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CANCELLED: Transforming Norwich has announced the date of its next ministers and leaders meeting, which will be on Wednesday April 1, at St Stephen's Church in Norwich.
Former Rector of Holy Trinity Brompton (HTB), and Alpha Course pioneer, Rev Sandy Millar, shared some insights into church leadership and renewal at a lunch for Christian leaders organised by Transforming Norwich last week
"Life without God is nothing," Rev Ian Dyble, from St Thomas Norwich, told 30 church ministers and ministry leaders at the latest Transforming Norwich leaders’ lunch at the King’s Centre in Norwich on December 6.
The importance of prayer and making time to listen to God was the message of Oak Grove Community Church senior leader Darren Woodward to Christian leaders at the latest Transforming Norwich lunch on October 4.
The AGM of ecumenical churches group Transforming Norwich yesterday (July 6) heard the Bishop of Norwich talk about prayer and the executive team outline the past year and its future plans.
Several hundred people from dozens of different churches across greater Norwich gathered at Norwich's Anglican Cathedral on Pentecost Sunday (June 4) for a Global Day of Prayer service.
Julian Bryant from Christian Aid spoke to church leaders from across Norwich yesterday dispelling myths about the refugee situation and encouraging churches to get behind agencies already working to welcome Syrian refugees to the city.
Church ministers from Norwich and the surrounding area gathered to listen to Bishop David Carr at the 'ministers together' lunch on December 7.
Church and Christians leaders from the Transforming Norwich executive team joined together in prayer over the city of Norwich from the heights of Mousehold Heath on Monday
Transforming Norwich chairman Danny Doran-Smith challenged everyone present at the charity’s AGM held at Soul Church in Norwich on July 6 to do the work of evangelists.
Transforming Norwich has welcomed international speaker Rev Dr Alistair Petrie to the city for a second year, speaking and meeting local Christians at a week of events across Norwich.
Around 500 Christians joined millions around the world in a Global Day of Prayer service at Norwich Anglican Cathedral last night.
Norwich City Council leader Cllr Alan Waters has expressed a desire to see Norwich transformed - with the help of local faith groups - at a meeting with church leaders.
The social action work of churches and faith groups across Norwich is having a hugely positive local impact according to the results of a survey published yesterday.
Churches together group Transforming Norwich has elected a new committee and appointed a new chairman at its AGM, held at the St Peter Mancroft Octagon, on Friday June 12.
Prayer, praise and public repentance were key parts of a Global Day of Prayer service in Norwich Cathedral on Sunday May 24, attended by 250 Christians from many different churches.
Transformation expert Dr Alistair Petrie talked to Norfolk church leaders about the keys to unlocking cultural and spiritual change across an area and the barriers and challenges to it, at a meeting in Norwich on May 20.
The benefits of building relationships across church boundaries and working towards church unity were the key messages from the annual general meeting of Transforming Norwich held at St Peter Mancroft’s Octagon chapel in the city centre on June 13.
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
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