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The Bishop of Norwich, Graham Usher, has recorded a Christmas message encouraging us all to "Follow the Star" and intentionally invite people back into church this Christmas.
Could you be the person that helps to ensure King’s Lynn Foodbank can continue to serve people in food crisis? King’s Lynn Foodbank seeks an Operations Coordinator to oversee their Distribution Centre.
This years Salvation Army appeal has already provided gifts for over 2600 children in the Norwich area, with many more from centres across the county.
The Norwich-based Magdalene Group, which provides support to some of the most marginalised women and young people in society, is looking for an experienced manager to work across the organisation.
Andy Bryant shares his thoughts on the relevance of the Religion statistics in last week’s Census results, and suggests what it means to live up to the identity of being Christian.
Volunteers from Gateway Vineyard Church in Norwich have been busy packing hundreds of hampers full of Christmas food treats for refugee and other families who need a helping hand across greater Norwich.
Several churches and a theatre in the Great Yarmouth area are opening their doors to people who are struggling to heat their homes and keep warm during the cost of living crisis.
A Norwich church has launched a new community café to tackle loneliness and the cost of living crisis.
James Knight has been taking a further look at the results of the 2021 UK ten-year census which were published last week, and wonders if the media are drawing the correct conclusions.
Events of interest to the Norwich and Norfolk Christian community happening over the next few weeks are listed.
A Norwich shop which sell products from African and Caribbean and Mediterranean cultures is looking for a part-time Shop Assistant.
Demand for help from the Great Yarmouth Pathway is growing, and the charity has launched its Reverse Advent Calendar to boost necessary donations to its foodbank.
St Andrew's Church in Lowestoft is a community space providing many different types of pastoral outreach, including bacon baps at the brunch café.
Despite twice being a refugee from her home country, UEA Development graduate Erica Gateka found the boldness and strength to set up a charity helping young people in Rwanda.
The Living Room homeless charity in Great Yarmouth is seeking to recruit a Support Coordinator to join the team.
Church leaders across Norfolk have been responding to the news that an increasing number of people in England say they are not religious and less than 50% now profess to be Christians, with Norwich the second least religious city in the country.
Saltmine Theatre Company will be performing the well-know children's tale, Rapunzel at St Stephen's Church in Norwich and admission is free for children.
When his wife Jill became a Christian, car salesman Vic Ready from Taverham was determined that the same would never happen to him – then 'he was hit with a holy sledgehammer'.
James Knight has been pondering why the Creator of all things included the devil and all the consequent disruption in His perfect creation.