Church of England Diocese of Norwich Thelveton with Frenze

This Week

15 Oct 2021, 10 a.m.
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Regular Weekday Services and Events
Mondays: 8pm Compline (zoom) Contact Norman (01379 854 245) for details.
Tuesdays: 2pm Guided Meditation Meeting ID: 901 745 1483 Passcode: 7HWk4r;
Tuesdays: 7.30pm Prayer/Bible Study Contact Jaap Biersteker (01379 608539) for details
Wednesdays: 9am Morning Prayer at Thelveton
Wednesdays: 2pm first, third, and fourth Wednesday - Walking group 'Stroll and Stride' contact Gale (01379 740042) for details
Thursdays: 2pm third Thursday "Meet and Mardle" in Dickleburgh Church Rooms contact Sylvia (01379 643010) for details
Thursdays: 6.45pm Choir practice at Dickleburgh
Fridays: 7.30pm Ringing Practice at Dickleburgh (contact 01379 740042 for details);
Fridays: 8pm Compline (zoom) Contact Norman (01379 854 245) for details.
Saturdays: 9.30am Morning Prayer at Dickleburgh

This Week’s highlights:
Sunday 17th October: Trinity 20 Proper 24
9.30am Pulham Market Holy Communion
10am - 5pm Rushall Church open for prayer
11am Pulham St Mary Harvest Festival with lunch
11am Starston BCP Holy Communion
11am Thelveton Church open for prayer
6pm Dickleburgh Choral Evensong
Tuesday 19th October: 7.30pm Prayer Contact Jaap Biersteker (01379 608539) for details
Wednesday 20th October: Flower Arranging Class, 2.00pm-3.30pm, Dickleburgh Church Rooms
Thursday 21st October: 2pm-4pm, Meet and Mardle Group, Dickleburgh Church Rooms
Saturday 23rd October: 12 noon Dickleburgh Church, Baptism of Daisy Brewster
Sunday 24th October: Bible Sunday
9.30am Dickleburgh Holy Communion
9.30am Pulham Market Sunday Worship
9.30am Pulham St Mary BCP Matins
10am - 5pm Rushall Church open for prayer
11am Starston Matins
11am Thelveton Holy Communion

Thought for the Week
However long prayer has been part of our lives, it’s good to take the long view from time to time. Do our regular ways of praying give us life and nourish our faith? Reflection is always healthy, creating a space into which God’s Spirit can blow afresh. Norwich Prayer Diary