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The Matthew Project is looking for a Young Adult Outreach Worker (Project Adder) based in Norwich.
The Matthew Project is looking for a Recovery Coordinator (Project Adder) based in Norwich.
A former church treasurer stole £222,000 from St John the Baptist Catholic Cathedral in Norwich, to feed his gambling addiction, and has today been sentenced to 27 months in jail.
For young people in King's Lynn already facing challenges, the pandemic has been the last straw. Church Army officer James Hawksworth has found a way to respond where the need is most acute.
Revd Canon Chris Copsey recently marked ten years in the unusual role of supporting those attending Coroner’s inquests. In a recent webinar organised by the Norwich Interfaith Group she talked about her work.
The Matthew Project is going live with an online charity auction tomorrow night. Sarah King, Fundraising and Events Officer at The Matthew Project, explains what is to be won – both for bidders and for the wider community.
A Christian outdoor therapy centre in South Norfolk featuring goats, chickens and rabbits has just thrown open its doors, using creation to improve the physical, mental and emotional well-being of visitors.
Regular columnist Jane Walters shares her frustrations with using spectacles, but then explains why the choice of specs is of secondary importance.
There are two new Bible training opportunities with the Norfolk-based Way of the Spirit Bible College starting in the next few days.
As the world faces tough environmental challenges, especially in the light of the global pandemic, a group from churches in North Norfolk hosted a successful webinar recently to discuss climate change from a Christian point of view.
Anthony Rossi CBE, who designed the award-winning Church of the Annunciation in Little Walsingham, has died at the age of 88.
Ten historic Norfolk churches have been added to a list of "at risk of being lost” buildings while a further seven have been removed because of positive efforts to save them.
Time Norfolk is organising a vigil for all those who have lost a baby, whether through miscarriage, termination or stillbirth, or in the early months of life.
A retired priest, now living in North Norfolk, has published two new books aimed at helping people to access the Christian faith.
Norwich church and Christian projects leaders are invited to an online Zoom meeting of Transforming Norwich’s Ministers and Leaders Together lunch on Wednesday November 4
Lesley Bradfield, the director of pregnancy loss charity TimeNorfolk is retiring during the first part of 2021 after being part of the charity for 13 years.
The original Norwich Charity Christmas Card shop will be opening in St Peter Mancroft church on Tuesday October 20.
TimeNorfolk is a charitable organisation that puts people at the heart of everything they do. They are looking for an Administrator due to the retirement of their existing Administrator.
TimeNorfolk is a charitable organisation that puts people at the heart of everything they do. They are looking for a new Director due to the retirement of their existing Director in March 2021.