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Former sailor and nurse, David Humphries, has been inducted as the new pastor at Carleton Rode Baptist Church in South Norfolk.
Three Norfolk writers will be reading excerpts from their books on the theme of belonging at the Rockland St Mary church barn.
A team from Through Faith Missions are walking the Via Beata across Norfolk without money for the journey, sharing the Good News and praying for healing.
Always wanting to punch above its weight, the tiny church of All Saints, Hethel, in South Norfolk, has organised a Celebration of Creation weekend on June 26-27 with everyone welcome.
Ambitious plans by All Saints Church in Poringland to build a new £1.7m community hub in the South Norfolk village are to go on show to the public next month.
Raise Kids Work is running its first three-dimensional monopoly game through the town of Wymondham as a fun fundraiser for Raise Kids Work.
The Quiet Waters Christian retreat house in Bungay would like to give a big thank you to those who have been Essential Workers during the past year.
At a hugely challenging time, the Alive network appointed Barbara McLellan as the new pastor for their church in Wymondham.
An ecumenical memorial service at St Thomas of Canterbury in Wymondham heard about the ‘shift of mental furniture’ of one Far East prisoner of war.
A South Norfolk rector is to shave his head to raise awareness and funds to help churches become ever safer and healthier communities and to support abuse survivors
Homelessness charity Emmaus Norfolk and Waveney is reopening the doors to its popular Ditchingham charity shop after a year-long closure.
An historic South Norfolk church has embarked on a project to digitize all the information from its graveyard and make it available online.
Half a dozen Christians from two Wymondham churches held a socially-distanced Walk of Witness in Wymondham town centre on Good Friday with a large wooden cross.
Thetford foodbank has launched an appeal to raise £25,000 by Easter Sunday, to help purchase a new and permanent base.
Quiet Waters Christian Retreat House on the Norfolk/Suffolk border is now taking provisional bookings from May 17th and is advertising for a married couple to join its team.
A barn in rural South Norfolk is a thriving focus for the arts and creative Christian spirituality, as well as a recording studio and a craft centre, all run by an ordained couple.
On Sunday youth worker Jamie Cutteridge and Canon Jutta Brueck from the With Community in Ditchingham led morning worship on Radio 4.
The Belsey Bridge Christian conference centre in South Norfolk is set to re-open on August 14 following the government’s announcement on its four-step strategy to lift restrictions.
The With youth network, which has taken over the Ditchingham convent from the sisters, has appointed Rev Jutta Brueck to lead the work there.
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