Be the first to read the Autumn Good News

The Autumn edition of popular Christian newspaper Good News for Norwich & Norfolk, containing stories from across the local Christian community, has just been published online.

GNFNHarvest20Full450The latest edition of the free local Christian tabloid will be delivered to churches and Christian organisations across Norwich and Norfolk in the next couple of days.

And copies will also be included in up to 1,300 food parcels delivered by Norwich, Cromer, Waveney and Wymondham foodbanks over the coming month.

Churches are being asked to deliver any spare copies to homes near their building if they will not all be used by church members.

It will also be reprinted inside Monday's (September 14) Norwich Evening News. 

You can view it online by clicking here

You can read all about how Norfolk churches responding to the Covid-19 lockdown, feeding hundreds of hungry families every week.

There is a special report on the project which drew together stories of churches in action.

The digital future for Norfolk churches is explored as 92% revealed they had gone online earlier this year and most were planning to still have a digital version of their services into the future.

A dozen Norfolk connections to the brave Mayflower pilgrims of 400 years ago, who helped to shape the future United States of America, are explored and an East Norfolk pastor who helped to create a family refuge in Malawi is interviewed.

If you do not normally receive copies but would like a number of free copies to distribute at your church or group, please ring Alan Lusher on 07743 926884.  

Download the latest e-edition of Good News for Norwich & Norfolk by clicking here

The newspaper is supplied free of charge in both digital and print format but the cost of producing and printing it is considerable. If you would like to make a donation to help cover the cost, you can make a one-off or monthly donation here. Your support would be very much appreciated and help us to go on producing the paper into the future.


Keith Morris, 10/09/2020

Published: 10/09/2020
Keith Morris