The mysterious yet beautiful vision of John in the Book of the Apocalypse is about the fulfilment of God’s promises: ‘now I am making the whole of creation new’. The story of salvation is achieved through the death and resurrection of the Lord opening the way for a ‘new creation’. We witness to this by the new law of love that Jesus has given us.
Today we begin the diocesan programme, ‘Faithful Stewards of God’s Gifts’ which will run over three weekends.
Tuesday is a Day of Prayer for Survivors of Sexual Abuse.
Diocesan Pilgrimage to Walsingham – Tuesday 31st May 2022. If you wish to travel on the coach, please add your names and those of any children you are accompanying to the COACH LISTS now in our church porches as soon as possible, as we need to know numbers to book the size of coach; £5 per adult seat, collected on the coach.
The coach picks up from: Hoveton at 9.30am; North Walsham at 9.50am and Aylsham at 10.15am arriving in Walsingham at 11.15am. See the Day’s Programme on the notice board.
The Pilgrimage will be led by Bishop Alan. Mass is at 12.00 noon and at 3.00pm there will be the procession to the Priory Grounds followed by Benediction (or one can be taken there by coach); at 4.30pm coaches leave the Priory to make the return journey home.
The Children’s Pilgrimage to Walsingham takes place on the same day Tuesday 31st May also led by Bishop Alan. The aim will still be to give our children a special and memorable time. See poster for details. Please make sure the children’s names are on the list mentioned above if wishing to travel on the coach.
Holy Hour & Eucharistic Adoration is on Thursdays at St Helen’s at 3pm – a time for quiet reflection, meditation and contemplation.