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Hope Community Church in Wymondham is excited to be hosting the Kingdom Come Conference on January 25.
Call to Prayer has announced the start of a six-week discipleship school starting in early January in Norwich, exploring destiny, calling and identity in Christ.
A free training session to take trustees through their legal accountabilities and to answer questions will be held at Watton Pentecostal Church in February run by Advice For The Voluntary Sector, a support organisation for charities and churches.
Inspired by the school at Bethel Church, the Day School of Supernatural Life will be launching in January 2020 at Hope Community Church, Wymondham.
The first Bethel Basic Sozo Training to be held in Norfolk will take place in February at Hope Church in Diss with the UK leaders of the international healing and deliverance ministry, Christine and David West.
Over the next six months the Quiet Waters Christian Retreat House, close to Bungay, is hosting a four art-based day retreats reflecting on the gift of creativity and giving opportunities to create.
A new evening course which promises to cover the entire Bible in 18 evenings is set to start in Norwich on Monday September 23. Course leader Rev Matthew Hutton explains.
YMCA Norfolk has taken ownership of the E-learning Service which provides online education to help pupils reintegrate back into school or continue with exams.
Connect4Life is celebrating its ten year anniversary by launching two new free initiatives; a video series to help people dealing with major life challenges and resources to equip people to connect with God in everyday life
Norwich Christian youth project ENYP is offering a creative course for girls aged 11 - 18 to help build their self esteem.
Compass Careers, a Norfolk-based business founded by two Christians, is offering people a 3-day break in Devon this May to evaluate their career and be inspired to make positive decisions about their future.
Last week The Way of the Spirit Bible college moved out of its Norfolk base at Framingham Earl Hall, near Norwich, after seven blessed years and into a new permanent base in Uganda.
Call to Prayer has launched an online shop where booklets, CDs and DVDs of Bible teaching from the group are available to buy online for the first time.
The Way of the Spirit, runs a range of Bible teaching and training course from its base in South Norfolk, with links across the world.
2015: The most complex job in church on a Sunday morning is… sound engineer. And the most important part of the sound engineer’s job is not working the mixing desk. Ian Boughton reports.
2013: Spiritual passion combined with professional excellence is the key to successful management of community engagement projects for churches and Christian organisations, a Tearfund-led training day in Norwich heard last Friday
2011: Quilting, poetry, church history– the diverse courses run by the Norwich Centre for Christian Learning are attracting people from across East Anglia.
2010: A high-profile Norfolk clergyman has just launched a website offering hundreds of articles, training courses and several books to download for free.
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