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Paul and Paula Weston, leaders of New Generation Church South East London, will be the guest speakers at the next Heartbeat event in Poringland.
The headteacher of an award-winning complex needs school in South Norfolk has revealed the faith and prayer that helped to win a ten-year battle to complete the £14m state-of-the-art school.
A life-sized Nativity Tableau has been constructed outside a South Norfolk church and has been attracting admiring glances from passers-by.
Hope Church is seeking nominations for people in the community who may appreciate a lovely surprise gift this Christmas.
The Bishop of East Anglia, Rt Rev Alan Hopes, has celebrated Mass at Holy Trinity Parish, Diss, with new parish priest, Father Alex Anaman, who arrived in Norfolk from Ghana in West Africa in August.
Integrate Youth For Christ in Diss is marking its tenth birthday and has issued an open invitation to join them at a celebration event on October 12.
The pastor of a South Norfolk Tin Tabernacle has described how his rural church is thriving, through Open the Book outreach, good links with the community and enthusiastic worship, and appeals for a projector to aid their services.
Last summer the Sisters of the Community of All Hallows held a Dragon’s Den style event to find a new occupier for the site. The exciting new plans have been agreed and have the support of the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby.
The “Summer of Spirituality” at All Saints Church in Hethel moves into autumn with two very different events – a Taize evening and a talk on “God and Money”.
A 10-strong team, all from Hope Community Church Wymondham, has helped shine out a message of hope and faith at a thriving Christian school in the Czech Republic.
During the summer holidays ENYP and Wymondham Youth Bus partnered together to deliver a range of youth work, ‘pop up’ provision and engagement opportunities in locations across the county.
Bungay parish priest, Father Charles Fitzgerald-Lombard, had a narrow escape at the weekend as violent winds blew a stone cross onto the roof of St Edmund’s church sacristy while he was in there.
This summer ENYP and Wymondham Youth Bus will be working in partnership together to reach out to communities across Norfolk and beyond.
Waveney Foodbank, which covers south Norfolk, has issued an emergency appeal for food donations as dwindling stocks meaning they could run out in two months.
A South Norfolk church is offering its office printer free to a good home.
South Norfolk’s Hope Church campaigned to save a disused club in Harleston so it could be turned into a church and community facility, but as diggers move in and demolish the building the church declares no hard feelings.
With faith, joy and unity, the congregation of a small Baptist church in South Norfolk has overcome the enormous financial and practical challenge of rebuilding their chapel after it was found to be at serious risk of falling down. Jenny Seal reports.
Chef Alin Radu and his wife Gabriela are gaining rave reviews for the chef quality food and friendly service dished up by their new business, Radu’s Keswick Café, a mobile food trailer situated in Keswick, south of Norwich.
New figures show 60,000 emergency meals were given to local people by Waveney Foodbank in the last 12 months that’s enough for one meal for every person living in Harleston, Diss, Loddon, Long Stratton, Eye, Beccles, Bungay and a number of other villages.
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