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New emergency accommodation for an extra two young rough sleepers has been provided in Norwich by YMCA Norfolk.
Nick Blanch, Director of Norwich Youth for Christ, had a moment recently when he realised that God was speaking. He shares how this is just one of many encouraging signs.
Every year, Norwich Open Christmas provides food and company for people who would otherwise be on their own, and this year is no exception, although it will look a little different.
STN Worship is a collective of songwriters and musicians who serve the worship life at STN Church, Norwich. They have an album set to release at the end of January. In the run up, we are releasing three singles, the first of which comes out in November.
Over sixty people met online for the November meeting of Science and Faith in Norfolk. Dr Rodney Holder, a scientist and ordained Anglican priest, explained the links between Science, Reason and Christian Belief.
Norfolk charity St Martins has launched a winter campaign to address some of the misunderstandings around homelessness and to raise awareness of their work to support vulnerable people in the county.
While the acts of worship for this year’s Remembrance Sunday were very different due to the Coronavirus pandemic, their poignant message remained unchanged: We Will Remember Them.
On the eve of the US presidential election, former Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron spoke at an online event organised by Surrey Chapel in Norwich about the topic of integrity.
The Norwich Community Gospel Choir has gone online and has been busy recording some uplifting songs - and they welcome others to join in.
While new government guidelines mean Norwich Cathedral’s building is now closed for public worship and general visitors, the Cathedral community continues to be here for all as England enters a second lockdown.
Over lockdown, the Christ Church Crafters undertook the creation of what has become “the Eaton Quilt of Kindness”.
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.
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 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.
Time Norfolk is organising a vigil for all those who have lost a baby, whether through miscarriage, termination or stillbirth, or in the early months of life.
The original Norwich Charity Christmas Card shop will be opening in St Peter Mancroft church on Tuesday October 20.
Eleanor Laming, who has pioneered Parish Nursing in Norwich, has now set up a local branch of the Guild of Health and St Raphael.
Every year Prison Fellowship, which locally supports HMP Norwich with prayer and practical help, run their Angel Tree project which gives parents in prison the opportunity to send a Christmas present to their child.
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