Frequently Asked Questions
What time are the services?
In Norwich, our services are every Sunday at 10am and 6pm. If you'd like to know the details for Ipswich, email our campus Pastor Dave & Fran Marcus at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
How long are your services?
Our services usually last for about 90 minutes, though you may like to allow some time after the service to enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and meet some people!
What should I expect from a service?
Our services feature an exciting mix of live music, high impact media and a relevant, applicable message. You'll find a positive, warm, friendly environment waiting for you when you arrive, with tea and coffee available both before and after the service. You'll also find the friendly, welcoming and diverse group of people that make up our church; people of all ages gathering together to meet with God, make friends and generally have a good time!
What should I wear?
The simple answer is that you can wear whatever you like (as long as you wear something)! Casual, smart, smart-casual - whatever you're comfortable in is fine. If it helps, Pastor Tom usually wears jeans and a shirt.
Where can I park?
There's plenty of parking outside or near to our venue The Space - our wonderful hosts (in the high-viz vests) will gladly direct you to the perfect parking spot.
Are there activities for children?
Oh yes! We have a fantastic programme for children running alongside every service. What's more, you can register your kids 30mins before the services starts, so you can relax and enjoy the experience while they're having a great time with our dedicated kids team. For more information on our kids programme, click here
How about teenagers?
Our church has a youthful feel that any teenagers are sure to find refreshing and exciting. We have many special events happening for teenagers too, under the FLuX banner, including a monthly House Party, fortnightly connect groups and regular social events. We also have Ignite which helps 11 to 13 year olds transition into their teenage years through dedicated interaction both on a Sunday and through connect groups. If you'd like to know more click here, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Is there wheelchair access?
Yes. We have parking spaces available right outside The Space for individuals who may have mobility problems. The entrance has level access, everything in the building is on one level and, of course, we have disabled toilet facilities too. As with parking in general, if you need direct to a space closer to the entrance, just let our hosts know.
Does anything happen during the week?
Quite a bit, yeah. We have connect groups every fortnight - an opportunity to gather together in smaller groups in people's homes, to hang out, eat together and delve deeper into the messages from a Sunday. We have a casual Thursday evening hang-out for young professionals (email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about this). FLuX often has stuff happening during the week too. There's plenty of occasional, ad-hoc and spontaneous stuff going on too, which you can usually find out about on a Sunday or via this very website. If you give us some contact details here, we can email you about what's happening too.
You can find out more about what's coming up in church life by clicking here.
How can I get involved?
We're a church that thrives on the involvement of volunteers and there are many different areas in which you can get involved in the life of our church. First Impressions and Home Team are a great place to start, but there's a number of other areas too. Click here to find out more.
What denomination are you?
Proclaimers in a non-denominational Christian church. Our Lead Pastors are ordained with Australian Christian Churches; the rest of our pastors are ordained through Eurolead.net. You can find out more about what we believe here
And finally, do I have to be a Christian to come along?
Definitely not. We appreciate that everyone is on a journey and that many people are searching for spiritual truth. We think that's a good thing. We hope that our church is somewhere you can feel both comfortable and challenged; a safe environment in which to find out more about God and what it means to have a relationship with Him.