Julian Centre News & Announcements
Juliet Wimhusrst will show slides illustrating the role of the divine and numinous feminine figures, showing some pre-Christian deities of Europe and the Near East, and some from medieval Christendom. We will talk about the symbolism attached to the feminine through the ages, particularly in relation to the natural world, and discuss its role in modern day Christianity.
This event will take place in the Julian Centre starting at 7.15pm. All welcome.
The Julian Festival is on Saturday 9th May at St Julian's Church
11am Festival Eucharist
12.15 The Julian Lecture
Malcolm Guite, Chaplain of Girton College Cambridge
''Inclusive, Ecstatic & Loving; the three-fold character of Julian's theology.''
(please bring a picnic lunch; tea,coffee & home baked cake available in the Julian Centre)
2.30pm AGM of the Friends of Julian
3.15pm (approx) Benediction
Children’s Pilgrimage facts.
When: Saturday 2nd May 2015.
Where: Pilgrimage to the Julian Shrine from the Cathedral, exploring King Street in the old quarter on the way.
Welcoming : Accompanied Children : Please bring your parents and grandparents.
Bring: Packed Lunch
Cost : Children £4.00 : Under 5's and Adults FREE
Julian's story begins with activities beneath the Juilan windows and statue at Norwich Cathedral
The journey continues through Kings Street on a Medieval Treasure Hunt with the Pilgrim Leader
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Dragon Hall, our close neighbour situated at the bottom of St Julian's Alley/Kings Street, is set to become a National Centre for Writing. The current Writer's Centre has been an active collaborator in the past with us in Julian Week so it will be very exciting to have them on our doorstep.