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What users say about our website

“The website is one place that has the ability to bring all churches together.

“It breaks denominational boundaries and is a one-stop shop for Christian networking, sharing and equipping across Norfolk.

"Without it I would have little idea what is happening beyond my own church community.”

"It is a great way to keep up with the bigger picture of what God is doing across the Body of Christ in Norwich/Norfolk. it enables good communication and networking across the denominations. It gives a way to get God's stories out to a wide audience."

 

What is Network Norwich & Norfolk?

NNNlaptop400Network Norwich & Norfolk is a portal website set up to help improve communications and connections within the Christian community in and around Norwich and Norfolk.

We can offer you and your church, project or organisation various services to help your ministry. You can find out more by exploring the website, but some of the services we offer include 

 
Services for churches 
 
The site contains several elements which you may find of use: a church directory where a dedicated page contains a brief introduction to your church and what it offers together with a link to your own website (if you do not have a website we can help to create one for you).

We can also help you to publicise any news you have, events or training you are holding which are of interest to the wider church community and any job vacancies or volunteer opportunities you wish to fill.

To take advantage of this free service you simply need to appoint a web champion who can help us to work with you, and then get them to contact the Network Norwich & Norfolk publisher Keith Morris, or ring 07712 787762, to get things going. 
 

 

Services for Christian projects or organisations:
 
The site contains several elements which you may find of use: a Norwich & Norfolk Christian projects directory where a dedicated page contains a brief introduction to your project/organisation and what it offers together with a link to your own website (if you do not have a website we can help to create one for you).

We can also help you to publicise any news you have, events or training you are holding which are of interest to the wider church community, any resources or services which you can offer or advertise any job vacancies or volunteer opportunities you wish to fill.

To take advantage of this free service you simply need to appoint a web champion who can help us to work with you, and then get them to contact the Network Norwich & Norfolk publisher Keith Morris, or ring 07712 787762, to get things going.

If you want to take full advantage of our service, you can also have you own dedicated section of the website, by becoming a Network Norwich & Norfolk partner.
 
Services for businesses:
 
We have set up a Christian businesses and classified directory on this site which enables you to advertise your goods or services to the wider Christian community, primarily in the Norwich and Norfolk area, though of course anyone with internet access can view this site.

If you would like to add your business to this directory, then e-mail Keith Morris or ring 07712 787762 for more details of what services are available and the cost.
 
Supporting Network Norwich & Norfolk?
 
If you would like to make a donation to enable the Network Norwich & Norfolk website to continue its ministry to help the Norwich & Norfolk Christian community work together more closely and effectively, then send a cheque, made out to "Network Norwich", to Network Norwich & Norfolk, Pear Tree Farmhouse, Wymondham Road, Wreningham, Norwich NR161 1AT.

If you would like to help with the website or have any comments on how we might improve it, please e-mail them to the website editor

Who we are

Network Norwich is a trading name of Dreams & Visions, part of registered charity The Christian Community Trust for Norwich & Norfolk  [no. 1105340] and private company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales [no. 5079406] with a registered office at 24 Golden Dog Lane, Norwich, Norfolk. NR3 1BP.

Publishing Guidelines  

Making a complaint


Network Norfolk promises to look into complaints about items we have published which are within our control.  We adhere to the Standards Code adopted by IMPRESS and can only deal with complaints which relate to an alleged breach of the standards set out in this Code.

Click here to find out how to make a complaint.

Please note our terms and conditions when using the website.

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 About us 
This month marks the thirteenth anniversary of the Network Norwich and Norfolk website launch and we want to give our readers the opportunity to express their support for the service we provide.
Are you prepared to support the work and journalism of the Network Norwich and Norfolk website for just £1 a week?
A new closer partnership between the Network Norfolk website and the long-established Christian tabloid newspaper Good News for Norwich and Norfolk has been launched to the benefit of readers and advertisers of both publications.
The Network Norfolk website, and its sister newspaper Good News for Norwich and Norfolk, have signed an agreement with independent press regulator IMPRESS to help ensure the quality of their work and put in place a robust complaints procedure.
Useful Norfolk Christian websites to visit
We'll send you weekly email newsletters including all the news and events of interest to the Christian community in Norfolk
The Network Norwich and Norfolk website has set a new record for visitors to the well-established Christian community news website.
Network Norwich and Norfolk has announced that Jenny Seal is returning to the team as Content Editor with specific responsibility for the Mid Norfolk and West Norfolk regional sections of the website.
The Network Norwich and Norfolk website is set to mark a decade of serving the local Christian community this year and has a number of initiatives planned to celebrate the achievement including news features, media training events and an awards event.
Churches, Christian organisations and scores of individuals across Norfolk have responded very generously once again to the Network Norfolk 100 Friends Appeal which has now closed for a further year.