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Norwich Foodbank has published a new Welcome video online to help people understand what it does and how they can support it.
As the lockdown starts to ease, and a version of normality returns, Andy Bryant reminds us that there are many things we need to remember, and lessons to learn.
Almost all Catholic churches across Norfolk are re-opening their doors for collective public worship this weekend following the relaxation of government guidelines.
The Deans of Norwich’s two cathedrals have welcomed the resumption of public worship after nearly three months and, along with a number of city churches, will be throwing open their doors to the public this weekend.
The Great Yarmouth Pathway Café and Support Centre is recruiting a Charity Manager to co-ordinate its volunteers serving those in need within its community.
In her prayers for this week, Jill Gower from the Call to Prayer ministry invites us to see the opportunities ahead, so that we can help to bring forth something better.
The Catholic churches in Cromer and Sheringham will be re-opening for Mass from Sunday July 4, although most other churches in the area will be continuing with their on-line and other “at home” acts of worship.
Will the church ever be the same again once the pandemic finishes and does God even want it to be? That was the question posed by Rev Tim Yau at yesterday's Transforming Norwich online meeting.
The Diocese of Norwich has announced the appointment of Richard Cranmer as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of its St Benet’s Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) and Robert Connelly as Headteacher of Archbishop Sancroft High School (ASHS).
Rooted in God is the latest offering from the Motorcycling Reverend, Patrick Coghlan, which has just been released as an e-book.
Ruth Lilley has been de-cluttering, and has discovered new benefits as a result.
Boris Johnson and Kier Starmer have paid tribute to churches across the country for their efforts in responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
Reed People, a Sheringham-based charity which works in an area of Uganda called Lumpewe to promote education, health, and community, has launched an urgent appeal for funds to feed that community during the coronavirus crisis.
Hundreds of people turned up in their cars for a drive-through prayer session at Soul Church in Norwich on Sunday afternoon.
Last night the government released guidelines which will allow places of worship across Norfolk to re-open from Saturday July 4.
Customers enjoying pizza from a Norwich restaurant will now be able to relax in the grounds of a nearby church.
YMCA Norfolk is looking for a Housing Engagement Worker and a Pathways Engagement Worker, both based in Norwich.
David Patey responds to last week’s opinion column by James Knight entitled ‘Christians should rise above identity politics’ and shares his thoughts on our relationships with each other.
Plagues and pandemics have afflicted human societies throughout the ages. Read the report on Professor Bob White's talk on the pandemic from a scientific and theological perspective.