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A project to provide a meal and activities for local families has just been started by Lighthouse Community Church in Sheringham.
Kingsgate Community Church in Yarmouth has re-started their Hot Food Hub, providing free hot meals for local people in need.
Christian youth project ENYP is offering Norwich churches the chance to join its successful food poverty initiative and receive Christmas food hampers to give out.
Gateway Vineyard church in Norwich is giving 150 food hampers to individuals and families across the city as part of the Love Christmas initiative.
Network Norfolk is looking to highlight the innovative things which Norfolk churches and projects have learnt during the Covid-19 pandemic – new ways to worship, creative ways to engage with and serve their communities and reach them with the Gospel.
Norwich foodbank has just marked a full year of delivering emergency food parcels direct to people in need across the city to help them cope with the Covid-19 pandemic.
A Gorleston vicar who was awarded a British Empire Medal (BEM) in the Queen’s Birthday 2020 Honours List, has been explaining how he came to be in Gorleston and about some of the work taking place in his community.
Teaming up with supermarket Morrisons to deliver pizza-making kits to local families in Catton, Norwich, over half-term, was just the latest in a pandemic-long series of initiatives by Oak Grove Community Church to help vulnerable people.
Foodbanks across Norfolk have seen large increases in the numbers of families needing crisis food support during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Members at Carleton Rode Baptist church in South Norfolk handed out 260 lunch packs as well as 50 family wellness packs during the school half-term break.
A Norwich hospital chaplain has responded to the call for former NHS staff to return to help during the Covid-19 pandemic, 20 years after he was last part of the hospital chaplaincy team.
Hope Community Church in Wymondham is celebrating two awards in the recent South Norfolk Community Awards 2020 - the Lifetime Community Hero for Elisabeth Louis and runner-up in the Community Group of the Year.
A new Thetford church, launched during the pandemic, has boxes and boxes of children’s clothes which it wants help to give to vulnerable families in the town.
St Mary Magdalene in Gorleston put on a socially-distanced Christmas Day lunch for those who would otherwise have been alone.
In the lead-up to Christmas Norfolk Christian charity ENYP has been working to distribute thousands of food and toy hampers to vulnerable families.
The Salvation Army has shared Christmas joy with 6,766 vulnerable people across Norfolk, including 3,810 children who will have presents to open on Christmas Day thanks to its annual Toys and Tins Appeal.
Gateway Vineyard church in Norwich and Beccles has teamed up with a number of local agencies to make sure almost 200 hampers packed with food and toys find their way to vulnerable families and deserving NHS workers this Christmas.
As the country goes into lockdown again, Norwich Christian charity ENYP is launching a new initiative, called Operation Zechariah, to help encourage collaborative working together with churches and other organisations across the city.
An appeal has been issued to churches, Christian organisations and charities across Norfolk to talk about what they will be doing to help vulnerable people through the second national lockdown.
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