Cell Church

"Doing Different"

As well as a church in each village, the Tas Valley cell church lives up to the Norfolk tradition of "doing different". Cells are vital parts of the body - and cells in church life are there to multiply and grow and keep the body healthy. Cells are small groups of people who meet as church-in-miniature.

They are like cells which contain the DNA of what it means to be church - worshipping together, learning from the bible, caring for each other, the wider church and sharing God's love in the local community and wider world.

We are a sister church within the Tas Valley Team, committed to working to complement the ministry of the six parish churches.

Here are our values:

  • All Involved
  • Becoming Disciples
  • Creating Community
  • Doing Evangelism
  • Encountering God

You can learn more about cell churches on the cell uk website:

www.celluk.org.uk

 

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Coming Up Next...


Farewell Service for Martin Hartley

Please come to thank the Hartleys, worship and pray with them as they move on to St Catherine's Mile Cross.

 

 
Contact Sally for more details - 01508 470762
 

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Ministry Meal (1 week to go)

 

YOUTH FILM NIGHT (2 weeks to go)

 

Institution and Induction of the Rev'd Martin Hartley (3 weeks to go)

 

Cake Crawl/ Savoury Safari (3 weeks to go)

 

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Congratulations Martin!

Congratulations to Rev'd Captain Martin Hartley who is to be the new vicar of St Catherine's, Mile Cross in Norwich.  We will miss Martin, Rach and all the family so much - but we wish them well in this exciting next step.  Martin's farewell service will be at Tasburgh church at 10.30am on 30th April.  Please come to pray and bless the Hartleys on their way.

 

 

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