Christmas cards for 2020

Candle from Bethlehem

A question we are often asked is how can we help? Standing orders are of course always welcome.

Another very practical way you can help is to buy our Christmas cards or greeting cards.

We began selling cards in 2014 and to date we have sold over 37,000 individual cards.

For the sixth successive year JAEP has produced Christmas cards.

The cards (5.25 inches square) are £5 for a pack of ten cards of the same design with envelopes.
The message inside the card is Peace at Christmas.

The greetings cards (5.25 inches square) are £3.50 for a pack of five cards of the same design with envelopes.
The inside of the card is blank for your own message.

This year cards can be bought at:

Original Norwich Christmas Card Charity Shop (ONCCCS)
Open from 20 October - 12 December
Monday - Saturday: 1115-1430

Revelation Resource
Tuesday - Saturday: 1000-1600

Norwich Cathedral
Monday - Friday: 1000-1600
Saturday: 1000-1500
Sunday: 1330-1430

If you prefer we can post your order to you. You can order by email or phone 07976040971
We offer click and collect

Postage costs for Christmas cards are:

1-2 packs £2.10
3-10 packs £3.85
11-20 packs £7.70
21-30 packs £11.50
Over 31 packs Free

Postage costs for greetings cards are available on request:

We have eight Christmas designs to choose from. JAEP is very grateful to all who have donated their images to us.

Three images, a Candle, the Madonna and Child, and the Manger were from decorations made by a Women’s Cooperative in Bethlehem created from broken glass picked up in the streets of that town.

One image, a Christmas Tree created by Alex Carron Brown, a niece of a JAEP Trustee.

Two images, Dormouse and Poinsettia were designed by water-colourist Bridgette James. John was a much loved cousin.

Two images, Rudolph the reindeer and a sheep from Christmas decorations were created by Cindy Cooper, Ipswich Road URC.

In addition there are two greetings cards, Wisteria and Lilies designed by water-colourist Helen Harrison. The cards are blank inside for your own message.

Thank you very much for your engagement with JAEP.

Happy (albeit probably a very different) Christmas and Best Wishes for 2021.