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The House of Genesis is seeking a part-time (20 hours per week) Support Worker to contribute to the day-to-day running of the charity, which provides accommodation to homeless adult men in Norwich.
Norwich Interfaith Link is organising a zoom meeting to explore the Traveller Community, and how far it can be integrated with mainstream society.
YMCA Norfolk is teaming up with the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich North MP Chloe Smith to host a webinar on Friday about Norfolk’s long road to recovery from the economic and social impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
Norwich Foodbank has released a new video which explains the huge increase in demand for its food parcels during the Covid-19 lockdown and how it has transformed the way it operates to cope.
The prolific author John Wright from Kirby Bedon has published a new book entitled ‘The Road to Antioch’.
Pastor Jon Norman of SOUL Church, also chaplain for Norwich City Football Club, has started a free podcast to help leaders navigate through these challenging times with confidence, lifting up those around them along the way.
Norwich-based car mechanic Valentine Pomazan runs a mobile repair service with 18 years experience in the industry and business values based on his Christian faith.
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.
As many churches around England start to re-open for limited acts of worship, Andy Bryant explains why this is, for him, such an important stage in the return to normality.
Now that churches across Norfolk are able to open their doors for public worship, we want to try to gauge how many churches will or will not be reopening and how they have been coping with the Covid-19 lockdown and reaching out in social action.
The Bishop of Norwich will be undertaking a pilgrimage of prayer for relief from the Covid-19 pandemic along the Walsingham Way from Norwich Anglican Cathedral to the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, over three days next week.
Norfolk County Council Chaplain Rev Dr Liviu Barbu offers a reflection for Srebrenica genocide commemoration week (July 5-12).
Jill Gower invites us to focus our prayers on those who are struggling financially because of Covid-19, and to have an entrepreneur anointing.
Lighthouse Community Church in Sheringham has been mobilising its fellowship to take bunches of flowers to their neighbours along with a cheery greeting and offers of support.
Clergy within the Diocese of Norwich face examples of incipient and sometimes overt racism nearly every day and the Bishop of Norwich has appointed an Adviser for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Affairs to help address the issue.
The first new Catholic primary school to open in Norfolk for decades has had an exciting and eventful first year. Executive Head of Sacred Heart VA Primary School, Aidan McGovern, reports.
Robert Ashton wonders how essential our church premises are for our churches to function successfully.
Ed Ellis, who with his wife Suzie was a former warden of the Quiet Waters Christian Retreat House, died peacefully on June 21. Dan Waite pays tribute.