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Jill Gower from the Call to Prayer ministry sees a new way of being Church as we prepare our hearts to receive the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.
A creative women’s group at Christ Church in Eaton has come together to make a ‘Quilt of Kindness’ to help people reflect on the kindness being displayed during lockdown.
A new initiative, called ‘Two’s Company’, is being launched by Oak Grove Community Church in North Norwich this week as a lifeline to those who find themselves cut off from the outside world during the Covid-19 crisis.
Rev Helen Garrard reflects on the scaled back VE-day celebrations earlier this month, but is optimistic about the re-discovery of the role of the Church in Society.
Spurgeons is recruiting a Behavioural Change Practitioner in Norwich to work on the response to domestic abuse, on behalf of SafeLives and the Norfolk County Community Safety Partnership.
Supporters of the Matthew Project in Norwich have raised over £3,000 for the Christian charity by taking part in a 21-day lockdown challenge to give something up or take up a positive activity.
The Christian charity Hope in Action is planning to expand its work to house the homeless to two more towns in Norfolk and continue despite the Covid-19 lockdown.
Members of staff at Notre Dame Catholic High School have been busy producing PPE for the NHS and other frontline workers.
The Bishop of Norwich has added his voice to those of a number of Church of England bishops who have strongly criticised Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s response following the controversial actions of his special advisor Dominic Cummings.
The Salvation Army in Great Yarmouth has been awarded a grant of £12330 to boost their coronavirus relief work in the borough during the coronavirus lockdown.
It is 400 years since the Mayflower's pioneering voyage, which saw the Pilgrims sailing to America to seek religious freedom. A Norwich author is editing a book, to be published later this year, to commemorate this anniversary.
As the lockdown restrictions begin to ease, Andy Bryant points out that we have an opportunity to rebuild society based on the values Jesus taught us.
Churches in Gorleston are coming together each evening until Pentecost to join Thy Kingdom Come - the international prayer initiative.
The churches in Martham in East Norfolk are working to provide a foodbank to meet local needs during the coronavirus crisis, but this may become permanent after the lockdown eases.
Jill Gower, Director of the Call to Prayer ministry, invites us to call down peace on families as they seek to adapt to the Government’s changing guidelines.
There are now over 240 church services being shared digitally across Norfolk and Waveney every week by the Church of England.
A Norwich Salvation Army officer is helping draw thousands of people to online church services with his popular keep-fit videos as Major Motivator.
Norwich foodbank has published its Summer 2020 newsletter with news of its Covid-19 crisis response, record numbers being fed, its tenth anniversary and items of food which are most needed.
Four Church of England schools in Norfolk have taken part in a national song initiative in time for Thank a Teacher Day on May 20.