Dr, Carole Hill, alumna of the University of East Anglia (UEA), and author, is giving a lecture that places Julian in teh context of Anchoresses of her time.
St. Julian's Church, Norwich at
11.00am on Saturday, 29th April, 2017
This is part of a absolutely packed long weekend of events, celebrating Norwich's medieval past. You can access the very full brochure here.
11.00am Festival Eucharist, 12.00 Julian Lecture: Godelinde Gertrude Perk 'Stories Heard Through Anchorhold Walls: Julian's Narrative Art and Thelogy', 1.30pm Lunch interval (bring picnic lunch, teas/coffees available at the Julian Centre), 2.15pm AGM of the Friends of Julian, 3.15pm Evening Prayer. Following Evening Prayer the Companions of Julian will renew their commitment in the Julian Shrine.
Every year in Lent we try to stand beside Christ in his pain and to be filled with wonder, as Julian was, at the love that made him suffer for our sake. The booklet, Stations of the Cross, on sale at the Julian Centre, illustrated by the Stations in St Julian's church, matches scripture readings with passages from Julian. Below is the Julian reading for the first time Christ falls.
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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