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The young people at Lighthouse Community Church in Sheringham have been celebrating Easter virtually this year, using on-line gaming to tell the Easter story.
Lady Dannatt, the Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk, joined a requiem Mass for Prince Philip which was celebrated by the Bishop of East Anglia, the Rt Rev Alan Hopes, at St John’s Cathedral.
A Parliamentary Inquiry into Religious Literacy in Print and Broadcast Media published today concluded that religious literacy is essential for anyone who seeks to understand UK society, and has been backed by Network Norfolk.
The Spring edition of the popular Christian newspaper Good News for Norwich and Norfolk will be published at the end of April and free copies are available to churches across the county.
Christian homeless charity Hope Into Action (HIA) UK celebrated their 10 year anniversary last year, and celebrated by opening a new house in Gorleston, with another expected to open in Sheringham later this year.
Ray Simpson, the founding pastor of the ecumenical church in Bowthorpe, has published an autobiography called Monk in the Marketplace.
The Norwich-based Soul Foundation has now delivered two million meals since the pandemic began.
Carol Holmes explains some of the blessings she has discovered during the lockdown wilderness of the last year.
Liz Wiggins has been appointed as the new chairperson of the Matthew Project, opening a fresh chapter in the history of the Norfolk-based charity.
The Matthew Project is looking to appoint an On Track Team Manager, based in Norwich.
Over the last year, churches in the Eaton area of Norwich have been distributing activity bags to local families, with an ever-increasing uptake.
Two Norfolk churches and a Christian conference centre have received part of almost £5m worth of government grants to be given out to arts and heritage groups across Norfolk.
Thomas Abbott, from the Norwich-based charity Care for Children, is walking 200,000 steps to raise money for his charity.
Green Pastures Christian Bookshop in Dereham is now open and selling books, cards and DVDs from 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday.
Hope Into Action is seeking someone who will provide a Holy-Spirit reliant spiritual perspective ranging from an organisational level to city teams and individual staff.
A Norwich church pastor has revealed that he exchanged letters of good wishes with the Duke of Edinburgh while he was being treated at the King Edward VII Hospital in London, less than a month before the Duke’s death on April 9.
The self-catering Garden Apartment is a new direction for the Quiet Waters Christian Retreat Centre on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, and is aimed at those seeking a longer break.
YMCA Norfolk is looking for Catering Assistants for its new Williams' Kitchen community cafe in Norwich.
Church and Christian leaders across Norfolk have been paying their own tributes to His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, following his death at Windsor Castle on Friday morning, at the age of 99.