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Lady Dannatt MBE, the Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk, and the Mayor and Sheriff of Norwich were among visitors to a recent Quilt of Kindness exhibition in Norwich.
A Norwich Job Club offers friendship, peer support and community to local people seeking employment and it is based at a local church.
The Adat Yeshua Messianic Jewish congregation in Norwich are giving away clothes for free this Sunday, November 21, as part of the national Jewish Mitzva Day.
The Norwich Community Gospel Choir is fully up and running again, and welcoming new singers.
Tenants at Brakendon Close independent living community enjoyed a delicious afternoon tea in celebration of nearly ten years dedicated service by Fran Veale.
A Quilt of Kindness produced by a crafters group in Eaton will be on display in Christ Church later this month.
The Open Door Christian Fellowship in Norwich switched on its new illuminated cross which sits a top The Building in Ramsey Close.
Alpha is putting on two coffee and catch-up events at The King’s Centre in Norwich for church leaders, pastors and anyone running Alpha in the Norfolk area.
Norwich Central Debt Centre is celebrating 25 years of debt help charity Christians Against Poverty with a ‘month of hope’.
Two years after its previous festival took place, Rosebery Road Methodist Church in Norwich is once again putting on its Christmas Cribs and Trees Festival.
Last night, almost 16 years after Mount Zion Family Life church at Heartsease in Norwich burnt to the ground, 1,000 people from its successor, Soul Church, gathered to break ground on a new 1,200-seat church and community centre on the site.
Despite pandemic lockdown restrictions Norwich Youth For Christ increased its contacts with young people both in person and online in the last year.
A Norwich church has opened a new Community Money Advice Centre to offer debt advice, help with claiming benefits and financial education.
After the disconnect of the pandemic, a Norwich church is hosting a talk to relaunch the practice of extraordinary hospitality.
At least half a dozen churches across Norwich will be taking part in a UK-wide initiative to sound their bells on the eve of the COP26 summit.
More than 200,000 people have visited Dippy at Norwich Cathedral and, ahead of the iconic dinosaur’s final week, emergency services workers were last night treated to a special preview of the Dippy at Night farewell spectacle.
To mark COP26, St Peter Mancroft Church in Norwich will host a screening of 'Thank you for the Rain' in partnership with Christian Aid.
St Francis Day was especially important for the tiny church of St Francis, which nestles at the heart of the Heartsease parish in Norwich.
St Stephen’s Church in Norwich will be hosting a production by Artless Theatre Company called 'If Prison Walls Could Speak'.
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