Seeking to make known the Gospel of Jesus Christ
in a city and country that needs Him

Introduction

Welcome to Norwich Reformed Church, where we seek to make known the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a city and country that needs Him.

This is our website where you will find information and resources which we hope will prove a spiritual blessing to you. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

For God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.

John 3:16

What’s new?

The Delta Course
This study course is designed to introduce you to the Christian Faith. Week by week, you will discover what the Christian life involves. It covers what we are to believe, what we are to experience and what we are to do in order to be truly Christian.
Alan Clifford – Wonderful Words John 7.46 – 19-11-17
Alan Clifford – Luke 23.39-43 – 24-09-17
Alan Clifford – Mark 8.27-33 AM 01-02-15
Alan Clifford – 1 Timothy 1.1-2 – 25-01-15
Back to Bethlehem – They Met Jesus
In this brief sequence of studies, the author invites us to return to the authentic message of the Bible. We are reminded that the babe of Bethlehem was born to die. He went from the cradle to the cross, for the salvation of mankind.
Is Christmas Christian?
Is Christmas Christian?
The True Christian Safe Sex Guide
The HIV crisis is a symptom of the collapse of moral values. This leaflet sets out in a faithful but compassionate way the teaching of the Word of God on the vital subject of human sexuality.
The Bible & Homosexuality
This controversial subject is challenging Christian attitudes world wide. Some Christians are attempting to justify the toleration of gay ideas on Biblical grounds. This leaflet sets out the true Christian view in a faithful and compassionate way.
Biblical Baptism
As an ex-baptist pastor, Dr Clifford sets out his case for the reformed view of this important subject. The subjects and mode of baptism are clearly and charitably discussed within the context of covenant theology. The Baptist view provides the children of Christians with a lesser status within the visible Church than Old Testament children enjoyed. They are in spiritual limbo! This leaflet also shows that immersionism cannot be proved from the New Testament.