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Regular columnist James Knight explains the paradox that atheists cannot really understand the very thing they don’t believe in.
Rev Francis Mason, Rector of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Fakenham's Parish Church, retires at the end of July, after six years at the church.
With all eyes on Tokyo for the Olympics and Paralympics, a Suffolk missionary couple working in Japan are hugely encouraged that the nation is being lifted up in prayer around the world.
Network Norfolk is looking to highlight the innovative things which Norfolk churches and projects have learnt during the Covid-19 pandemic – new ways to worship, creative ways to engage with and serve their communities and reach them with the Gospel.
Faith groups in Norfolk will come together in August to begin a multifaith relay pilgrimage towards Glasgow, the venue for the COP26 UN climate talks; and anyone is welcome to join the pilgrimage.
The Matthew Project has formed a new partnership with the NHS to support armed forces veterans who are experiencing mental health problems.
Former sailor and nurse, David Humphries, has been inducted as the new pastor at Carleton Rode Baptist Church in South Norfolk.
Emmanuel Church Aylsham, Norfolk is looking to employ a Pastor with a passion for Jesus Christ, filled with the Holy Spirit and a need to feed His flock and to lead the church into a new phase of Kingdom growth in the town and surrounding area.
Sheringham BeachLife is back, in a modified form, and will launch in the town and on the beach during the last full week of this year’s summer holidays.
The Matthew Project needs a Trusts and Foundations Fundraiser to help grow our successful trusts and foundations funding streams.
YMCA Norfolk needs a Senior HR Officer to provide support to the HR Manager in ensuring the smooth running of all aspects of the HR function, deputising in their absence, including responding to general HR queries.
Stephen Mawditt’s new book ‘Redigging the Wells’ tells the story of the pioneering Fountain of Life congregation in Ashill.
Having served for eight years in the churches of the Mitre Benefice, Dave and Anna Lloyd are stepping outside into the unknown. He casts a vision of what could happen.
The Rt Revd Graham Usher, Bishop of Norwich, has become the new Patron of Norwich Youth for Christ.
Philip Young calls for an outpouring of love as a response to the challenges faced by humanity.
James Hawksworth, who has been leading the Church Army Centre of Mission in King’s Lynn, is among those recently made redundant by the Diocese of Norwich.
YMCA Norfolk needs a Wellbeing Engagement Worker to work Norfolk-wide with young people with emerging mental health conditions, which is preventing them from accessing services.
Beneath the enormous skeleton of Dippy the Dinosaur in Norwich Cathedral, 90 socially-distanced people heard Rev Dr Ernest Lucas explain how science and scripture offer complementary rather than contradictory perspectives on humanity’s place in the world.
As many of us are excited about returning to our church buildings to take part in live worship again, Robert Ashton explains that there are also advantages to the various on-line services that have been available recently, and suggests a way forward.