Norwich and Norfolk Christian news in brief
In the news this week is an exhibition of the life in medieval Norwich churches, a congregation’s £400k vision and a diamond couple who met in a Norwich church youth club.
Life in Norwich medieval churches
Photographer David White has been recording the lives of the nine medieval churches within the Norwich city walls still holding regular services. The Living Medieval Parish Churches of Norwich, the exhibition of David’s photographs of the nine churches, runs in the new Hostry at Norwich Cathedral until March 25. It is open from 9.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Saturday and 12pm to 3pm on Sunday.
Church’s £400k vision
The people of Blofield could see more community space created in their local church as part of an ambitious £400,000 project. Parishioners at the church of St Andrew and St Peter in the village near Norwich are hoping to build a two-storey community space at the back of the church and to upgrade a 100-year-old heating system
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A globetrotting York couple have celebrated 60 years of happy marriage. Michael Potter, 83, and his wife Beris, 84, of Peasholme Green, met at a church youth club as teenagers in their home town of Norwich and married in 1951.