Everyone is invited to the Christian Union's annual carol service at Norwich Cathedral on the 4th December. The service will begin at 7.30pm and feature traditional christmas carols, readings of the bible story, a performance from UEA's society Radical Youth and a christmas talk by a speaker from OCCA (Christian Centre of Oxford Apologetics). We will be taking an offering on behalf of St.Martins during the service, who are a charity that support the homeless community here in Norwich. The carol service, which aims to finish by 9pm, will be followed by mince pies and mulled wine over at King’s Community Church at their city centre location. Come along and bring your friends, flatmates and family. It’s a great opportunity to gather together and celebrate Christmas with traditional carols in the city’s beautiful historic cathedral.
This is a Do Something Different activity. Do Something Different is an extracurricular programme to enhance your time at university. From our week long festival in February to daily activities ranging from arts to sports, there is a do something different activity happening everyday! For more information check out ueadifferent.com and @ueasu_dsd.