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Tributes have been paid to a courageous Norwich Methodist preacher, who gave up everything and moved to Pakistan to follow God’s call to serve “the poorest of the poor”, and who has died suddenly.
The start of the 2021/22 Norfolk Christian Football League season was heralded by the traditional 11-a-side tournament for half a dozen teams at Sloughbottom Park on Saturday September 18.
Two faith-filled artists from the Fakenham area will be taking part in the Norfolk Open Studios event starting later this month.
Robert Ashton wonders if there is scope for our parish churches to provide a further service for their local communities.
Christian writer Catherine Ayre has had a book of poems published to encourage people to find out more about God.
The Welcome Directory is a multi-faith charity that helps faith communities to offer welcome to people leaving prison. Norfolk churches are among those who are invited to register to make a commitment.
YMCA Norfolk is looking for a Business Support Administrator to provide business, co-ordination and administrative support for the communities’ team, based in Norwich.
The Magdalene Group is seeking to employ a Women’s Specialist Practitioner to provide gender and trauma-informed support to women experiencing multiple disadvantage and to provide specialist support to female sex workers and victims of sexual exploitation
Until September 25, concerts and an art exhibition at St Stephen's church in Norwich city centre will continue on the theme of "After the Storm? a reflection on the Covid-19 pandemic."
Raise Kids Work has invited funny man Tony Vino to a cake and comedy event to raise funds for the charity.
North Norfolk Foodbank is the new name for the Cromer and District foodbank, which has changed its identity to reflect its expanding reach into the community.
The Angles Way Filling Station has reopened this month after 18 months’ break, having changed its name from Ouse Valley Filling Station.
Nick Spencer will give a lecture in the Cathedral on Tuesday September 21, starting at 7.00pm on the question what does evolution say about human life?
Regular columnist James Knight believes that understanding the reasons why many people choose not to believe will assist Christians in reaching out to them.
Non-stop worship movement Burn has been continuing online throughout lockdown. Local group Burn Norwich are meeting in-person on October 2 in Norwich.
North Norfolk charity Aid Africa tells of a new toilet in Malawi, and invites everyone to a monthly on-line prayer meeting to pray for their work in that country.
Integrate Youth for Christ currently have two vacancies which could be combined if the applicant has suitable skills, one based in Thetford and one in Diss. Both roles are to commence as soon as possible.
Faith leaders from across East Anglia took part in an official blessing at the official opening of the extended and renovated East Anglian Air Ambulance operational base and HQ at Norwich Airport on September 10.
The Diocese of Norwich has an exciting opportunity for a dynamic Communications Manager to be responsible for the development and implementation of a multiplatform communications strategy, supporting the vision to be Transformed by Christ.