Believing in God is not always straightforward and sometimes we wrestle with questions, doubts, objections and scepticism around the Christian faith. Whether you consider yourself searching, spiritual or sceptical (or all three) we want to provide a place for you to process your questions, doubts and beliefs in a way that works for you.
Below are three fantastic ways you can explore
1 / Our Sunday Gatherings
We love to gather regularly as a community and coming together is an important rhythm in community life at King's. We come as we are from all walks of life and we would love to have you join with us.
At every location there is a time of singing followed by a talk given by one of the leaders. Details of the current series of talks can be found here. All three locations have dedicated groups for babies right through to teenagers, just ask one of our welcome team for more information when you arrive. We look forward to meeting you.
City Centre | Sundays 10.00am - 11.45am | MORE INFO
Mile Cross | Sundays 10.45am - 12.45pm | MORE INFO
City West | Sundays 3.00pm - 5.00pm | MORE INFO
2 / The Alpha Course
We believe that everyone should have the chance to explore the Christian faith, ask questions and share their point of view; whoever they are. That's what the world renowned Alpha course enables you to do.
The next Alpha course will be starting in February 2018.
Venue: The King's Centre, King St, Norwich, NR1 1PH
3 / Check out some of our podcasts
We've got a set of six excellent podcasts exploring some of the commonly held caricatures of Christianity. We hope you find them interesting, thought provoking and engaging. Links to listen below.
Week 1 - Belief in God is out of date and old fashioned - Listen here
Week 2 - God doesn't care about my suffering, otherwise he'd stop it - Listen here
Week 3 - It's up to heaven (if you're good) or down to hell (if you're bad) - Listen here
Week 4 - Gentle Jesus meek and mild - Listen here
Week 5 - I can do what I want and God will forgive me - Listen here
Week 6 - The God of the bible is bloodthirsty and violent - Listen here