If you are new to Christianty, want to know more, or simply want a refresher, then Simply Christianity is a short series that follows Luke's account of the life of Jesus - the Gospel of Luke.
Simply Christianity is a five-part course based on Luke's account of the life of Jesus - the Gospel of Luke. Over the five sessions, we will read right through Luke's account, tracing it's main themes, being surprised and challenged by the unique story of Jesus Christ.
The City Talks offers a lunchtime oasis with coffee, cakes, friendships and a Bible talk and discussion that relates to modern City life.
On most Thursdays, we have City Talks, lunchtime meetings to help city workers get to know God and one another better, Everyone is welcome. They start at 1pm, and will finish by 1.30pm. Hot drinks will be available, and please feel to bring your lunch. For more information, contact email@example.com or download the PDF.
Norwich University of the Arts
If you are a student or faculty member at NUA and you are looking for support in your faith, then look no further! Martin Young is the Chaplain for NUA - contact him on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
What we Believe
As an Anglican church, we trust what God has told us in the Bible about himself and his Son, Jesus Christ.
- The world was created by God, our loving heavenly Father
- The human race has rebelled against him, earning his judgement
- In his love, God sent his Son, Jesus, to die on a cross in our place
- God raised Jesus from the dead to rule with him in heaven
- Jesus gives new life to all who follow and trust him
This good news has proved true in our experience and we'd love to share more with you.