Poetry at King's: Giveth and Taketh

Poetry at King's: Giveth and Taketh

There are some excellent poets rising up around King's and Johnny Raspin is most certainly one of them. Studying Creative Writing at UEA, Johnny enjoys and writes poetry that spans a wide range of genres. This poem has been inspired by the Old Testament Book of Job as Job, his friends and God partake in some incredible dialogue. Enjoy!

Celebrating Volunteers

Celebrating Volunteers

Volunteers make church happen! Read here how we have been celebrating some wonderful volunteers who have been helping out our weekly baby and toddler group.

The Book of Job - VIDEO

The Book of Job - VIDEO

If you've been following our Forerunners series, you might find this helpful video by The Bible Project worth a view. 

Big Day Out

Big Day Out

The Big Day Out will gather as many as possible from across the King's family, along with friends for a day of food, fun, sun (hopefully), and much more. 

Sundays in August

Sundays in August

Find out all the dates and details for our meetings over the summer. It's a little bit different to normal so make sure you take a look!

ENOUGH Prayer Night

ENOUGH Prayer Night

ENOUGH is a prayer meeting like no other. It's for all ages, so bring your children - there'll be plenty for them to get involved with.

4 things your LIFE Group wants from its leader

4 things your LIFE Group wants from its leader

What does it take to be the kind of leader people choose to follow just because they want to? Authors James Kouzes and Barry Posner have conducted extensive research to answer this question. In their book, The Truth About Leadership, they reveal the answer. It might surprise you.

Learning to be a better Listener

Learning to be a better Listener

Great leaders are almost always great listeners. Try these seven behaviors and watch your LIFE Group benefit from your improved set of attentive ears.

Running Partners: We're better together!

Running Partners: We're better together!

We are less effective in life when we try to go it alone. Whether as a spouse, parent, friend, employee or student, we will be more effective, more successful & increasingly fruitful when we journey through this life with good friends at our side

Time for refreshing is coming

Time for refreshing is coming

'Time For Refreshing' is a brilliant opportunity at King's to engage with God in worship and prayer. 

My Story Abi Harvey

My Story Abi Harvey

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Author: Abi Harvey


When my husband and I moved to Norwich 2 and a half years ago with our 6 month old baby, we had very few friends here. We were isolated, going through some difficult family circumstances and very cold (having moved from a hot climate!!). Looking back I probably had some form of SAD disorder... don't worry I'm ok now. Just invested in some warmer clothes. But I digress. 

We had been attending church for a few months but didn't seem to be building relationships very easily. Our baby was young... we were first time parents... we never seemed to have time to linger and chat to people on a Sunday. Then a kind person at church invited us to their LIFE Group. 

We went along hoping to meet with Jesus and meet with others in the church family. Well we certainly met both! We had found community. We had found a place to engage with people, delve into the Bible and share our ups and downs, praying for each other. 

The bible talks about the early church meeting in homes. I like that. Not so I can check out my friends' latest home decor or the quality of their coffee but so that I can really get to know them. 

When churches were forming after Jesus had left earth I love that they met in people’s homes. I love that sense of meeting together in a home. It’s family. It's where we can get round the table and eat together while discussing the bible; asking the questions we really want the answers to. It's where we can honesty share and pray for one another.

I love being on the journey with friends. That’s my LIFE Group.