Help deliver the Good News this Christmas
The Christmas edition of popular Christian newspaper Good News for Norwich & Norfolk, containing stories from across the local Christian community, has just been published online and help is needed to deliver some copies.
The latest edition of the free local Christian tabloid will be delivered to churches, Christian organisations and foodbanks across Norwich and Norfolk in the next few days.
Rev Tim Yau, Pioneer Missioner with the Diocese of Norwich, based in Cringleford, will be distributing 1,250 copies to homes across his community, including the fast-growing Round House Park development.
Tim said: “I think it is a great idea to get copies of the paper, which is packed full of local stories of faith, to homes across my community.”
If anyone would like to help Tim for a couple of hours with the home-to-home delivery, please get in touch asap at: email@example.com
or on 07964 078330.
The paper will also be reprinted inside the Norwich Evening News on Monday November 28.
You can view it online by clicking here.
Inside it you can read all about an SAS veteran who is now a Christian evangelist and plans for an addicts’ rehabilitation centre near Norwich.
There is also a details of churches offering a “warm places” and a Norwich actor who’s world view was turned upside down by playing the part of Jesus.
If you do not normally receive copies but would like a number of free copies to distribute at your church or group, please ring Alan Lusher on 07743 926884.
Download the latest e-edition of Good News for Norwich & Norfolk by clicking here
The newspaper is supplied free of charge in both digital and print format but the cost of producing and printing it is considerable. If you would like to make a donation to help cover the cost, you can make a one-off or monthly donation here. Your support would be very much appreciated and help us to go on producing the paper into the future.