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The Salvation Army’s Toys and Tins Appeal across Norfolk has seen a 37 per cent increase in referrals for vulnerable children from social services, schools and support groups with more expected before Christmas.
On the anniversary of the Paris Agreement Christian climate activists in Norwich are set to stage a 12-hour vigil outside St Peter Mancroft.
YMCA Norfolk is looking for a Chef and a Catering Assistant both at its Stepping Stones Cafe in Norwich city centre.
New emergency accommodation for an extra two young rough sleepers has been provided in Norwich by YMCA Norfolk.
The Diocese of Norwich is facing a significant fall in parish income in the light of Covid-19 and has announced a review which aims to cut costs and reduce both clergy numbers and the number of churches open for regular worship.
The Matthew Project says that 2020 is one of the most challenging years it has ever faced due to the Covid-19 pandemic and a real increase in mental health issues and substance misuse especially alcohol abuse.
Green Pastures Christian Bookshop in Dereham is now open and selling books, cards and DVDs from 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday.
The Norfolk Christian Football League adult and three youth leagues are set to resume after its lockdown 2.0 break, on Saturday December 5.
Many churches across Norfolk are reopening for worship today as lockdown lifts. Numbers, however, will be limited by government restrictions.
As James Knight recalls his own journey to faith, he urges us to adopt a positive approach when sharing your beliefs with others.
A different look at the bible story of the feeding of the 5000 has sparked an idea for an art installation at Norwich Cathedral whereby people decorate a pebble and make a pledge to live differently.
The foodbank run by the churches in Martham have introduced a Reverse Advent calendar, to encourage people to donate those treats which food parcel recipients often cannot afford to buy.
Celebrate the first night of Chanukah with the Messianic Synagogue in Norwich. Join with them online for a live stream of the service.
Roy Roberts, a member of St Stephens Church in Norwich, will be running 300 miles during December raise money for free meals.
Nick Blanch, Director of Norwich Youth for Christ, had a moment recently when he realised that God was speaking. He shares how this is just one of many encouraging signs.
Every year, Norwich Open Christmas provides food and company for people who would otherwise be on their own, and this year is no exception, although it will look a little different.
Renowned Norfolk evangelist, author and businessman John Wright died peacefully on Sunday night. Colleague and friend Barrie Lawrence pays tribute.
The UK Government wants to engage with faith groups in England and has asked for the views of people of faith, church leaders and public servants, among others, to help it decide the best way forward.
Hannah Worsley from Norwich Foodbank will be representing community in the Christmas lights switch on this year as her team ramps up for Christmas.