Friends of Flordon Church
Supporting the spiritual, historic and community purposes of Flordon Church
St Michael & All Angels church boasts Saxon origins, medieval additions and Victorian refurbishments. Through significant fund raising over the years the church has been transformed into a building to be accessible by all villagers whether for spiritual, historic or community purposes.
In order for St Michael’s to continue to be of use to all villagers we feel it needs a Friends Group to support its current and future existence
There are several roles that may interest you such as helping with fundraising events or contributing financially on a regular basis.
If you have any ideas or experience in how this group could achieve its own goal of supporting St Michael & All Angels Church then we would be very pleased to hear from you.
Contact us to get involved or find out more by clicking here.
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Bracon Ash Arts Festival
Fri, 29 Mar, 2019, 7:30pm @ Bracon Ash Church
Bracon Ash Arts Festival (or BAA Festival) is an exciting community arts festival taking place in the beautiful surroundings of Bracon Ash Church from Fri 29 to Sun 31 Mar, 2019. Over the weekend there will be ticketed performances by established performers, free recitals by local community groups and a series of free workshops. There will also be a fantastic exhibition of works by local artists. The BAA Festival will be family friendly, with activities for young people and yummy refreshments served throughout the weekend. The Festival will culminate in a special service of Choral Evensong at 4pm on Sun 31 Mar, sung by the choir of St Remigius’ Church, Hethersett, where the Dean of Norwich Cathedral, The Very Revd Jane Hedges will preach. During the service, there will also be a very special performance by the Festival's patron, Humphrey Berney.
Programme of Events
Friday 29 March
7:30pm: Ticketed Concert - 'Smooth Classics at Seven ... 30!' with local music legend, Laurence Bennett - Piano. To secure your tickets, visit: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/baafestival
Saturday 30 March - FREE ENTRY
10am - 4pm Art Exhibition and Refreshments
11:00am: Performance - Recorder Revels
11:30am: Workshop - Origami
12:15pm: Performance - Mulbarton Primary School
1:00pm: Workshop - Junk Percussion
1:30pm: Performance - Fairways Hand Bells
2:00pm: Workshop - Pebble Painting
2:45pm: Performance - Mulbarton Community Choir
7:30pm: Ticketed Concert - '241 Christian Musical Comedy' featuring our Curate, The Revd Andrew North and his funnier musical half, Alan Kirkland. To secure your tickets, visit: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/baafestival
Sunday 31 March - FREE ENTRY
10am - 4pm Art Exhibition and Refreshments
10:30am: Performance - CB Drama
11:00am: Workshop - CB Drama
11:45am: Performance - John Myhill - Poetry
12:30pm: Workshop - Red Zebra Photography
1:00pm: Performance - The Liquorice Allsorts Clarinet Quartet
2:00pm: Workshop - Creative Writing
2:15pm: Performance - John Wallace-Jones Drama
4:00pm: Choral Evensong, with the Choir of St Remigius, Hethersett and a special performance by Festival Patron, Humphrey Berney.
All events in the Bracon Ash Arts Festival take place at Bracon Ash Church, School Road, Bracon Ash NR14 8HJ
Watch this space for details of other performers and workshops, the festival timetable and ticketing information!
Contact Andrew for more details - 01508 500343
Lent Course 2019: The Prophetic Voice of India
Posted: Sun, 10 Mar, 2019 (2 weeks ago) by Adrian
This year's Lent Course runs on Wednesday evenings, from 13th March to 10th April. We meet in the Lounge at Hanover at 7.30pm, and will finish by 9.15pm.
The United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel has produced a free booklet that we'll be using, in we which we listen to and reflect upon the prophetic voice from India. Each evening will consider a different theme.
The five-week study course looks at the radical nature of the gospel, with a special focus on the church in India.
"We might think the prophetic voice belongs to the Old Testament, but we want to show there are still many prophets to be found throughout the world church today.
"The prophets’ voices are challenging because they alert us to issues we might want to ignore - they call us to be like Jesus, who stood on the margins, comforting the oppressed and challenging those who are comfortable."
Study 1: Community – inspiring congregations to be dynamic in mission.
Study 2: Injustice – taking action to combat human trafficking.
Study 3: Gender – a skills training programme is giving women a new lease of life.
Study 4: Climate – schools are inspiring a new generation to care for the environment.
Study 5: Hope – giving hope to India’s marginalised Dalit and tribal peoples.
See more details of the course here