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Quebec Hall in Dereham, Norfolk is a retirement home for Christians and offers residential and self-contained accommodation. The spiritual needs of residents take centre stage as well as physical care.
Eckling Grange cares for the elderly
Despite some bad press, there are some Care Homes where 'Care' really does mean 'what it says on the tin', and a star example of this is the Norfolk Christian residential care home, Eckling Grange, at Dereham. More ...
Community bus on the streets of G Yarmouth
A double decker bus will bring hope to the streets of Great Yarmouth as the vision of two Norfolk Christian women is set to become a reality. More ...
Norfolk and Waveney County Ecumenical Officer
The church leaders of Norfolk and Waveney Churches Together wish to appoint a County Ecumenical Officer. The role is part time (no more than one day a fortnight) and carries a small honorarium (around £3,000 per annum). More ...
A commonsense approach for Norfolk businesses
Norwich-based Commonsense Services offer support and resolution to workplace conflict, team and personal coaching and business change consultancy. More ...
Election questions at Norwich church hustings
An election hustings event was staged by Transforming Norwich in a church in the Norwich South constituency, a key battleground in the race for Westminster. More ...
St Thomas church expand to second Norwich site
St Thomas Church in Norwich has announced it is taking on St Alban’s in Lakenham as its second site from June, as part of a long-term community-focused vision. More ...
Questions to ask before you vote
Rev Philip Young considers the questions that we should all ask before we place our vote next week. More ...
East Norfolk Youth for Christ needs youth worker
East Norfolk Youth for Christ in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, is looking for an experienced Youth Worker. More ...
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Bethel Sozo training course in Fakenham
The Bethel Sozo Basic Training course will be taking place at Fakenham Baptist Community Church on May 15 and 16. More ...
Latest Norfolk Christian community events
Events of interest to the Norwich and Norfolk Christian community over the next fortnight. More ...
Christian year out opportunity in Norfolk
North Breckland Youth for Christ have announced a new year out scheme for 18-22 year olds called Life. Running from September 2015 to July 2016 this is an opportunity to spend a year preparing for Christian leadership More ...
Norfolk church first to host Czech WW2 expo
A major travelling exhibition featuring the role of Czech citizens in the RAF during the Second World War is set to tour the UK, and the first stop for the tour will be Wretham in Norfolk during May 2015. More ...
Cup and Trophy finals in U10 Christian league
The u10 cup final and the new trophy final of the Norfolk Christian Football League took place at Sale Road on Saturday April 10. U12, U14 and U16 matches are set for May 2. More ...
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African rhythms rock for Christian Aid’s 70th
Gospel songs and dramatic drums nearly raised the roof of St Edmund’s Church, Taverham, last week at a celebration event to mark Christian Aid's 70th anniversary. More ...
Bishop Graham to speak at Stibbard meeting
The Bishop of Norwich, the Right Reverend Graham James, will give an insight into his faith on May 10 when he speaks at the popular “Sunday at 3” event in Stibbard. More ...
Norwich Christian centre seeks builder volunteer 
Revelation Christian Resource Centre in Norwich is looking for some volunteers to provide manual labour to imrpove access to the centre's garden space and seating area ready for the summer. More ...
New face at Norwich debt counselling centre
Christians Against Poverty has announced that John Graver is to lead the team, based at Surrey Chapel, Botolph Street, Norwich in the work to help people escape overwhelming personal debts. More ...
Bishop's garden welcomes many visitors
The garden was a picture - so green and fresh. The visitors came in great numbers despite the clouds and the cool air. We were so lucky that there was no rain. Our two choirs- from County Hall and the Anglian Singers were tremendous More ...
Questions to ask before you vote
Rev Philip Young considers the questions that we should all ask before we place our vote next week. More ...
Christian Aid launches Nepal earthquake appeal
Christian Aid has launched an emergency appeal to provide urgent aid in the wake of the Nepal earthquake disaster and it has been backed by the charity’s East Anglia regional co-ordinator. More ...
Walk and tea to support Norwich charity
Ex Norwich striker Leon talks football and faith
Evangelism gaining momentum on Norwich streets
The Norfolk church first to partner with MAF
Cameron, Miliband and Clegg on faith and politics
Transformation expert Petrie set for Norwich visit
How would Jesus vote?
Importance of faith and politics at Norwich event
European and US choirs at Norwich church
500-mile pilgrimage walk in memory of parents
Norfolk based Christian band celebrate 22 years
Former Norfolk vicar launches new network
Foodbanks feed 20,000 in a year across Norfolk
What to do when you ain’t got enough ….!
School principal and Norwich worship leader
Café Co-ordinator needed by Norfolk church
Listening skills training course in Norfolk
Shakespeare festival returns to Norwich Cathedral
Norwich South hustings at local church
New youth pastor for Norwich church
Restored Norfolk church tower dedication
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