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Regular columnist Ruth Lilley reflects on the different ways in which God answers her prayers
A YouTube channel set up by a group of churches in South Norfolk has registered 100,000 hits since March by offering a free online worship resource.
When Norwich-born evangelist Luke Brendling lost his first child, it was the beginning of a very real wrestle with God. Here he introduces a book coming out in December, in which he tells the story.
The Fountain of Life Church in Ashill will be running its third Doors of Hope Conference on November 14 from 11.30am to 4pm. This year it will be hosted on Zoom.
Trish Ellse from Alive Church in Wymondham is calling on churches and families in Norfolk to rise above the challenges of the pandemic and pack more shoebox gifts than ever.
How important is integrity in our leaders? An interview with former Lib Dem leader Tim Farron speaking from his experiences as a Christian in parliament is being organised by Surrey Chapel.
The Norwich branch of Christians Against Poverty (CAP) based at Surrey Chapel has a secure future thanks to generous charitable grants.
After playing a major role in the life of Norwich for 200 years, Princes Street United Reformed Church held its final service on Sunday.
Lighthouse Community Church in Sheringham has launched a project to provide packed lunches to local needy children over the October half term, when school lunches are not available.
A former church treasurer stole £222,000 from St John the Baptist Catholic Cathedral in Norwich, to feed his gambling addiction, and has today been sentenced to 27 months in jail.
The Matthew Project is looking for a Young Adult Outreach Worker (Project Adder) based in Norwich.
The Matthew Project is looking for a Recovery Coordinator (Project Adder) based in Norwich.
For young people in King's Lynn already facing challenges, the pandemic has been the last straw. Church Army officer James Hawksworth has found a way to respond where the need is most acute.
Revd Canon Chris Copsey recently marked ten years in the unusual role of supporting those attending Coroner’s inquests. In a recent webinar organised by the Norwich Interfaith Group she talked about her work.
The Matthew Project is going live with an online charity auction tomorrow night. Sarah King, Fundraising and Events Officer at The Matthew Project, explains what is to be won – both for bidders and for the wider community.
A Christian outdoor therapy centre in South Norfolk featuring goats, chickens and rabbits has just thrown open its doors, using creation to improve the physical, mental and emotional well-being of visitors.
Regular columnist Jane Walters shares her frustrations with using spectacles, but then explains why the choice of specs is of secondary importance.
There are two new Bible training opportunities with the Norfolk-based Way of the Spirit Bible College starting in the next few days.
As the world faces tough environmental challenges, especially in the light of the global pandemic, a group from churches in North Norfolk hosted a successful webinar recently to discuss climate change from a Christian point of view.