The Matthew Project Remembrance Service
REMEMBERING THOSE LOST AND SUFFERING DUE TO ADDICTION
On Thursday 28th September, from 7.30pm to 9pm, The Matthew Project will be returning to Norwich Cathedral for their annual remembrance service. The evening will be one of reflection, remembering those lost or suffering due to addiction. The service will be open for anyone struggling or grieving, wherever you are on your journey, you are more than welcome to join.
The evening will include readings and stories by members and supporters of The Matthew Project. There will be singing from The African Choir of Norfolk, an exciting signature project commissioned by the Hostry Festival in Norwich, Norfolk. The Choir was founded with the purpose of bringing together a diverse group of individuals of African, Caribbean and Black British heritage to create a unique choir in Norfolk. https://africanchoirofnorfolk.org/
The Matthew Project (www.matthewproject.org) has been helping people live fuller lives, free from drug and alcohol misuse, for almost 40 years. Their ethos is shaped by a Christian world view and is based in Norfolk. They provide support to young people, veterans, professionals, people in recovery, and family and carers affected by substance misuse.
The evening is free to attend, there will be refreshments and cake, a collection for The Matthew Project and opportunities to light a candle and leave a note in our book of remembrance.
Nearer the time, an order of service will be available. For further information, please contact [email protected]