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The Matthew Project has formed a new partnership with the NHS to support armed forces veterans who are experiencing mental health problems.
After spending most of the last four years studying at the Pontifical Beda College in Rome, Deacon Michael Smith was ordained a priest in the Catholic Diocese of East Anglia on Saturday July 3.
Twelve people were ordained Deacons and six ordained as Priests over three socially-distanced services in Norwich Anglican Cathedral on June 26 and 27.
The Rt Revd Dr Jane Steen has been consecrated as Bishop of Lynn in front of 250 people at Norwich Cathedral. She is the first woman bishop in Norfolk and Waveney and the first suffragan bishop to have been consecrated in Norwich Cathedral.
The missionary organisation OMF is putting on a training event for Christian youth workers and their friends.
A new waymarked walking route between Norwich and Walsingham is being launched to celebrate the tradition of pilgrimage.
Representatives of 23 charities gathered at Norwich Cathedral for the launch of a 375-mile fundraising walking challenge.
Fiona Gosden has moved to Norfolk to take up a role with a local organisation. As a wheelchair user she urges Norfolk churches to consider how welcoming and accessible they really are.
Rev Nick Garrard is walking 300,000 steps in May to raise money for Christian Aid, and help communities impacted by climate change.
The Norfolk founder of a Christian charity helping vulnerable people in slum communities in south India has spoken of her fears with the rising Covid-19 crisis in the country.
An historic first-ever female bishop in Norfolk has been named today as the Ven Dr Jane Steen, who is to become the next Bishop of Lynn.
One hundred years ago, a Christian revival started in Lowestoft and swept across East Anglia, and a Briston man is telling the story in a series of videos.
Two Norfolk churches and a Christian conference centre have received part of almost £5m worth of government grants to be given out to arts and heritage groups across Norfolk.
In spite of the pandemic, the Julian Centre in Norwich is moving steadily forward with plans to create a renewed centre of prayer, education and hospitality as it prepares for the 650th anniversary of the Shewings in 2023.
As the Rt Rev Alan Hopes, Bishop of East Anglia, blessed the oils at the Chrism Mass, he spoke of how they were a powerful sign of the Lord’s presence among us.
Supporters of YMCA Norfolk have raised over £4,000 in aid of youth homelessness by sleeping in cardboard boxes, bathtubs, on kitchen floors, in warehouses and in gardens as part of national Sleep Easy event 2021.
A dozen historic Norfolk churches have benefited to the tune of £67,000 for vital repairs thanks to the latest round of grants from the Norfolk Churches Trust.
Norfolk Churches Trust has warmly welcomed an extension to a VAT tax concession until March 2022.
YMCA Norfolk is asking you to give up your own bed for one night to join with hundreds of others in a nationwide Sleep Easy event to raise money for and awareness of youth homelessness.
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