Archbishop of Canterbury's visit

07 November 2018
12:00 - 22:00
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Reconciliation will be the theme of the Archbishop of Canterbury's visit to Norfolk during Remembrancetide.
The Most Revd Justin Welby will spend Wednesday 7 November in Norwich when he will attend an act of worship at the Cathedral of St John the Baptist, followed by a free evening of events open to all at Norwich Cathedral.


Highlights include:
12pm: A brief ecumenical act of worship at the Cathedral of St John the Baptist 
to which all are welcome.
5.30pm: A specially themed Choral Evensong at Norwich Cathedral, with 
the Cathedral Choir. 
6.30pm: People are invited to bring a packed tea to enjoy in the Nave of the Cathedral. During this time there will also be the opportunity to explore Stations of Reconciliation focussing on subjects including the Field of Remembrance in the Cloister Garth, Edith Cavell's grave, St Saviour’s Chapel, the Peace Globe and a Labyrinth of Light.
7.15pm: Reflections on Reconciliation chaired by the Rt Revd Graham James, Bishop of Norwich, featuring a presentation by the Archbishop. Reflections will also be offered by Pastor Rolf Stahl from Koblenz, Dr Marian Prinsley, vice president of Norwich Hebrew Congregation, the Rt Revd Alan Hopes, Roman Catholic Bishop of East Anglia and Dee Robinson, founder and director of New Roots, Norwich.
Afterwards, there will be more time to explore the Stations of Reconciliation.
9.15pm: Compline by candlelight.

For more about events at Norwich Cathedral this Remembrancetide click here

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