams of four each evening.  They come from a variety of backgrounds, students working alongside retired people; those in professional occupations serving alongside those who are currently unemployed.

Many team members are Christians whilst others make no profession of faith but all have a common aim of meeting the needs of others.

Currently we have sufficient volunteers for this valuable ministry, but if you would like to explore becoming part of the Soup run volunteer WAITING LIST, drop an email to barry.willson@salvationarmy.org.uk

The service is co-ordinated by retired Salvation Army Officer Major Barry Willson, himself a volunteer.  The soup run has close connections with several professional and voluntary agencies, including the Street Outreach Team, City Reach Health Services, Norwich City Council and Drug and Alcohol Services

Soup Run mobile telephone contact number 07889532416

Messy Church 2018

 

Meet the people

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

Andrea Sawyer

Major

Mark Sawyer

Major