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Norwich’s Old Meeting House Congregational Church is making the most of the 2016 Heritage Open Days by staging more events than any other church in the city, hoping to attract 1,000 visitors to the chapel established by the Puritans in the 17th century.
The Rocking Bishop (AKA the Rt Revd Jonathan Meyrick, Bishop of Lynn) performed his Christmas single live outside St Stephen's church in Norwich on December 23 as part of outdoor carol singing that raised over £130 for Christian Aid and the Ebola crisis
An exciting project at St Peter Mancroft Church will reveal the rich heritage of bell-ringing in Norwich, helped by a new book giving a historical account telling the stories of local bell ringers.
Senior students from Notre Dame High School, Norwich continue to support the 'Handicapped Children’s Trust'(HCPT) through their pilgrimages to Lourdes and are assisted by the Catenian Association
All Saints’ Centre, in Norwich city centre, is set to close at the end of June after 35 years of service to the local community when its trustees decided it could no longer afford to be kept open following prolonged financial difficulties.
As Fresh Expressions of church boom in Norfolk, Revd. Heather Cracknell shares her experience of working on a new housing estate in Cringleford, exploring Fresh Expressions of church by creating places for people to meet and promoting ways to live well.
Norwich market’s charity stall on the Haymarket is to be transformed into a home in an attempt to get local people thinking about the plight of homeless people in the UK.
A group of Christians who threw a Christmas party for homeless and lonely people on a double decker bus in the centre of Norwich had a great time and created quite a stir in the local media.
Playing God and Engineering Life was the theme of internationally recognised biologist Professor Sir Brian Heap FRS as he spoke on Science and Ethics in Norwich on Monday night.
Norwich Cathedral played host to acting royalty this week (June 20), as Dame Judi Dench visited the Cathedral to launch the Young Norfolk Arts Festival.
One of Norwich’s most historic city centre buildings is going on sale after 130 years of helping to provide accommodation, leisure and sports facilities for a wide variety of young people.
Norwich Family Life Church is set to return to its spiritual home on Heartsease Lane in the city seven years after the Mount Zion Family Life Centre was destroyed by a devastating fire.
Packed churches over Easter have led both local and national newspapers to question Norwich’s new title as “the most godless city in the country”.
As the 850-year-old bones of 17 suspected victims of religious persecution were buried in a moving service at the Jewish Cemetery at Norwich this week, an Anglican bishop expressed repentance and sorrow on behalf of the Christian community.
Holy Trinity Brompton (HTB) curate Ian Dyble and his wife Jo are returning to Norfolk after a five-year absence to lead a church revival project at St Thomas Heigham in Norwich.
Two Holocaust survivors have paid tribute to the heroism of Norwich missionary Elsie Tilney, over 70 years after she bravely helped to save them and others from the Nazis.
The Mothers Union in the Norwich Diocese have been working hard this month to buy, wrap and send Christmas gifts to the children of 45 prisoners in East Anglian prisons as part of The Prison Fellowship's Angel Tree programme.
The Eagle pub on Newmarket Road, Norwich hosted its popular carol service again this year, aided by the Vicar of St Andrew’s Eaton, Phil Rodd and the St Andrew’s Singers.
Norwich is set to see the birth of a new monastic-style Christian community early in the new year.
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