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A Norwich church's free community pantry scheme has fed a record 211 people from 55 families in the last week as it expands to meet increased demands.
A Norwich church pastor has spoken out against racism close to home in the light of the death of George Floyd at the hands of policemen in Minneapolis.
The current Covid-19 lockdown and its effects are one of the hardest things Gateway Vineyard pastor Craig Deal has ever had to cope with as a church leader, he told this week’s Transforming Norwich online meeting.
“Heaven – Reality or Delusion?” is a short book offering a personal and biblical perspective by retired vicar Rev Jess Stubenbord. It asks the question “Is there life after death or is death life’s end station?”
A Crossroads Retreat is for you when you sense something is changing in your life but are not clear about the way ahead. Join these online retreats to help discern the way.
Anne Simpson, a Pentecostal pastor living in Thrigby on the Norfolk Broads, had a vision two years ago for creating a refuge for women and children in Malawi. She is now seeing it turn into a reality.
The Bishop of Lynn, Rt Rev Jonathan Meyrick, is set to retire from his post next January, it was announced during a first-ever virtual Diocese of Norwich Synod yesterday.
The next in the series of talks to mark the 600th anniversary of poet and priest Richard Caister is by Dr Carole Hill who speaks about Norwich as a centre of female spirituality and literary production in the late middle ages.
The challenges of being a funeral director during a pandemic are significant writes Norwich Christian director Kevin Cobbold.
The Cromer and District Foodbank has experienced a substantial increase in demand for food supplies this Spring, with families in particular needing help, and they have adapted their procedures in order to cope.
A Norfolk-based Christian counsellor is one of a trio who have launched a free support service for people who are being impacted by Covid-19.
Jill Gower from the Call to Prayer ministry offers some words for us to pray with in these times of turmoil
As we start to emerge from the worst effects of the coronavirus pandemic, Philip Young is urging us to ensure that the “new normal” is one which cares for God’s creation as well as each other.
A youth worker at Oak Grove Community Church is running at least 10km on each of the first 29 days of June and finishing with a half marathon on June 30.
Revelation, the Christian resource centre for Norwich, is set to open its doors again to the public from July 1.
How well do you know Norfolk? is the question being asked at a Quarantine Quiz being hosted by the Matthew Project on June 11 to raise funds for its vital work with those affected by drugs and alcohol misuse.
Regular contributor Andy Bryant is heeding the Government’s advice to Stay Alert, but points out that, as Christians, we should always be alert anyway.
Pope Francis will take part in an online church service alongside the Archbishops of Canterbury and York and a number of other senior UK church leaders for the first time online on Pentecost Sunday, May 31.
In March, shortly before the coronavirus lockdown hit the UK, Suffolk couple David and Manuela Pawson were heading for Japan as missionaries with OMF International.