Messy Church

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Messy Church

On Thursday 30 May, during half term, Messy Church meets again at Mulbarton Primary School from 10 am to 12 noon. We will be exploring another Bible story with all sorts of creative crafts and activities and gathering it all together when we tell the story, sing a song, say a prayer and then eat a simple buffet lunch together (all provided)! Refreshments available throughout the morning. Soft toy area for young children - a great place to meet people. Donations of £1 per person (adults and children) go towards our resources. Come and enjoy! Contact: Cyndy Bowles (578510) or Cathy Nicholls (570557) cathynicholls@allbelievers.org

 

 

 

 

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A Midsummer Night's Concert - Mulbarton Community Choir

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A Midsummer Night's Concert - Mulbarton Community Choir

A Midsummer Night's Concert: Mulbarton Community Choir

Once again Mulbarton Community Choir are back in concert! This time the choir will be joined by the musical prowess of George Inscoe, Norwich Cathedral's Organ Scholar. With a programme of music ranging from Bach to Steeleye Span and Andrew Lloyd Webber to Eric Clapton, you'll find it difficult to find a reason not to come along to this fantastic musical bonanza!

Through the sale of programmes, the choir will be raising money for the Norfolk cancer charity – LILAC. The concert is sponsored by Peppermint Dental Centre, Wymondham (http://www.peppermintdental.co.uk/)

Tickets: £5 (£1 for children) are availble (without a booking fee) from: www.ticketsource.co.uk/mulbarton-church  or by calling Caroline: 01508 579111

Further information on George Inscoe is availble from: https://www.cathedral.org.uk/home/worship/music/master-of-music-organist

 

 

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Contact Andrew for more details - 01508 500343
 

Film, God and Everyday Life with Elaine Storkey

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Film, God and Everyday Life with Elaine Storkey

Film, God and Everyday Life

In All Saints Church, Hethel (NR14 8HE) on Saturday 8 June (7.30pm), Dr Elaine Storkey will speak about Film, God and Everyday Life. Film is more than a medium of entertainment. Many films ask – and often answer – deep questions about human significance, the meaning of reality and the existence of God. This talk, illustrated with film clips, looks at some of these questions and identifies recurring moral and spiritual  themes in our lives today.

Elaine Storkey has many years’ experience of teaching in British universities and overseas in the fields of social science, philosophy and theology. A warm, engaging and popular speaker, Elaine has written and presented a large number of radio and television documentaries and has contributed regularly to (for example) Thought for the Day and Woman's Hour. She was President of the international relief and development organisation Tear Fund and is on numerous boards, councils and working parties which address the interface of culture and Christianity. A prominent writer on feminism from a Christian perspective, her latest book, Scars Across Humanity addresses the global incidence of violence against women. She is very involved with the International Christian Alliance on Prostitution.

As usual at 'Hethel Specials', wine and nibbles will be available in an interval before Q and A. If you are willing and able, you can contribute £7.50 to be shared between the church's development fund and a charity chosen by Dr Storkey. Tickets from Peter Nicholls (01508 570557 / hethel@allbelievers.org) or, if still available, on the door. More info at www.acny.org.uk/hethel.

This event is part of Hethel Church's 'Summer of Spirituality', for all who have an interest in spirituality. Do come to this rare opportunity to hear a top-class speaker on an interesting, important and unusual topic.

 

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Contact Peter for more details - 01508 570557
 

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