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While Norwich Anglican Cathedral’s historic building remains closed to help combat the spread of Covid-19, the Dean and Chapter will be helping people to mark Holy Week and Easter with a variety of videos and podcasts to aid worship.
Elspeth Rushbrook, a Norwich Christian author, artist and musician who recently publicly left the Church of England, is offering her own music and readings at sundown on Good Friday to launch her new entirely independent church, Between the Stools.
The Sports Factory has been sharing the gospel through sport in Norwich since 2014 and is holding regular fitness and prayer sessions online on Facebook and YouTube.
Now that public worship is suspended, Christ Church in Eaton has decided to channel its energy into supporting vulnerable people and keeping the community connected.
Norwich Christian community project ENYP will continue to deliver thousands of ‘picnic bags’ of fresh food during the Coronavirus period to those in need across the city.
The Christian charity House of Genesis has been given the use of an additional four-bed house in Thorpe St Andrew, enabling it to provide support for some of the most vulnerable members of our society at this critical time.
Norwich Salvation Army rallies to support homeless and vulnerable people during coronavirus response.
As the Coronavirus crisis deepens, Norwich church pastor Craig Deal has issued a plea to look out for the vulnerable, the poor and the lonely and to be kind to one another.
A Norwich church is responding to vulnerable people in Thorpe St Andrew and is committed to supporting the community.
On Easter Saturday (April 11) there will be a ritual procession through the heart of Norwich to honour the creatures that have become endangered, and remember some that have already been lost.
A Norwich church is embarking on a creative way to involve the local community in sharing in the Easter story.
The 1000 Hours initiative from Gateway Vineyard in Norwich is up and running again this Lent with four Norfolk primary schools joining the “revolution of kindness”.
On Ash Wednesday priests across the Diocese of East Anglia placed ashes on the foreheads of parishioners to mark the beginning of the season of Lent.
Norwich Cathedral’s boy and girl choristers enjoyed some flippin’ good fun in the annual pancake races to mark Shrove Tuesday.
Brother Paolo from the Taizé community is making a special visit to Norwich, during which Norwich Cathedral will host a time of prayer around the cross in the Taizé tradition.
Construction of an old hall set to be transformed into a vital community hub by YMCA Norfolk has begun, just as fundraising efforts surpass £1m.
A team of fundraisers swapped their warm beds for the stone cold floor of Norwich Cathedral’s Cloisters last Friday to raise thousands of pounds for Norwich charity St Martins.
CANCELLED: St Stephen’s Church in Norwich will be holding a nine month long series of events to mark the 600th anniversary of the death of the late-medieval poet and priest, Richard Caister, starting on February 19.
A team from Hillsong London will be leading an extended worship experience at the 5pm service at Proclaimers church in Norwich this Sunday (February 9).
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