Network Norfolk helps keep people connected in virus outbreak
At this important time, the Network Norfolk website will continue to share news of the local Christian community and to help with the vital role of keeping people connected.
Our purpose remains to build up the local Christian community by sharing news stories, opportunities to support people and testimonies of those who take action inspired by their Christian faith, along with your alternative ways of doing church for the next few months.
Sign up for weekly enews bulletin
One of the best ways for you to keep in touch with the local Christian community is to visit regularly and to sign up for our weekly enews bulletin.
We will continue to send our weekly enewsletter with a summary of stories for the week. If you don’t receive it or know someone who you think would appreciate receiving this, please ask them to email firstname.lastname@example.org with their full name and email address to subscribe.
Send us a story
Our team of four – Keith, Helen, Tony and Eldred are already used to working from home to write and edit the stories for the website and invite contributions from the Christian community . If you have a story for us please email email@example.com
Connect digitally with local churches
We have already published a guide to Norfolk churches that are putting their services online.
If your church needs help to do this, the Church of England have written a series of webinars to look at different ways your church can use digital communications to keep connected with those who attend your services and events, as well as reaching out and caring for those in your local community. Click here to see it.
If you are able to and would like to support our site in keeping connections open please see below for ways of doing so.