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A running club set up during pandemic restrictions at three churches in the Brundall area has now started running together as a group.
Pedal power took centre stage outside Norwich Anglican Cathedral this week as the nationwide Cathedrals Cycle Route reached the city.
It is often said that the prospect of death concentrates the mind wonderfully. This has been illustrated during the pandemic, and the June meeting of Science Faith Norfolk focused on the medical practice of palliative care in this context.
The Fountain of Life is a charismatic, evangelical, network church in the Church of England. It is located in mid Norfolk, has mission at its heart and seeks to take the gospel into the centre of the communities in which works.
Norfolk pregnancy loss charity Time Norfolk has launched a new website to encourage people who need support to find out how to access help.
Raise Kids Work is running its first three-dimensional monopoly game through the town of Wymondham as a fun fundraiser for Raise Kids Work.
Always wanting to punch above its weight, the tiny church of All Saints, Hethel, in South Norfolk, has organised a Celebration of Creation weekend on June 26-27 with everyone welcome.
Tributes have been paid to Dr William ‘Willy’ Notcutt, retired senior consultant anaesthetist who was also a committed Christian. Tony Mallion describes his remarkable life.
Norwich Youth for Christ has raised £2,418 though a sponsored 24 hours of streaming and gaming.
Philip Young recently presented a paper to the Quaker Universalist Group Conference on 'Life, Time and Eternity from a Christian perspective’. He shares a short extract from that paper here.
YMCA Norfolk has just opened a new 90-place Ofsted-registered nursery called Muddy Puddles near Norwich city centre. Harriet King from YMCA Norfolk describes what’s on offer.
A Cawston churchwarden has raised thousands of pounds for her parish church by making and selling face masks during the pandemic.
The charity Tools With a Mission is offering an opportunity to churches to hear about its work, and Val Dodsworth is available to speak on its behalf.
The parish community of St John’s Cathedral took to the open air on Sunday for the Corpus Christi procession.
On Sunday June 13, Julian Bryant, Christian Aid’s Church Engagement Officer for Norfolk and member of St Edmund’s, Taverham, will be cycling 200 miles around the borders of Norfolk to raise money for people impacted by COVID19 in countries like India.
Norwich Community Gospel Choir director, Megan Rawling, describes how the choir has kept going during the various lockdowns and how it plans to emerge even stronger.
The Pathway café and support centre offers food, friendship and advice to vulnerable people in Great Yarmouth. Pathway manager Jennifer King reports.
Lock-down, personal loss and suffering have not thwarted the spirits of Norwich girl Bertie Emes-Ellis who simply lives to give.
Kingdom Ambassadors International Church in Norwich are holding a Praise and Worship weekend later this month, and everyone is warmly invited to come along.