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?

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Christ, Children and the Church
A Bible study on Matthew 18: 1-14, particulary topical in view of recent news items.
Infant Salvation
What happens to the souls of those who die in infancy? Dr Clifford argues for the view that they are saved.
Good News for Gays
A leaflet prepared especially for a Gay Pride March in Norwich in July, 2009.
Jehovah’s Witnesses: a pseudo-Christian Cult
A leaflet exposing the cult of the Jehovah's Witnesses and offerring the Christian and Reformed response to them.
“Learn about Luther” by Alan C. Clifford
Martin Luther is known as 'the monk who shook the world'! Indeed, after thirteen centuries of spiritual corruption, the German reformer heralded a return to the pure Gospel of Christ and his Apostles.
“Delta Course (19)” by Alan C. Clifford
Clarification: Authentic Calvinism
“No Place Like Rome” by Alan C. Clifford
Celebrating the Quincentenary of Martin Luther's bold, Bible-based "Here I stand!" testimony during the glorious Protestant Reformation (2021)
“Bishop or Presbyter?” by Alan C. Clifford
French Reformed Ecclesiology in 1559
“The True Way of Salvation” Presented and Edited by Alan C. Clifford
Avoiding Legalism and Antinomianism. Extracts from The Saints’ Everlasting Rest (1650) by Richard Baxter (1615-91)
“1966 REVISITED: GOING OR STAYING – IS THIS THE QUESTION? 1966 Revisited: Going or Staying – Is this the Question?” by Alan C. Clifford
Following a wide-ranging historical and theological survey, this is the conclusion of a paper first given at the 1987 Church Society Spring Conference, 'The Reasons for Past failure of Evangelical Unity'. For the complete and fully-referenced paper see The True Unity of the Church (London: Church Society (1987), 30-49).