Welcome to the website of One Church. We hope this will give you a sense of who we are and what we are all about

One Church is a vibrant, multigenerational, multicultural city church that is being pioneered in Norwich. we ARE part of the Elim network of churches in Great Britain

One Church is a community of people who are marked by daring faith, unswerving hope and radical love. We are passionate about Jesus, passionate about people and passionate about making a real and lasting difference in our city and beyond.

As one of the newest of the 600 Elim churches in the UK, we are right at the beginning of our journey in having one mighty go at the mission and vision that God has given us. We love our city and we want to see lives and culture transformed by the love, power and beauty of God flowing through us. We do this by gathering people on Sundays, growing them in groups midweek and preparing them to go and impact their world for God. 

For those who are part of One Church, we are intentional about their growth towards maturity in Christ and committed to seeing them thrive in their life purpose. We want to see them saved, healed, set free and empowered. We want to equip them as disciples of Christ to be the best they can be and to help them to find both their ministry in the church and their mission in the world. Our ultimate aim is to prepare them to stand before Jesus on Judgement Day and hear the words “well done, good and faithful servant” (cf. Mathew 25:21).

If you're not currently part of a church, we'd love to welcome you to One Church soon! Come and be part of the family and help us love and lead our city into life!

Every blessing,

Dominic & Catherine

Senior Leaders

There is nothing like the local church when it’s working right. Its beauty is indescribable. Its power is breathtaking. It comforts the grieving and heals the broken in the context of community. It builds bridges to seekers and offers truth to the confused. It provides resources for those in need and opens its arms to the forgotten, the downtrodden, the disillusioned. It breaks the chains of addictions, frees the oppressed, and offers belonging to the marginalized. Whatever the capacity for human suffering, the church has a greater capacity for healing and wholeness.
— Bill Hybels