You will get the most out of church when you become a contributor to church. There are so many ways you can get involved in helping us build church and in turn, helping us as church to make a difference in the world.
If you want to give financially to you can use our secure online system powered by ChurchApp.
You can use this system to give to:
- Tithes and Offerings
- Heart For The House
- We Can Do It
- Guest Speaker Offerings
- Building Fund
You can also use the link below to set up a monthly standing order to become a regular giver and supporter of what we do.
If you have any questions or to request account details to make a direct transfer, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Giving Through Volunteering
Your time and your gifts and talents is another way you can contribute to church life. Proclaimers only happens because of the willingness of our hundreds of volunteers. Some of the teams you can get onboard with includes:
- Welcome Team
- Singers and Musicians
- Kids and families team
- Hometeam (venue set up)
- Media – graphics, web and video
There really is something for everyone to do when it comes to making Proclaimers, Proclaimers. Every team has a welcome and induction process to help you learn about how they work and to meet the other volunteers. We also have regular ‘Heart and Soul’ nights to train and equip our volunteer army.
We believe that Norwich should be a better place because of the church. That’s the heart behind our Love Norwich community work. We want to help meet people’s needs and show them they are valued and appreciated. From running self-esteem courses in local high schools and hostels, to our weekly street teams helping local families with practical, DIY needs at home, to elderly visitation, running services in HMP Norwich to our annual Christmas Hampers appeal we believe that your hands, are Gods hands to the people of our community.
Organisations We Support
The A21 Campaign exists to abolish Human Trafficking in the 21st century through a comprehensive system of preventative measures, victim protection, prosecution of violators, and strategic partnerships.