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Staff at a care home in Griston helped a resident to break the power of an alcohol addiction which set him on a journey into the waters of baptism. Kyla Sorenson tells the story.
A family atmosphere with free drinks and cakes once again awaits lonely people in King’s Lynn as the Welcome Inn reopens its doors.
In a year when many churches remained closed, the King’s Glory Church in King’s Lynn opened a new centre on an industrial estate.
A group of Christian leaders in Norfolk is inviting churches to help launch a prayer group for the Armed Forces.
After serving for fourteen years as Pastor at Cornerstone King`s Lynn Baptist Church, Kevan Crane has taken on a new role serving the homeless. He explains his unusual journey of faith.
A Methodist minister in Heacham became a radio DJ after coming across a leaflet in a shop window. Rev Steve Oliver tells his story and invites you to tune in.
James Hawksworth, who has been leading the Church Army Centre of Mission in King’s Lynn, is among those recently made redundant by the Diocese of Norwich.
The Church in the Woottons will be holding week-long art exhibition to celebrate coming out of Covid restrictions.
A patient at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn decided to start a Mother’s Union project there. Eunice Norwood tells her story.
The Church Times has paid tribute to Dr Herbert Karrach, who for 25 years was a minister at Snettisham, and died recently in Nepal aged 96.
King’s Lynn vicar Rev Becca Rogers has set up a fundraising campaign to help people in low-income countries access the Covid vaccine.
This winter the King’s Lynn Night Shelter has turned into a 24-hour shelter with guests in individual rooms.
With the continuing challenges to health workers, the Gateway Church in King’s Lynn is organising a Bless Our NHS service. Pastor Andy Moyle explains.
The Way church in Hunstanton has created a bursary scheme to help Christian students in Norfolk get experience of foreign mission.
A member of Eternity Church in Downham Market is at the centre of a campaign to ensure that no local children go hungry this Christmas.
The CAP Debt Centre in King’s Lynn is encouraging people from local congregations to pack a hamper or sponsor a children's toy for Christmas this year.
The Christian Aid group in King’s Lynn has come up with some artistic ways of making Christmas cards. Rev Heather Berry tells the story.
For young people in King's Lynn already facing challenges, the pandemic has been the last straw. Church Army officer James Hawksworth has found a way to respond where the need is most acute.
James Nash from The Woottons “thought people would be more nervous than they actually were,” and has had to adapt his plans to deal with unexpected demand.
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