The next Church Prayer Night is on Monday 4th November at St Martin’s between 7.45 p.m. and 9.15 p.m. and everyone is welcome. Prayer Night offers the opportunity for the Cromer Church family to explore prayer together in a range of styles and to pray for the world, for the church, for our community, for families, for individuals and for each other.  Please get the date in your diary, and come along.

On Saturday 2nd November, the Diocese of Norwich is running One Big Day - Growing Everyday Faith, a one-day conference and training event exploring what it means to develop a culture of discipleship across generations, abilities, geographical boundaries and in the wider community. Keynote speakers include Laura Hancock, Director of Church Resources at Youth for Christ; and Revd Canon Dr Sandra Millar, Head of Life Events for the Church of England.

One Big Day takes place at Northgate High School in Dereham (NR19 2EU) between 9.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m.

We're planning to take a minibus and would encourage everyone who is involved with or interested in finding out more about, children, youth and families work to attend. You can get more information or sign up through Cromer ChurchSuite here or contact Simon for more information. Direct booking at a cost of £7.50 is also possible through the Diocese's Eventbrite page here.

 

Join us for our Light Party in the Parish Church ~ 5.00 - 7.00 p.m. on Thursday 31st October. Neon disco, luminous face painting, crazy games, glow stick crafts and much more...

The event is for the whole family and children must be accompanied by an adult. Free entry, with a suggested donation of £2 per family, which includes party food, refreshments and all the activities. Please sign-up early as spaces are limited and wear bright/luminous clothing; no scary costumes please. If you need further information, you can contact us here.

The Bishop of Lynn is coming on Monday 28th October to licence Will as Priest-in-Charge of the Parish of Cromer. The service is at 7.30 p.m. in the Parish Church and everyone is very welcome to come along to mark this important occasion and to support Will by their presence and their prayers.

13th - 19th October 2019 is Prisons Week. For over forty years, Prisons Week (a registered charity) has prepared prayer literature for the Christian community to use as they pray for the needs of all those affected by prisons: prisoners and victims, their families, their communities, those working and volunteering in prisons and the criminal justice system.

Please pray each day during Prisons Week but also ask yourself whether there is one thing that you as an individual, or as a church, can do to help any of the people that you are praying for.

You can pdf download the prayer poster (412 KB) or, during Prisons Week, find the same prayer suggestions on our website.