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It is 400 years since the Mayflower's pioneering voyage, which saw the Pilgrims sailing to America to seek religious freedom. A Norwich author is editing a book, to be published later this year, to commemorate this anniversary.
A Norwich Salvation Army officer is helping draw thousands of people to online church services with his popular keep-fit videos as Major Motivator.
For the past few years the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have encouraged ten days of concentrated prayer from Ascension Day to Pentecost (May 21 -31). A local Christian group encourages you to join in.
Even though the church building closed in mid March, Christ Church in Eaton has thrown its virtual doors wide open for business and the church has been active in the community, too.
For nine decades the Friends of Norwich Cathedral have been true champions of the historic landmark, and the group’s 90th anniversary will be celebrated with a special digital service
Over fifty people joined a meeting organised by Science and Faith in Norfolk exploring the contested idea of “Natural Moral Law”.
A Norwich pastor is seeking an illustrator to take on a new project and supply the artwork to go alongside his completed manuscript.
Norwich Cathedral’s musicians are offering to record organ music for Churches across Norfolk to help with their digital worship.
The landmark Open Youth Venue in Norwich has closed its doors for the final time after the Trust behind it was placed into voluntary liquidation earlier this week.
If there ever was a time to pray it’s now! Norfolk-based Call to Prayer group has released a booklet of declarations and prayers for our nation.
While the Coronavirus pandemic has stopped Norwich Cathedral’s choristers from performing in concerts and services this Easter, the young people have not let the situation stop them from making music.
During Holy Week the Light House in Norwich is presenting a series of Easter meditations on Facebook Live.
While Norwich Anglican Cathedral’s historic building remains closed to help combat the spread of Covid-19, the Dean and Chapter will be helping people to mark Holy Week and Easter with a variety of videos and podcasts to aid worship.
Elspeth Rushbrook, a Norwich Christian author, artist and musician who recently publicly left the Church of England, is offering her own music and some readings at sundown on Good Friday to launch her new entirely independent church, Between the Stools.
The Christian charity House of Genesis has been given the use of an additional four-bed house in Thorpe St Andrew, enabling it to provide support for some of the most vulnerable members of our society at this critical time.
On Easter Saturday (April 11) there will be a ritual procession through the heart of Norwich to honour the creatures that have become endangered, and remember some that have already been lost.
A Norwich church is embarking on a creative way to involve the local community in sharing in the Easter story.
The 1000 Hours initiative from Gateway Vineyard in Norwich is up and running again this Lent with four Norfolk primary schools joining the “revolution of kindness”.
On Ash Wednesday priests across the Diocese of East Anglia placed ashes on the foreheads of parishioners to mark the beginning of the season of Lent.
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