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A Norwich church has opened a new Community Money Advice Centre to offer debt advice, help with claiming benefits and financial education.
Members of Lighthouse Community Church in Sheringham gathered one Sunday in October to plant daffodil bulbs at various locations in Sheringham as part of programme of activities aimed at serving the local community.
Charlie Houlder-Moat from the Diocese of Norwich Mission Enablers Team has written a Wild Church Toolkit to explore Christian spirituality and mission in the natural world.
Christian retirement home, Quebec Hall, near Dereham in Mid Norfolk, is looking to add three staff to enhance its team.
After the disconnect of the pandemic, a Norwich church is hosting a talk to relaunch the practice of extraordinary hospitality.
Emmaus Norfolk and Waveney is celebrating a decade of supporting people out of homelessness with a day of celebrations on Saturday October 30 at its Ditchingham Community and everyone is invited.
The Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society will be performing Haydn’s Creation in Cromer Church next month, which will be their first concert performance for two years.
At least half a dozen churches across Norwich will be taking part in a UK-wide initiative to sound their bells on the eve of the COP26 summit.
Muddy Puddles Nursery, part of YMCA Norfolk, welcomed new nursery children in April 2021 and has since been rapidly expanding and gaining a brilliant reputation. It now needs to expand its childcare team.
Great Yarmouth Minster is one of a number of churches nationally which has been awarded £10,000 to take part in a programme exploring the relationship between science and faith.
More than 200,000 people have visited Dippy at Norwich Cathedral and, ahead of the iconic dinosaur’s final week, emergency services workers were last night treated to a special preview of the Dippy at Night farewell spectacle.
In his two previous articles, Nigel Fox asked if we had an adequate view of Jesus is, challenging some of our preconceptions, and then explained why he believes that Jesus is now angry with the world. His final column in this trilogy is a call to action.
Following last year's hugely successful and entertaining event the Trustees of Revelation will be holding another six hour 'MusicOn' marathon fundraising event at St Michael at Plea Church on Saturday October 30 between 10am - 4pm.
Four Norfolk churches have received Historic England grants for repairs.
The Friends of Julian of Norwich present 'Visions of Salvation', a two day in-person and online retreat taking place on October 29 and 30.
To mark COP26, St Peter Mancroft Church in Norwich will host a screening of 'Thank you for the Rain' in partnership with Christian Aid.
Norwich Christian musician Ben Lawrence is producing an album which talks openly about the loss of his twin brother Dan to cancer and the hope he has since found. Here he shares the vision.
How many of your friends have walked in space, been a pop star, served time for murder, raised the dead…? asks Norwich FGB branch president Barrie Lawrence.
In an open lecture on Monday October 25, Dr Justine Huxley will talk on the subject “Climate and conflict: bridging our divisions for the sake of the Earth”. This will focus on the social implications of the climate emergency in many parts of the world.