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Over sixty people met online to hear how neurology – a scientific study of the brain and its disorders - might shed light on religious faith. The meeting was organised by the discussion group “Science and Faith in Norfolk”.
The sublime sound of choral music is returning to Norwich Cathedral this week after six months of silence due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Members of the choir at Christ Church, Eaton were able to sing together for the first time in months, following a change in the government’s Covid-19 rules regarding public performances.
Norwich Cathedral chorister Alice Platten is celebrating reaching the semi-finals of the prestigious BBC Young Chorister of the Year competition.
New referrals to the Matthew Project due to alcohol misuse have increased since the start of lockdown. Sarah King reports from the Christian charity about one brave young fundraiser helping to tackle the issue.
The iconic 200-year-old United Reformed Church (URC) on Princes Street in Norwich is set to close after church members agreed to the move.
A commemorative time capsule has been hidden in the new YMCA Norfolk Community Hub, currently being re-developed on Aylsham Road in Norwich, to mark an exciting moment in the Christian charity’s history.
Singer/songwriter and former Delirious? frontman Martin Smith joined SOUL Church on Sunday evening, leading hundreds of people in a drive-in worship night.
The parishes of Eaton have found an innovative alternative to their traditional summer holiday club for children – activity packs.
Norwich Healing Rooms will be reopening from Thursday August 6 and will be ready to welcome people who would like prayer every week from 7.30pm.
Anglican churches in Norwich have spoken out in solidarity with Muslim brothers and sisters following an alleged arson attack on the developing £1m Aylsham Road mosque in the city in the early hours of Monday morning.
A group which helps Christian men to grow in faith and provides spiritual support is opening up to new members at it transitions to online meetings.
Soul Church in Norwich celebrated its first-ever service on the new-build Heartsease site with a drive-in event.
The first wedding to be held at the Cathedral of St John the Baptist in Norwich since lockdown was “a lovely occasion” according to the Dean, Canon David Paul.
It is 400 years since the Mayflower's pioneering voyage, which saw the Pilgrims sailing to America to seek religious freedom. A Norwich author is editing a book, to be published later this year, to commemorate this anniversary.
The café at St Stephen’s in Rampant Horse Street, a place of sanctuary and care as well as hospitality, will be reopening on Monday July 27.
Norwich Cathedral has teamed up with the Friends of Cathedral Music and 269 choristers across the country to create a special lockdown recording of the song Sing Forever to raise funds for the Cathedral Choirs’ Emergency Fund.
Almost all Catholic churches across Norfolk are re-opening their doors for collective public worship this weekend following the relaxation of government guidelines.
Hundreds of people turned up in their cars for a drive-through prayer session at Soul Church in Norwich on Sunday afternoon.
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