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Over 20,000 meals will be provided to hungry families over the school summer holidays thanks to the churches and schools of the Diocese of Norwich.
Cliff Park Community Church in Gorleston has been active in supporting the local community during lockdown, helping with food and meals distribution, as well as on-line services and an Alpha course.
The members of Worstead Baptist Church have been supporting their local community during the current pandemic, with the benefits reaching out across North Norfolk.
Scaffolding, leaks and falling plaster – as well as coronavirus - have not deterred the congregation of Christ Church in Eaton from resuming collective worship. Rosalind Wright reports from the parish
During the last few months during the Covid-19 outbreak ENYP has been unable to deliver its usual programme of clubs and activities, and instead has looked at ways to continue to engage with thousands of children, young people and their families.
St Mary's Church in Kenninghall has been putting on some imaginative activities to inspire the local community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A plea for volunteers has gone out from a community outreach project based at Our Lady and St Thomas of Canterbury church in Wymondham, which has been helping to support and feed 80 vulnerable families a week during lockdown.
A special memorial to those who have died from Coronavirus in Norfolk has been put in place in front of the Nave Altar at Norwich Cathedral.
The team from Norfolk Healing Rooms got to pray for people from eleven countries at a historic online healing conference which overcame Covid-19 restrictions. Ruth Scorey reports.
A Diocese of Norwich Primary Academy teacher’s maths and phonics lessons have been a hit on YouTube, reaching across the globe from their base in West Norfolk.
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.
Staff at Oak Grove Community Church in North Norwich are currently home-working, but they need to update some of their computer resources in order to continue to effectively support their local community.
A new report launched today by the Evangelical Alliance has found that 59% of the UK churches surveyed are reporting a marked increase in people interested in finding out more about the Christian faith.
In this week’s prayers, Jill Gower invites us to look to the Word of God as the source of all truth, and to trust that He is able to carry us through.
A Norwich church's free community pantry scheme has fed a record 211 people from 55 families in the last week as it expands to meet increased demands.
Jill Gower invites us to focus our prayers on those who are struggling financially because of Covid-19, and to have an entrepreneur anointing.
As we face the simultaneous challenges of racism and re-opening, Jill Gower from the Call to Prayer ministry guides us in interceding for our nation.
The challenges of being a funeral director during a pandemic are significant writes Norwich Christian director Kevin Cobbold.
The Cromer and District Foodbank has experienced a substantial increase in demand for food supplies this Spring, with families in particular needing help, and they have adapted their procedures in order to cope.
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