Norwich Area United Reformed Church (NAURC)

The Norwich Area United Reformed Church (NAURC) is a group of 5 URC churches in the Norwich area

Representatives from all of the churches meet together regularly to share news and plan joint activities and there are occasional joint services. Another group of representatives meets to plan the preaching rota for all 5 churches for the coming months.

Please click here for a link to the NAURC preaching plan

Churches within the Norwich Area URC

Fairland URC in Wymondham is the oldest church in the group, as it was established in 1652.

Click here to find out out more about this church, its worship and other activities



Ipswich Road URC was an offshoot from Princes Street in 1952.





Trinity URC Norwich (Contact Mrs Margo Benns, Secretary)

Situated at the city end of Unthank Road, Norwich, the present building which is Grade 2 listed, dates from 1956.
Currently, the church does not have a website, so here is some information about their usual church life:

Morning Worship is at 10.30am on Sundays.We extend a warm welcome to visitors. We were formerly a Presbyterian church and worship in a fairly traditional style, with Holy Communion celebrated quarterly.

Facilities:Large hall and kitchen

Wroxham and Hoveton URC (known as the Hub) was an offshoot from Trinity URC in  1970

You can find out more about this church on their website here 




St. Peter’s Jessopp Road Church (URC/ Methodist)  Contact Mrs Jenny Poltock (Secretary) 01603 622805

This church is a joint URC/Methodist church, served by both A URC and a Methodist minister. Like Trinity, they currently do not have their own website, so here is some information about their usual church life :

“We are an open church which welcomes people of all ages and needs. We have a congregational approach to our ministry and mission and, though many of us are “getting on” in age, we have a vision to be a growing, caring and mission-led church. You can find out more about their church on their website here



Princes Street URC in Norwich closed in Autumn 2020. As their daughter church, their history is to be found on this site here