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Historic England has awarded a grant of £400,000 towards the repair of Grade I listed Becket’s Chapel in Wymondham, Norfolk.
St Peter’s Church in Merton has created a video called ‘Music and Heritage – a history of our Churches and Music.’
Members of Harvest Centre Church in Brandon witnessed their building being saved from an approaching fire as prayers went up and the wind died down.
A five-acre meadow, just a few miles from Norwich is now open for use, free of charge, by Christian and other groups.
Butterflies is a weekly group for women, who may be vulnerable for different reasons, to enjoy a safe space relax meet with old friends and make new ones. The group is run by Alive Church.
St Mary’s Church in Attleborough will hold a hymn marathon to raise funds for its project to create a centre of excellence for music in the region.
For the first time, two outstanding Norfolk sopranos, Emma Nuule and Catherine Joule, are coming together to perform a charity concert.
The Angles Way Filling Station is putting on a special outdoor midsummer event to attract those interested in exploring Christian faith.
Wymondham-based charity Raise Kids will once again be putting on a Monopoly Live Challenge to raise money for its projects.
Waveney Foodbank, which covers an area of Norfolk and Suffolk equivalent in size to Greater Manchester, has issued an urgent appeal for help.
David Males will be leading a series of retreats at the Quiet Waters Christian Centre in Bungay on the theme of ‘seeking God’s healing grace’.
The innovative With Community at the former All Hallows Convent at Ditchingham is set to close its doors, with staff made redundant after a lack of bookings.
A village church in Norfolk is creating a new community centre after buying a redundant brush factory.
Waveney foodbank, based at Eye Airfield near Diss has received a Covid 19 resilience blue plaque from HM Deputy Lieutenant of Norfolk, Rev Matthew Hutton.
Over 40 people from half-a-dozen different churches gathered at the Market Cross in the centre of Wymondham on Sunday evening (March 20) to pray for peace.
A service of Remembrance, Thanksgiving and Hope, and the dedication on an oak tree in memory of all those who have died from Covid 19, was held at All Saints church in Wreningham, South Norfolk, on Sunday (March 20).
Church leaders Anna and David Lloyd, from Shotesham St Mary in South Norfolk, have offered to take in a Ukrainian family under the government’s new Homes for Ukraine scheme.
The With Community in Ditchingham, which provides rural retreats for youth groups and leaders, is currently looking for more members.
A couple from New Zealand will be arriving in February to join the team at the Quiet Waters Christian Retreat Centre in Bungay.
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