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New manager needed at Norfolk's Horstead Centre
The Horstead Centre, which provides residential and day outdoor activities and is part of the Diocese of Norwich, is looking to appoint a new Centre Manager to build on its successful 50-year track record. More ...
Families and Youth Pastor  
Chapel Field Road Methodist Church, Norwich is seeking to appoint a Pastor to establish and develop a pastoral relationship with children, youth, and families in the community served by the church. More ...
Destiny 2: Norwich-based discipleship course
Norwich-based group Call to Prayer is holding a six week discipleship course to help people to explore their destiny and calling. More ...
Heaven in health conference held in Norfolk 
Imagine Jesus as a hospital porter, a GP or a nurse. What would happen? Welcome to the world of Heaven in Healthcare, where anything is possible. More ...
Non-stop worship to launch Yarmouth Burn 24/7
All are invited to four hours of non-stop worship on Saturday to launch Burn 24-7 in Great Yarmouth. More ...
New book tells of God’s promises for Norfolk
A retired Norfolk vicar has published a compilation of stories, prophesies and challenges, urging prayer for spiritual revival in the county. More ...
Heartbeat gives invitation to arise and shine 
Carrying God's glory and beauty to a broken world is the theme of the next Heartbeat meeting, which will take place on Friday February 28. More ...
Matthew Hutton appointed a new Deputy Lieutenant of Norfolk 
Lady Dannatt, HM Lord-Lieutenant of Norfolk, has appointed Matthew Hutton, Pastor at St Barnabas in Norwich, as one of eleven new Deputy Lieutenants. More ...
YMCA community hub work begins as appeal tops £1m
Construction of an old hall set to be transformed into a vital community hub by YMCA Norfolk has begun, just as fundraising efforts surpass £1m. More ...
South Norfolk church objects to housing plan
A South Norfolk church has objected to plans to build over 40 retirement homes on the site of a former social club in Harleston after it was denied the chance to turn it into a community venue. More ...
Look after each other and planet Earth
Philip Young is urging a radical response to what many believe is a climate change emergency. More ...
West Norfolk churches show the way with tree planting
Churches Together in King’s Lynn have launched a project called West Norfolk Trees of Hope to encourage large-scale tree planting. More ...
Latest Norfolk Christian community events
Take a look at these events of interest to the Norfolk Christian community including Snowdrop Sundays, Unlock the Bible, indoor beach party and Nurturing Creativity More ...
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A night in the cloisters raises thousands for homeless
A team of fundraisers swapped their warm beds for the stone cold floor of Norwich Cathedral’s Cloisters last Friday to raise thousands of pounds for Norwich charity St Martins. More ...
Norwich Cathedral Family Fun Day
Who do you think is a Super Hero? A family fun day is set for Norwich Cathedral on February 18 during half term. More ...
Salvation Detective investigates Mayflower voyage
Former police sergeant and now “Salvation Detective” Tony Francis spoke to a Norwich audience recently of how he has used his sleuthing skills to unravel the spiritual heritage of the USA. More ...
Who Cares Mission offers evangelism training day 
Who Cares Mission will be organising a training event in March for anyone who wants to share the Gospel with their community. More ...
Events mark 600th anniversary of Norwich medieval poet
St Stephen’s Church in Norwich will be holding a nine month long series of events to mark the 600th anniversary of the death of the late-medieval poet and priest, Richard Caister, starting on February 19. More ...
David Lloyd to speak at Holt worship celebration
“Growing the Garden” is the theme for an evening with Norwich vicar, Dave Lloyd, who will be speaking at the North Norfolk Filling Station meeting in Holt on February 24. More ...
Norwich exhibition marks huge impact of YMCA
An exhibition which marks the enormous impact of the YMCA across the world over its 175-year history has arrived in Norwich as part of a nation-wide tour. More ...
Rise Up women's conference returns to Norwich
50 Women's World Day of Prayer events in Norfolk 
Join Spurgeons domestic abuse team in Norwich
Yare Valley Filling Station set to relaunch
Sheringham indoor beach party outreach
Eldred is new editor as Jenny moves to Wales
Fundraising April Amble for Norwich Christian centre 
Christian adventure weekend on North Norfolk coast
Family and Community Worker roles at Meadow Way Chapel
Hillsong London worship team at Norwich church
Norfolk bishops' sorrow over civil partnerships guidance
The emancipation of women – 100 years on
Homeless weekend set for Norwich Cathedral 
Conference offers help with rural church planting
Norwich church hosts leadership training day
Evening discussion at Revelation on the subject of hope 
2020 vision evening for East Norfolk Youth For Christ
Norwich safeguarding survivors urged to come forward
Norwich Foodbank gives out 12,000 food parcels in a year
Waveney Foodbank opens second warehouse
Comedy night at Great Yarmouth church
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