Ipswich Road, St Peter's Jessopp Road (URC/Methodist) and Trinity in Norwich
Fairland in Wymondham and Wroxham and Hoveton.
Revd. John Potter is the URC minister for the group and Revd. Ian Bloomfield is the Local Leader for Wroxham
Sunday 25th July
We welcome you to our buildings for worship
Details of our online services may be found lower down the page
Ipswich Road URC 9.45am: Revd John Potter. This service will include Holy Communion and be held indoors due to projected rain. Please wear a mask.
St Peter’s Jessopp Road 10.30am: Mr David Ingham
Trinity URC 10.30am :
Wroxham and Hoveton URC 10.30am: Revd Carole Pearl
Fairland Wymondham URC 10.30am: No service this week
How to participate in the service in the different ways
Video service instructions
As the video of the service will now be presented in a number of ways, please choose the one relevant to you:
1. Viewing the video of the service through the website
Click the triangle on the ‘whole service’ video
2. Joining in the service via “Zoom” Currently we are unable to hold a service via Zoom in the mornings, we hope this will resume shortly.
- If you have been on Zoom before and have logged in through your own name, then you will be asked for the Meeting ID which has been sent out to all of NAURC . If you do not have it and would like to be added to our mailing list, please use the contact form above
- If you have never used Zoom, it is really easy to access from most computers, tablets and smart phones, although if your computer or tablet are old, there may be a problem. You need a device with a microphone and also preferably a webcam.
- You will also need to install Zoom on your device Click here and it will take you to a page where you can sign up and download Zoom-this is an extremely quick download.
- You then either click on the link we have sent or click on “Join a meeting” and put in the meeting ID and password which we have also sent
- A member of Ipswich Road will welcome you into the online zoom service. You will be muted from the start of the service , but when the service ends, we will “unmute” everyone and if you wish you can stay online and have an online chat with others who have been viewing the service through Zoom. A kind of “after church coffee”-something which sadly we cannot offer those who physically come to the church.
- One thing we need to make you aware of-unless you switch your video off within Zoom, you will be seen on the screen in a small picture. The pictures of all those participating will be seen alongside the main picture of John preaching, although the main picture of John will take up most of the page. So if you keep your video on-please try not to do anything you wouldn’t want others to see!, and if you would rather not be seen, use the ‘turn off video’ option and all we will see is your name until you turn your video back on.