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The Transforming Norwich (Churches Together in Greater Norwich) core team for 2017-18 is:

 
Trevor Pimlott, Soul Church
Mark Fairweather-Tall, Norwich Central Baptist Church
Phil Thorne, Alive Church

Rev Madeline Light, St Stephen’s Church
Nick Blanch, Norwich Youth for Christ
Keith Morris, Network Norwich & Norfolk
Rev Ian Dyble, St Thomas Norwich
Toby Skipper, King's Church
Julian Bryant, Christian Aid
Danny Doran-Smith, ENYP

Administrator:
Lisa Fifield


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City churches and Christian organisations are also reminded of the opportunity to make a membership donation to support Transforming Norwich.

You can download a letter here with all the information you need.
 
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2009: AUDIO REPORT: Norwich churches and Christian organisations have been challenged by Bishop Stephen Lowe to grasp the opportunities which the economic crisis will present to help provide vital welfare services.
 Future Transforming Norwich Events 
Wednesday 4 December
12:30pmTransforming Norwich – Leaders... @ Venue to be arranged
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Silent walk through Norwich speaks volumes
2009: As 200 Christians completed a silent Walk of Witness through Norwich on Good Friday, through crowds of shoppers, the only sound was that of nails being hammered into a wooden cross in front of the Forum. More ...
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Norwich churches engage with city council team
2009: Norwich City Council’s new Community Engagement Team have met with representatives of Norwich churches at the latest Transforming Norwich Dialogue group meeting in the City Hall Council Chamber on February 16. More ...
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Norwich chief opens dialogue with churches
2008: Leaders of churches and faith-based organisations in Norwich opened a dialogue with Norwich City Council Chief Executive Laura McGillivray (pictured right) at City Hall on Monday September 15. More ...
Finding £1.8m of faith funding in NorwichClick here to listen to audio
2008: Funding the Kingdom, and sharing God’s resources across new and established Christian projects, was the subject of a one-day conference organised by Transforming Norwich on Saturday June 7. More ...
John ends four years as innovative leaderClick here to listen to audio
2008: John Betts has stood down as chairman of Transforming Norwich after four years in which his innovative and refreshing leadership has brought ‘Churches Together in Greater Norwich’ into the 21st Century. More ...
Norfolk churches face up to a changing society
2007: As the church in Norfolk sees its members literally die off, top Christian researcher Dr Peter Brierley visited Norwich to help church leaders understand the impact of societal trends on their congregations. More ...
Norfolk churches challenged to stem decline
2007: Norfolk churches have been challenged to help stem a worrying decline in county-wide church attendances over the past 25 years. More ...
Churches launch new vision for future
2007: Transforming Norwich has launched a new “vision for the future” statement and logo to guide its activities and members. More ...
What would Jesus say to church in Norwich?
Norwich conference was a positive event
Churches make massive contribution to city
New Christian website for Norwich
Churches aim to help transform city
 Transforming Norwich Archive 
Bishop issues social action challenge in NorwichThis article has associated video
Silent walk through Norwich speaks volumes
Norwich churches engage with city council team
Norwich chief opens dialogue with churches
Finding £1.8m of faith funding in NorwichThis article has associated audio
John ends four years as innovative leaderThis article has associated audio
Norfolk churches face up to a changing society
Norfolk churches challenged to stem decline
Churches launch new vision for future
What would Jesus say to church in Norwich?
Norwich conference was a positive event
Churches make massive contribution to city
New Christian website for Norwich
Churches aim to help transform city