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An exhibition of more than 50 illustrations from two children's books that explore the theme of Human Rights in a way that children can understand will be shown in Diss, plus two half term holiday workshops.
Sozo ministry training course set for Norwich
Sozo is a unique inner healing ministry aimed to get to the root of things hindering a person's connection with God. A training course will be running on April 29 and 30 in Norwich. More ...
Residential bible teaching in Norwich
The Way of the Spirit have announced two new residential bible teaching modules on Daniel and Jeremiah for February and May More ...
Norwich Foodbank at Waitrose Eaton
Waitrose Eaton have invited Norwich Foodbank to go in-store for a collection and they are looking for volunteers on Saturday March 5. More ...
Help needed to provide TLC in Great Yarmouth 
Christian outreach group TLC is based in Great Yarmouth is looking to boost volunteer numbers on its Street Presence team, and is urging people to come to its training sessions later this month. More ...
S Norfolk charity leads community activities
Hub Community Project, supported by Hope Community Church Wymondham, is serving the local community, reaching across all ages, and all situations. Andy Latham looks at the project in more detail. More ...
Norfolk churches to join massive hymn-sing  
Christian mission organisation OMF is appealing to churches across Norfolk to join 10,000 others on February 21 to sing the classic mission hymn, Facing the Task Unfinished, which has been arranged for today's Church. More ...
Tributes paid to prayer warrior Anne
Tributes have been paid to Anne Leguen de Lacroix, team member of Norfolk Christian organisation Call to Prayer. Jill Gower pays a personal tribute. More ...
Dance shows available to Norwich community
A student dance club from UEA is offering the Norwich Christian community the chance to receive a show or workshop at their local church or group. More ...
Matthew Project needs Administrator and Recovery Worker
The Matthew Project needs a Senior Administrator and a Recovery Worker (maternity cover) both based in King's Lynn in West Norfolk. More ...
Kingsley Armstrong to preach at Norwich church
Kingsley Armstrong who along with his wife Cathy, are the inspiration behind the ‘Joshua Project’ will be speaking at Taverham Evangelical Church (TEC) February 21. More ...
Are Christians scapegoats?
Regular columnist John Myhill has been reflecting on Leviticus 16, and feels that Christians have become scapegoats for the woes of the world. More ...
Christian leaders invited to unity event in Norwich
Christian leaders from across Norfolk are being invited to a new unity event in Norwich with the aim of collective repentance and seeking God. More ...
Should you put your state pension on ice?
Could it be the right move to put your State pension on ice? In the latest of his series of occasional sponsored columns, Norfolk-based wealth management specialist Matthew Newton explains more. More ...
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Wymondham Abbey half-term craft and nature
During half term the very popular children’s craft activities will be available again alongside the launch of the churchyard as a conservation area. More ...
Norwich cathedrals pledge to remain free to visit
Almost two-thirds of those running England's Anglican cathedrals are concerned about their finances, a BBC survey has suggested, but Norwich’s two cathedrals have both promised that they will not introduce entrance charges. More ...
Innovative Lent series at Wymondham Abbey
This year during Lent Wymondham Abbey have planned something slightly different, and will be replacing Evensong each Sunday with six different Sundays at Three events. More ...
Norfolk pupil’s 100-mile trek boosts hub
Ten year-old school girl, Lydia Hawker, has raised £1500 towards the community project for her family’s Wymondham church after walking a mammoth 100 miles along Hadrian’s Wall, Sandie Shirley reports. More ...
Sheringham church pastor hands over the baton
Lighthouse Community Church senior pastor Bryan Pickard symbolically passed a baton to his successor yesterday in a moving celebration at the church. More ...
tlcNorwich renamed to become One Church
Last Sunday, January 24, Dominic and Catherine De Souza the newly-installed leaders of tlcNorwich announced that the church will soon be changing its name to One Church. More ...
Kingdom Theology day at Mid Norfolk church
Fountain of Life Church are hosting a Kingdom Theology day on the subject of “How the holy spirit speaks” at their Ashill venue on Saturday February 20 More ...
Exhibition reveals Haiti quake aftermath
YMCA Norfolk Key Workers based in Norwich
YMCA Norfolk Night-Co-ordinator based in Norwich
Dean to speak at refurbished Norwich church 
Spaces available on Norwich marriage prep days
Bus-based prayer space for S Norfolk children
Vacancy for female therapeutic keyworker
Spring Break at Norfolk Christian Centre
Churches housing the homeless conference
Donations of toiletries welcomed by Norwich charity 
Norwich church goes green and achieves award
Norwich group produces Lent resource
Storm damages Mundesley Church Rooms.
Social action volunteer training set for Norwich
Religion and British politics headline new UEA lectures
New Sheringham pastor's top priority is mission
Norwich cathedral launch for Reuben's Font
Bishop of Norwich welcomes outcome of Primates meeting
Final plea as Norwich churches group faces closure
Methodist Church needs Central Norfolk Circuit Administrator
Blakeney Methodist Church needs Café Manager
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