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Christian writer and poet, Joy Lenton, has just published her fourth book. It is a useful resource for Lent for anybody who wants to prayerfully pause and focus more on God.
Could you offer time, commitment and enthusiasm to help TimeNorfolk help others? TimeNorfolk, the pregnancy loss charity are looking for a volunteer to help our Head of Administration.
The Lord Mayor of Norwich has issued an open invitation to attend a Norwich Civic Virtual Holocaust Memorial Day Service on YouTube on Wednesday January 27 from 2pm.
Community Chaplaincy Norfolk is looking for people to become mentors to support people leaving prison. Full training is provides and the next sessions start on March 3.
Norwich foodbank is embarking on a Pathfinder project with the Trussell Trust to help foodbanks develop and execute their own strategic plan for reducing the need for their services and needs a new trustee to oversee the project.
A senior paramedic with the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust has written a message of hope as his colleagues continue to provide a vital service during the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic.
Ex-forest ranger Charlie Houlder-Moat wants to encourage churches across Norfolk to get outside and get wild, as part of her developing Wild Church Norfolk ministry,
We are all finding the lockdown restrictions tough, but Anna Heydon explains how we can have a positive response.
The Elim Pentecostal One Church Norwich (ONE) has appointed Sam Collinson as its new Lead Pastor, 18 months after its former pastors, Dominic and Catherine De Souza, transferred to Wales.
Christians across Norfolk, whose prayers have been answered, are being encouraged to tell their stories online to make hope visible during lockdown.
In a week which started with “Blue Monday”, supposedly the most miserable day of the year, Andrew Frere-Smith reminds us to count our blessings.
Acle Methodist Church is bringing some cheer into the local community with its response to the national January Light project.
Norwich Youth For Christ is looking to expand its online work on YouTube by recruiting new content creators to be a part of its growing channel.
From care for the homeless to a drive-in Christingle, St Mary’s Watton has found imaginative ways to keep serving its local community.
The Horstead Centre are pleased to announce that Will Mills has been appointed as the full time centre manager. The centre is busy planning some one-off activity days after lockdown.
Philip Young describes some of the challenges facing the new American President – challenges which we all need to face.
St Peter and St Paul's Church in Tuttington, near Aylsham, has been awarded a government grant to help fund crucial repair work.
St John’s Catholic Cathedral in Norwich welcomed around 1800 socially-distanced worshippers over its 17 Christmas Masses and many more online after some emergency work on its sound system, which completely failed on Christmas Eve.
Rev Helen Garrard, Lead Chaplain for Norfolk Community Health and Care is holding a 24-hour prayer vigil for all NHS acute and community services and other care providers on Sunday, January 17, starting at midnight.