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The Diocese of Norwich has announced the appointment of Richard Cranmer as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of its St Benet’s Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) and Robert Connelly as Headteacher of Archbishop Sancroft High School (ASHS).
Ruth Lilley has been de-cluttering, and has discovered new benefits as a result.
Boris Johnson and Kier Starmer have paid tribute to churches across the country for their efforts in responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
Reed People, a Sheringham-based charity which works in an area of Uganda called Lumpewe to promote education, health, and community, has launched an urgent appeal for funds to feed that community during the coronavirus crisis.
Hundreds of people turned up in their cars for a drive-through prayer session at Soul Church in Norwich on Sunday afternoon.
Last night the government released guidelines which will allow places of worship across Norfolk to re-open from Saturday July 4.
Customers enjoying pizza from a Norwich restaurant will now be able to relax in the grounds of a nearby church.
YMCA Norfolk is looking for a Housing Engagement Worker and a Pathways Engagement Worker, both based in Norwich.
David Patey responds to last week’s opinion column by James Knight entitled ‘Christians should rise above identity politics’ and shares his thoughts on our relationships with each other.
Plagues and pandemics have afflicted human societies throughout the ages. Read the report on Professor Bob White's talk on the pandemic from a scientific and theological perspective.
Revelation, the Christian resource centre for Norwich, is set to open its doors again to the public from July 1.
Norfolk Healing Rooms, which offers free ministry for the sick in body, mind and spirit, is continuing its service through Zoom and offering free taster prophetic evenings.
From refugee resettlement to making face masks for NHS staff, Mothers’ Union members in Norfolk are helping to provide vital community services.
The Methodist Church is seeking to appoint two dynamic and caring people to fill important lay positions within the Norwich Methodist Circuit.
During the last few months during the Covid-19 outbreak ENYP has been unable to deliver its usual programme of clubs and activities, and instead has looked at ways to continue to engage with thousands of children, young people and their families.
The newly restored church bells and frame are waiting to return to All Saints, Upper Sheringham, but a final push is needed to raise the remaining funds needed to prepare the church tower for their return.
The King's Lynn Debt Centre, which is a partnership between local churches and Christians Against Poverty (CAP), is seeking a part-time coach.
Jane Walters reflects on the importance of home, and considers what that means for a Christian.
In this week’s prayers, Jill Gower invites us to look to the Word of God as the source of all truth, and to trust that He is able to carry us through.