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A Norfolk homelessness charity is appealing for £500k to help it turn the former All Hallows Convent at Ditchingham into unique B+B accommodation to provide funds to support its growing community of companions.
Sarah Miller, a South Norfolk home-schooling mum of two and vicar’s wife, is organising a retreat in February entitled ‘Setting the Scene’.
More than 100 people gathered with special breeds of cows and sheep at Church Farm Barn, South Elmham, to take part in a rather special crib service on December 17.
Jill Gower, who for many years has run a prayer and Bible teaching ministry in Norwich, will be setting up a new base in Poringland in the New Year.
St Mary’s Church in Attleborough has raised £10,491 towards its Attleborough Music Project during a 56-hour non-stop hymn marathon.
Visitors to Wymondham Abbey’s Christmas fair will be able to treat their children to a magic show and fun baking workshop while they browse more than 60 stalls.
Quiet Waters Christian Retreat in Bungay is holding a gentle day retreat exploring healing in the Kingdom of God.
A medieval Anglican church in a tiny hamlet in South Norfolk has won a national award and a £10,000 boost.
The dialect coach who helped teach actor Ralph Fiennes “how to speak Suffolk” on the Sutton Hoo Netflix film The Dig, will be speaking at a Norfolk church in October to help raise funds for Norwich Foodbank.
Former vicar of Wymondham, Rev Canon Christopher Davies, has been appointed by the Bishop of Norwich as Interim Priest in Charge of the troubled town Abbey for a period of up to three years following the resignation of Rev Catherine Relf-Pennington.
The Salvation Army in Beccles has appointed Harry Woods as its new Corps Assistant/Church leader in Beccles.
Historic England has awarded a grant of £400,000 towards the repair of Grade I listed Becket’s Chapel in Wymondham, Norfolk.
St Peter’s Church in Merton has created a video called ‘Music and Heritage – a history of our Churches and Music.’
Members of Harvest Centre Church in Brandon witnessed their building being saved from an approaching fire as prayers went up and the wind died down.
A five-acre meadow, just a few miles from Norwich is now open for use, free of charge, by Christian and other groups.
Butterflies is a weekly group for women, who may be vulnerable for different reasons, to enjoy a safe space relax meet with old friends and make new ones. The group is run by Alive Church.
For the first time, two outstanding Norfolk sopranos, Emma Nuule and Catherine Joule, are coming together to perform a charity concert.
The Angles Way Filling Station is putting on a special outdoor midsummer event to attract those interested in exploring Christian faith.
Wymondham-based charity Raise Kids will once again be putting on a Monopoly Live Challenge to raise money for its projects.
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