Revelation Christian Resource Centre in Norwich has closed its doors to help with the containment of Coronavirus. Here is a message from manager Steve Foyster to all customers and supporters.
Revelation is once again holding a sponsored walk on April 5 to raise funds for the centre, which provides Christian books, bibles, stationery and a friendly cafe.
Members of the Norfolk Christian community are invited to consider some of the ways they can support their local Christian resource centre.
A former Norwich vicar, and now inter-faith pastor in Colorado, has returned to the city from the USA this week to help launch his new book Living the Life Force ... and Finding Your Own Way to Do It.
Revelation Christian bookshop in Norwich begins its New Year sale on Thursday January 2 with up to 50% off a huge range of new books, CDs, gifts and cards.
Revelation is a unique place in Norfolk that provides Christian resources, a popular cafe and a forum for topical debate . Local people and churches are urged to help the centre continue to flourish.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby took part in a book reading chaired by Bishop Graham and hosted by Steve Foyster, manager of Revelation Christian resource centre in Norwich during his visit to the city on November 7.
Norfolk Christian cafe Revelation is the new venue for regular drop-in sessions of a Norfolk veterans charity.
Norfolk celebrity chef Delia Smith has become the new patron of a Revelation cafe and Christian resource centre.
A thought-provoking hardback book of 50 wildflowers and their associations with saints and servants of humanity has been published by former Bishop of Lynn Tony Foottit and will be launched at Revelation on September 19.
A large group of people attended Revelation’s AGM last month to celebrate ten years of the centre and hear about how it has developed into a nurturing community in its own right.  
Events coming up at Revelation in Norwich include an evening entitled 'why worry?' led by retired baptist minister Neil Walker and a sponsored walk to raise funds for the centre.
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