Here are a few of the commonly asked questions. If the answer you're looking for isn't here, please ask by sending us a message via the button below.
When can i visit?
We operate services throughout Norwich on a Sunday starting from 9am. We have something to suit everyone.
How do I find STN?
STN can be found in Norwich on Earlham Road (NR2 3RG), Grove Walk (NR1 2QF) & Russell Street (NR2 4QT). All sites are within walking distance of the city centre & are on major bus routes running down Earlham Road, Newmarket Road & Dereham Road
Is parking available?
On-street parking is available around STN Earlham Road. Permits are not required on selected roads and are never required on Sundays. Off-street parking is available at STN Grove Walk with further free on-street parking around the church. On street parking is available at STN Russell Street.
Is there disabled parking access?
Yes. All buildings have disabled access & facilities.
What events are available for newcomers?
We run newcomers events throughout the year. This a is a great time to get to know us better and to meet both other newcomers and also regular visitors. Visit our newcomers page to register your interest.
What can i expect?
Basically, Church is meant to be enjoyed not endured. There will be uplifting music, friendly people and positive teaching that we believe will encourage you in whatever stage of life you are currently in.
What kids/youth groups are available?
Kids groups are available at our 11am (Earlham Road) & 4pm (Grove Walk) services. Kids groups are available for 0-11 year olds. Creche facilities are also available. Youth groups meet at the 11am service for 11-18 year olds.
Can i still come if i have doubts?
Yes, for sure! The message is not "change, then come". No, it's "come as you are and enjoy spending time with others”.
How can i join a team?
Absolutely! We love using our gifts to build God's church. If you would like to get involved on a team please get in touch with us or sign up online.
What is a connect group?
Groups are at the heart of everything we do at STN. Being part of a group can be anything from going for a run together, volunteering on a team or meeting for a weekly study session. Groups are places, events and times where lasting friendships are formed. We want to go beyond our Sunday services to reach people throughout the week, helping to bring spiritual growth and a real sense of family community.