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As rising energy prices make it harder to heat homes, churches in Dereham are leading the way in creating warm spaces where people can go.
A group of churches in Dereham have launched an ambitious project which aims to meet needs in the town, including the provision of food and skills training.
The Green Pastures Christian bookshop in Dereham has won a national award for providing boxes of Christian books to 21 local schools.
North Breckland Youth for Christ will be putting on a mini residential camp this year to coincide with Bonfire Night.
The Fountain of Life Church in Ashill is hosting an afternoon concert in early November with classical, jazz, opera, ballads and pop classics.
On June 29 Rev’d Kyla Sørensen from St. Mary’s Church Watton received a cheque for £382 from Elaine Skinner of Breckland Funeralcare in Watton towards purchasing a new defibrillator for the town.
The Mid Norfolk food bank is calling on people to give food and other essentials to Tesco's Summer Food Appeal.
The Ignite Youth Festival of the Diocese of East Anglia returned to Swaffham this year with an extravaganza of light, sound and teenage enthusiasm.
A Ukrainian who has been living in Dereham is helping to build a welcome for her compatriots as the Baptist Church opens a new support centre.
An Overseas Missionary Fellowship prayer group in Dereham has been supporting Rebecca Penrose as she reaches out to ex-prisoners in Thailand.
Growing everyday faith is the theme of the One Big Day conference, taking place at the end of April in Dereham.
Matt Ingle has joined the team of North Breckland Youth for Christ as the New Dereham and District youth worker.
Lyn Milns from Dereham Baptist Church has been developing a Christmas wreath festival in the church and through the town.
The Fountain of Life Church in Ashill is bringing Christmas alive with an all-senses journey through the Christmas story.
As we move into a new season North Breckland Youth for Christ is finding innovative ways to engage with young people.
Green Pastures Christian bookshop in Dereham is holding a Christmas Events Week. The managers, Irene Humphrey and Helen Cockburn, explain.
Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is offering a free, three-session course that equips people with the skills they need to effectively manage their money well.
Nurturing change and growing hope as a beacon of light on a Thetford housing estate is a mission that Rev Matt Houghton wholeheartedly embraces.
Christian youthwork in Norfolk made a remarkable comeback this summer as several churches teamed up to launch the Campfire Festival.
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