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The Matthew Project Charity is hosting a day in the Bishop’s garden in Norwich with music, activities for children and refreshments.
John Pinnington, a former headteacher of Notre Dame, is cycling from St David’s to Lowestoft with a friend to raise money for the homelessness project Emmaus.
Former RAF intelligence officer Tom Eagles who, with his wife Charlotte, has planted a church in Coventry, has been appointed as the new vicar at St Thomas Norwich (STN) and the Mitre Benefice in the city.
The Norwich-based Call to Prayer ministry is encouraging people to join a National Day of Prayer on Pentecost Sunday, which will be led online by Jonathan Oloyede.
At the end of May Norwich Youth for Christ is putting on a 24-hour Gameathon and raising sponsorship for the ministry.
Choral Evensong on the Eve of the Funeral of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh took place at Norwich Cathedral at 6pm on Friday 16 April.
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.
The Norwich-based Soul Foundation has now delivered two million meals since the pandemic began.
Over the last year, churches in the Eaton area of Norwich have been distributing activity bags to local families, with an ever-increasing uptake.
Thomas Abbott, from the Norwich-based charity Care for Children, is walking 200,000 steps to raise money for his charity.
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.
Local debt centre Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is celebrating Easter by giving packs of treats to the families they support.
Choristers at Norwich Cathedral enjoyed some royal assistance with the naming of a new society to support music at the Cathedral.
Online gaming, 1-1 support and youth cafes are just some of the activities Norwich Youth for Christ have been running over the past year and were presented at the charity’s online showcase.
St Francis Church, Heartsease, Norwich, took part in the banner drop and twitter storm in support of the Climate and Emergency Bill earlier today
St Andrew’s Church in Norwich city centre is inviting workers in the City to a lunchtime Maundy Thursday service next to Cinema City in St Andrew’s Street.
A new YMCA Norfolk Community Hub on Aylsham Road in Norwich has been dedicated by the Bishop of Norwich in the run-up to its grand opening.
Surrey Chapel, Norwich has launched live-streamed services and digital content, thanks to a generous Hope Beyond grant from Allchurches Trust.
The Bishop of Norwich and his wife are opening their garden to raise money for charity, and for the public to visit this peaceful oasis in the middle of our fine city.
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