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.
The Rev Robert Fruehwirth, who was for a while the Priest Director at the Julian Centre, finishes his tour of the UK with a two-day retreat in Norwich on 7th and 8th October 2016. He is on a UK tour from his home in the United States connected with his new book, The Drawing of HIs Love: Growing in Faith with Julian of Norwich, published by Canterbury Press. During the periods... Keep Reading
Julian Festival 2016
This was held on Saturday 7th May 2016
St. Julian’s Church
St. Julian’s Alley, between Rouen Road and King Street, Norwich NR1 1QT
Programme for the day
(please watch this page, it will be updated as more information becomes available)
11.00am Festival Eucharist
Celebrant: Revd. Canon Dr. Peter Doll
(Canon Librarian, Norwich Cathedral)
12.00 noon The Annual Julian Lecture to be given by Revd Emma Pennington
"to drede him reverently and to love him mekely"
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on a short journey through Rene’s 14 beautiful Stations of the Cross which hang in St Julian’s Church, that she designed and painted. Led by Canon M McLean. On Wednesday 17th Feb at 10.45am. Scones and coffee will be available afterwards at the Julian Centre where a small exhibition of Rene’s art will be held for you to view. This will be available to the public to look at for the rest of that week... Keep Reading