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Norwich leaders hear about healing history
Well-known Christian speaker and writer, the Rev Dr Russ Parker, was at the Norwich Family Life Church on Tuesday (March 18) to speak to members of Transforming Norwich about “Healing Wounded History”. (Author: )

Transforming Norwich's invitation to churches
Transforming Norwich has sent out its annual invitation for churches and Christian groups across greater Norwich to become supporting members of the organisation. (Author: )

Truth behind the 'Godless' Norwich headlines
Special demographic factors help explain why Norwich was accorded the “Most Godless” tag in the 2011 Census, but churches cannot turn a blind eye to declining attendance rates country-wide, statistical expert Dr Peter Brierley told city church leaders yes (Author: )

Norwich churches in plan to help rough sleepers
Norwich churches have responded to a plea to assist homeless rough sleepers in the city who have nowhere to go during severe winter weather, by putting plans in place for a winter café at Kings Community Centre, and are now appealing for volunteers. (Author: )

Invite to Norwich churches to bring Easter alive
Norwich churches are planning to bring the Easter story alive on the streets of the city on Good Friday 2014. (Author: )

Transforming Norwich outlines events plan
Transforming Norwich has outlined a prospective programme of events over the next 12 months for church and Christian organisations leaders and their members, some in partnership with other groups. (Author: )

Call for Norwich churches to stand together
A call has been made for Norwich churches to put any differences aside and stand shoulder to shoulder in continuing to work together to make a real difference across the city, at the Transforming Norwich AGM on June 7. (Author: )

Norfolk Christians unite with Global Day of Prayer
As Christians in more than 220 nations around the world met for the 2013 Global Day of Prayer, hundreds of believers from many regional churches united for prayer at Norwich Cathedral on Pentecost Sunday (Author: )

US pastor tells Norwich leaders to hold onto vision
Norwich Christian leaders were encouraged not to settle for second best in their ministries, while balancing vision with reality, by US church leader Jeff Lucas at a Transforming Norwich leaders’ lunch last week. (Author: )

Transforming Norwich rediscovers its mission
On Sunday March 3, around 25 people gathered to agree an amended constitution and a new leadership to take forward Transforming Norwich, originally the Churches Together grouping in Greater Norwich. (Author: )

Norwich churches bring Easter Journey alive
The Easter story was brought to life in an innovative new way through a series of co-ordinated events staged by half-a-dozen churches in various locations across Norwich city centre on Good Friday. (Author: )

50 Norwich churches to join in unity prayer
2012: Members from around 50 churches across greater Norwich formed the annual chain of prayer at St Luke’s Chapel in Norwich Cathedral on Thursday January 19 to mark the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. (Author: )

Transforming Norwich has key role to play
2011: Transforming Norwich is widely seen as an umbrella organisation and a means of communication with the church in Norwich, reports chair Rev Madeline Light in the organisation’s just-released annual report. (Author: )

Norwich churches demonstrate century of unity
2011: Christians in Norwich have been gathering together for over 100 years to celebrate their unity in prayer and worship, a united church service in the city was told last night. (Author: )

Churches show faith by action not by doctrine
2010: Transforming Norwich helps churches work together to serve the Norwich community. With new chair Madeline Light at the helm, the group looks forward to building on the exciting new initiatives that have already started. (Author: )

Norwich churches pay for life-saving operation
2010: Transforming Norwich has helped to pay for a life-saving operation for a church pastor in a Tanzanian refugee camp, who is closely associated with the Swahili-speaking Rivers of Life Church which meets in Norwich. (Author: )

First female is new Transforming Norwich chair
2010: Transforming Norwich has appointed a woman as its new chair for the first time ever when previous chair, Rev Nicholas Vesey, stepped down after seven years with the Greater Norwich Churches Together group. (Author: )

African 'refugee' church sets up in Norwich hall
2010: A church which started life in the refugee camps of the Congo in Africa has established itself in a Norwich church hall and has just joined Transforming Norwich. (Author: )

Trio of Norfolk community initiatives launched
2010: Three new Christian community initiatives were officially launched in Norwich on January 20 with the backing of Transforming Norwich. (Author: .)

Transforming Norwich breaks down barriers
2009: Transforming Norwich aims to break down the barriers between churches and help them on the ground with whatever they are doing, chairman Rev Nicholas Vesey told its AGM, held at St Peter Mancroft's Octagan on June 11. (Author: .)

Transforming Norwich launches new initiatives
Transforming Norwich announced three groundbreaking initiatives at its AGM on June 2, held after its annual conference at St Luke’s in Norwich. (Author: )

Who to contact
The Transforming Norwich (Churches Together in Greater Norwich) executive team elected at the EGM on March 2013. (Author: )

Our aspirations
Churches Together in Greater Norwich (Transforming Norwich) aspires to: (Author: )

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