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Roy Roberts, a member of St Stephens Church in Norwich, will be running 300 miles during December raise money for free meals.
Nick Blanch, Director of Norwich Youth for Christ, had a moment recently when he realised that God was speaking. He shares how this is just one of many encouraging signs.
Every year, Norwich Open Christmas provides food and company for people who would otherwise be on their own, and this year is no exception, although it will look a little different.
Renowned Norfolk evangelist, author and businessman John Wright died peacefully on Sunday night. Colleague and friend Barrie Lawrence pays tribute.
The UK Government wants to engage with faith groups in England and has asked for the views of people of faith, church leaders and public servants, among others, to help it decide the best way forward.
Hannah Worsley from Norwich Foodbank will be representing community in the Christmas lights switch on this year as her team ramps up for Christmas.
Robert Ashton feels we could be doing more to engage with others at this time, and wonders whether we can learn from other, not necessarily Christian, organisations.
Customers will again be able to buy their Christmas cards and books from Revelation Christian Resource Centre in Norwich, which will reopen when lockdown ends.
A Norwich church will be staging 12 showings of a Nativity Show from the Christian Saltmine Theatre Company in the run-up to Christmas and is now taking bookings.
As Samaritans Purse celebrates a record year for creating shoeboxes for children online, Trish Ellse from Alive Church in Wymondham encourages churches to get involved.
The Annual Meeting of Community Chaplaincy Norfolk (CCN) was held yesterday and shared news of the 57 people supported by the charity this year on release from prison.
Suzanne Cooke has been reflecting on how rapidly political climates can change, and how such changes in 1930’s Europe prompted a young Dutch woman to take action.
A new venture aiming to help support two causes that have suffered from the impact of lockdown has been launched by Norfolk artist Liz Meynell.
Leaders of Beacon church Jonathan and Paige Squirrell are stepping down from their role at the end of this year to work in a freelance capacity to equip people for Christian ministry.
Robbie Bain, who has played a leading role in developing prayer ministry at Light House in Norwich, has brought out a new book through Call to Prayer about healing and wholeness. Gail Halley reports.
A member of Eternity Church in Downham Market is at the centre of a campaign to ensure that no local children go hungry this Christmas.
A crowdfunding page has raised over £43k to enable Mid-Norfolk conference centre Letton Hall to continue serving the Christian community after lockdown.
Church deacon, author and songwriter Matt McChlery, a member of a West Norfolk writers’ group, has launched a new Christmas song to share his message of hope and peace.
STN Worship is a collective of songwriters and musicians who serve the worship life at STN Church, Norwich. They have an album set to release at the end of January. In the run up, we are releasing three singles, the first of which comes out in November.