Wroxham & Hoveton UNITED REFORMED CHURCH
In common with other British churches, we will be suspending services until further notice.
Our minister is leading worship during lockdown by producing an audio service each Sunday. This can be accessed by selecting Worship from the menu, then choosing Worship this Sunday. Here, you will find a list of worship dates from which you can select which you would like to hear.
The United Reformed Church is also producing a Sunday service each week on line at 10am . Please go to http://devotions.urc.org.uk to listen to this.
The community café is also cancelled and our JAM (children’s church) will not be held.
We hope that the Foodbank (Thursdays 10.30 to 12.) will continue in its much needed role and that donations will keep coming in.
God bless you all at this difficult time.
It’s a Boy Nativity – Thanks.
Sunday 22nd December 2019
Chris and I would like to thank everyone who came and watched and supported the JAM nativity play this year, we hope you enjoyed it.
We have a group of amazing children and it’s a joy to hear them sing and see them enjoy telling the Christmas story.
We all had a lovely time and it was fabulous to have so much support in all sorts of ways.
Thanks to Don and Linda for the mulled wine and thanks to all those who brought mince pies or sausage rolls.
Thanks for the gifts for the bring-and-buy and my Mum and Lyn for running it; it raised £154, which is great. The hamper (thanks to Liz) raised another £70.
Thank you to Bob for taking some lovely pictures and being the official photographer.
Our thanks to all the people on teas and coffees and those who helped us clear up
Thank you to the choir too; I’m glad Paul did not fall through the fire exit!
We thank HATS for the loan of their lights and staging.
Thanks to Bruno for opening and closing the play with a prayer and finally, thank you to every single one of the children for such an amazing performance and to their Mums and Dads for bringing them to rehearsals and encouraging them.
We are extremely proud of Quintus who shaved his head in aid of Cancer Research. Amazingly, £215.86 was collected in the bucket and we will add a further £77 to that from half the bring-and-buy proceeds – thank you all for your generosity in supporting Quintus; he will be adding to this total with money raised from the other Christian groups he is connected with, as well as donations from his school. Well done Quintus!