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Adult focused events 

Details of regular or occasional events and groups can be found below. 

Hope Explored *** Now to be held on Zoom ***

HopeEx-thumbnailWhat's the best life you could ever expect? 
These days hope feels hard to come by. But where can we find real hope?
Join us for a relaxed three-week journey as we explore the lasting hope that Jesus offers. You won't be asked to sing or do anything embarrassing. And we promise not to hassle you if you only come once!
Starts Wednesday 12th January, 7:45pm on Zoom. 
Please contact Will Warren for the Zoom link:

Crafts2share Group

at Cromer Parish Church and St Martin's needleandthread

We are a group of people who use our God given talents to make gifts and cards to give away to people.
Members value the support and friendship that Crafts2share offers us all.
Our aims are based on 1 Peter 4:10 -

  • To use the gifts that we have been given in our Christian service to others
  • To make handcrafted gifts and cards to give away to people

Who can come to the group?

  • People who already enjoy doing crafts or those who would like to learn a craft
  • Men and women, members of the church and the community

Or ...  you can make crafts at home without coming to meetings!
We are always grateful for donations of wool, fabric, ribbon and threads and very happy to receive any unwanted craft items if you are having a spring clean!
Please contact one of us for more details: Judith on 01263 519753 or Jackie on 01263 519768.

Blokes Brekkies

Blokesbrekkies-logoThe next Blokes Brekky is on 26th February 2022, Our guest speaker Michael Gurney will be talking about his role as High Sheriff of Norfolk, as well as the important role that local people played in achieving the abolition of slavery. 

The following recent talks are available on our YouTube channel:

'Leadership in Turbulent Times' by General Lord Richard Dannatt
'God, Black Holes and the Big Bang' by Dr Richard Beare

Planning your Visit