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2010: A second Archbishop within a few days is set to visit Norwich to officially open a brand new Romanian Orthodox parish in one of the city’s oldest church buildings.
2010: A very modern adaptation of the Nativity story of the birth of Jesus has been written by a young Norwich student and is set to be performed this Christmas.
2010: A Norwich church is set to launch a new befriending community to support local people with health issues. It follows on from other groups already launched to create mission communities centered around families and the over 55s.
2010: A thriving Norwich evangelical church hopes to move into a new 300-capacity Chapel next year, as part of the £100m regeneration plans for the Anglia Square shopping centre, and increase its community engagement at the same time.
2010: Work has begun to transform a Norwich church into a warm, welcoming community space to be used throughout the week by groups and organisations from the local estate.
The angelic sounds of the CK Gospel Choir reverberated around the rafters of Norwich Playhouse on October 28, fresh from their semi-final success on Sky1 talent show Must be the Music.
2010: Work has been completed on a new worship and conference centre seating 250 for Witard Road Baptist Church in Thorpe St Andrew, Norwich, to allow the growing fellowship to expand its activities and services.
2010: Trevor Scott, the man credited with bringing a Norwich Christian drop-in centre into the 21st century has just retired after 16 years.
2010: Two Norwich churches are celebrating after major work has been completed to leaking roofs and damaged buildings after attacks by lead thieves and the weather.
2010: A Norwich Christian couple tell of how God helped them overcome personal trauma when their first marriages fell apart and of their recommitment to Him years later.
2010: An amazing eight-man bike is set to take to the roads of Norfolk in the next few weeks, using pedal power to help raise much-needed cash for children in a Bulgarian orphanage.
2010: The Lord Mayor of Norwich has given his backing to Norwich Christian charity STEP, whose mission is to create a safe environment for vulnerable women and to help rebuild broken lives.
2010: A Norwich church is set to divide its congregation up into mission communities of 50 people each, focusing on families, the over 55s and social justice as the start of a move away from a more traditional form of church.
2010: Norwich-based newspaper graphic designer James Paton is giving up his job after 17 years to become a Baptist Minister in Ipswich, just beating his identical twin brother Scott, also a newspaper graphic designer, to the same ambition.
2010: Two very different Norwich churches have come together for a joint meeting with one purpose: to share their love for God and love for God’s people.
2010: After months of knitting by hundreds of people across Norfolk, including church groups and individuals, a giant rainbow scarf was displayed from the balcony of Norwich City Hall this weekend to mark Norwich Pride.
2010: More than 40 church and ministry leaders in Norwich have come together for the launch of Unite, a prayer initiative, in the hope of “heralding a new day for our city and region.”
2010: A new branch of the Mothers Union has been set up by Norfolk Christian Suzanne Barnett to serve the people of the Wroxham area with friendship and prayer.
2010: The Salvation Army’s Norwich Citadel is to welcome new leaders. Majors Ian and Sally McBride will be officially installed in a special service at 10.30am on Sunday 1st August 2010 at the church in St Giles Street.
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