On top of livestreaming our 10am Sunday Services, we are also offering a wide range of services, reflections and activities online. These take a variety of forms from livestreamed events on our YouTube Channel to gatherings on Zoom

In this section you can find all sorts of things that will help us all join in with church life from the comfort of your homes, including past reflection series:

Online Groups

Just Scripture Link with Burundi - A fortnightly Zoom Study session, organised by Christian Aid, with a church from Burundi. Sessions start on Wednesday 16th February at 3:30pm.

'Cry for Hope' - an online study group during Lent 2022. Sessions will be on Thursday Evenings via Zoom, 7.30pm-9.00pm.

Mancroft Ministry of Fun - You can also find plenty of things to keep adults entertained at home! Join in with our Zoom coffee mornings or fun quiz nights.

Online Reflections

Reflections from Mancroft - a short series of reflections on a wide range of topics. These are led by members of our Ministry Team in Church on a Wednesday at 1pm. You can hear them in-person or on our YouTube channel

"Looking for Meaning & Purpose..." - a short, livestreamed reflection series led by our Ministry Team on a series of topics themed around the city, human flourishing and the environment

Plainsong Psalms - Hear our vicar, Edward Carter, sing all the psalms to plainsong chants. He’s adding one each day.

Reflections - Read reflections from members of our ministry team.

3 minutes on prayer - Join Fiona Haworth for a series of short videos about prayer

Novels & Films as Spiritual Parables - Join The Revd Canon Edward Carter as he speaks about some of his favourite books and films, explaining why he loves them so much and the ways he interprets them spiritually.

Online Resources

Inspiring Norfolk - we were delighted to be invited to contribute a short fim to this fabulous resource. You can find out more, and watch our film "What's in a Name?" here.

Funerals - Funerals are even harder than usual in these difficult times. Here are some simple ideas from the Church of England of things that you can do at home on the day of a funeral that you can't atttend.

Praying at home is something Christians have done for 2,000 years. Visit the Church of England website for ideas about how to include prayer in your daily life, whatever situation you find yourself in at the moment.