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“Not Ashamed” is the theme of a day of teaching, worship and ministry to be held at Lighthouse Community Church in Sheringham in October, and folk from any church are welcome to come along.
The Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association, the Norfolk Young Farmers’ Clubs and Norwich Cathedral are teaming up with Nourishing Norfolk to both celebrate Norfolk agriculture and food and to collect food donations for those in need.
The Bishop of Norwich has called on Christians across the country to be a prophetic voice protesting against what he has called the Government’s “huge assault on nature and international environmental commitments”.
The Belsey Bridge Residential Centre in South Norfolk is set to close its doors within weeks after a three-year strategic review into the future direction of the Christian Conference Trust which runs it.
Wroxham Hub United Reform Church have opened their doors in welcome to Norfolk Healing Rooms once a month, when guests are invited to come for healing ministry between 8-9pm for physical, mental, spiritual and relational issues.
New beginnings were the theme of a conference led by Pete Gillett, which took place on Saturday at Thrigby Mill in east Norfolk.
King’s Lynn Minster is hosting a series of events to celebrate the 650th anniversary of the town’s medieval pilgrim and author.
Regular contributor Jane Walters has been recalling her youth, and thanks God for His faithful leading during her life.
St Mary Magdalene Church in Gorleston has reached the finals of the National Church awards 2022, in the category for Church and Community Volunteers.
TimeNorfolk celebrated the opening of their new Norwich hub doubling their capacity for face to face support sessions for people affected by pregnancy loss in the Norwich area.
Local Christian artist Charlotte Ashenden has an exhibition at St Peter Mancroft Church running up until October 14.
As we are in the midst of the Harvest Festival season, when many churches hold services of harvest thanksgiving, Kevin Gotts shares a harvest-time tale with us.
YMCA Norfolk is looking for an Executive Assistant to join its corporate team and a Social Media and Communications Officer. Both posts are Norwich-based.
Former Sheriff of Norwich and CEO of YMCA Norfolk, John Drake, is keen to show that there is life after retirement and to use his close 43-year connections in Jerusalem and the Holy Land with his Boundary Breakers travel and education project.
YMCA Norfolk is looking for two new directors to enable it to grow its provision of accommodation alongside its Early Years and communities work.
How do you lead a church where the community you’re trying to serve and reach out to are deciding whether to ‘heat’ or ‘eat’? What does ‘good news’ look like for people on the economic margins?
St Andrews Methodist Church are combining their annual flower festival with their harvest festival weekend this year, and all are warmly invited to come along.
Canon Gill Butterworth CJN will be leading a Julian retreat at St John’s Timberhill in Norwich on the theme of ‘Comfort and Courtesie’.
Miracles can happen – or can they? Around 130 people gathered in Norwich Cathedral to hear leading scientist Professor Sir Colin Humphreys explore how science can fit with Biblical miracles.