About Julian

Julian of Norwich (1342-1416) is internationally famous for her "Revelations of Divine Love". She remains one of the most creative theologians, spiritual writers and mystics in the Christian tradition. <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

The Julian Centre

The Julian Centre is next door to St Julian’s Church. It provides a welcome for pilgrims and visitors, houses the Julian Library and a shop which sells books, devotional items and gifts, mostly associated with Julian; please see "Visitors" section for further details. Items can also be purchased from our on-line shop.(NB the on-line shop is closed for a while - it will re-open soon.)

The Friends of Julian

The Friends of Julian of Norwich is a world-wide community of people inspired by Julian's writings. Members seek to grow in the knowledge and love of God. The Friends encourage contemplative quietness, the sharing of resources for spiritual deepening, and offer hospitality to pilgrims and visitors to the Julian Shrine. To learn more click below...

Julian Centre News & Announcements

Job Opportunity with the Friends of Julian

The Friends of Julian are looking for occasional freelance hours of PHP / CouchDB programming expertise to make adjustments to this juliancentre.org website.  The person will have a 8-10 hours work right away, and occasionally thereafter.  Right now we want some features removed from the postings area, some changes to the banner photographs, some twitter and facebook buttons added, that sort of thing.  Depending on how things go, we’d like to make some changes to... Keep Reading

Documentary 'The Search for the Lost Manuscript: Julian of Norwich' now on YouTube

The recent BBC 4 documentary 'The Search for the Lost Manuscript: Julian of Norwich' has been warmly received.  The documentary is presented by medieval art historian Dr Janina Ramirez and follows the story and survival of Julian's manuscript ‘Revelations of Divine Love’ from the time it was written through to the present day six hundred years later.

The programme... Keep Reading