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Dippy the dinosaur’s visit to Norwich Anglican Cathedral has inspired more than 9,000 pledges to protect the planet.
The Norwich Community Gospel Choir helped people to reflect on the Covid-19 pandemic at a concert at St Stephen’s Church in Norwich on Saturday September 28 as part of the church’s After The Storm event.
Until September 25, concerts and an art exhibition at St Stephen's church in Norwich city centre will continue on the theme of "After the Storm? a reflection on the Covid-19 pandemic."
More than 100,000 people have enjoyed visiting the Natural History Museum’s Dippy the dinosaur since he took up residence in Norwich Cathedral’s Nave in July.
A Norwich-based choir, which raises money to support Norfolk churches and other charities, is appealing for new members as it plans to restart rehearsals from early September.
During September, seven artists from the local Norwich20 group will be exhibiting in St Stephen's church in Norwich city centre on the theme of "After the Storm? a reflection on the Covid-19 pandemic."
A Norwich mother and daughter have worked together in an across-the-world collaboration to write a new devotional Christian book about drawing closer to God.
With all eyes on Tokyo for the Olympics and Paralympics, a Suffolk missionary couple working in Japan are hugely encouraged that the nation is being lifted up in prayer around the world.
Beneath the enormous skeleton of Dippy the Dinosaur in Norwich Cathedral, 90 socially-distanced people heard Rev Dr Ernest Lucas explain how science and scripture offer complementary rather than contradictory perspectives on humanity’s place in the world.
To mark the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games in Tokyo on Friday July 23, Japan1Million’s first Global Prayer Gathering will virtually unite Christians from around the world to open the games with prayer.
Dippy the dinosaur has taken up residence at Norwich Anglican Cathedral for the final stop on his nationwide tour and was welcomed in style by cathedral choristers.
Dippy, the Natural History Museum’s iconic dinosaur, has arrived at Norwich Anglican Cathedral and is being rebuilt this week ready for visitors from July 13.
As the Latitude Festival confirmed it will go ahead in late July at full capacity as part of the government’s Covid Event Research Programme, the team behind the Christian Festival Pastors have appealed for prayer support for their work.
A 13-piece orchestra joined the Cathedral Schola singers in a concert made possible by the government’s Cultural Recovery Fund for Heritage, and which celebrated the anniversary of the dedication of St John the Baptist Cathedral in Norwich.
With Dippy the dinosaur’s visit to Norwich Cathedral only a few weeks away, more details have been being revealed for what visitors can expect from the exhibition.
It is often said that the prospect of death concentrates the mind wonderfully. This has been illustrated during the pandemic, and the June meeting of Science Faith Norfolk focused on the medical practice of palliative care in this context.
A documentary about the amazing story of Norwich-based charity Care for Children’s dream to foster one million children in China will be premiered tomorrow night on Sky TV.
Today is the start of the 11 days of the ecumenical global prayer initiative They Kingdom Come, that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus.
Christian men’s festival The Gathering will be streaming free online in June and speakers include musician Graham Kendrick, comedian Steve Legg and Urban Praise Project’s Mark Tate.
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