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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.
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.
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.
A Norwich educational charity, set up in memory of a Norwich Anglican priest, to support students from a Palestinian refugee camp, is inviting people to support its Christmas appeal – to be launched on November 29.
Imagine the Bible being brought to life for your church community and their friends - in an inspiring solo word-for-word dramatisation. Norfolk churches are invited to book a performance for 2023.
An independent Church Buildings Commission team is compiling a report on the future sustainability of Anglican church buildings across Norfolk and Waveney so they can be better utilised today and in the future and it wants to hear your views on the issue.
The Bishop of Thetford, the Rt Revd Dr Alan Winton is due to retire next year. Bishop Alan has been the Bishop of Thetford for nearly 14 years. He was ordained as a priest in 1992, and has served the church in London, Hertfordshire and Norfolk.
YMCA Norfolk’s annual celebration and award ceremony returned to the stage on Thursday November 17 – where an audience of 180 joined the charity to celebrate their inspiring young people, clients, staff and volunteers.
A free online workshop will be held next week to give guidance and share experiences for groups working to help those struggling with food insecurity.
Bishop Graham is publishing daily prayers on social media for the current COP27 climate conference, and is asking all to join.
The Salvation Army has launched their new Christmas appeal across Norfolk which, this year, has evolved from the much-loved Toys and Tins appeal.
Christian addiction charity Teen Challenge London is planning to turn Drayton Hall near Norwich into its headquarters and a rehabilitation centre for men, after it was gifted the freehold of the hall by its owner, the Lind Trust.
Green Pastures Christian Bookshop in Dereham has won a national award for providing boxes of books to 21 local schools.
Rev Canon Peter Collins, a priest of the Archdiocese of Cardiff, has been appointed as the fifth Bishop of East Anglia by Pope Francis, with an announcement made today at both the Vatican in Rome and at St John’s Cathedral in Norwich.
The United Reformed Church is marking its Golden Jubilee (50 years) and all are invited to join a celebratory service and tea on Sunday October 9, at 3pm at Ipswich Road URC in Norwich.
The Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association, the Norfolk Young Farmers’ Clubs and Norwich Cathedral are teaming up with Nourishing Norfolk to both celebrate Norfolk agriculture and food and to collect food donations for those in need.
The Belsey Bridge Residential Centre in South Norfolk is set to close its doors within weeks after a three-year strategic review into the future direction of the Christian Conference Trust which runs it.
More than 1,000 people from across Norfolk paid tribute to HM The Queen at a special service at Norwich Cathedral last night.
Civic and ecumenical guests were among a congregation of over 350 people who joined Bishop Alan Hopes for a Solemn Diocesan Requiem Mass for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at St John’s Cathedral in Norwich earlier today.
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