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The Christian Cambridge-based web technology company which has supported the Network Norfolk website for the past 16 years has rebranded its church website, communications, administration and finance platform.
The team at St Thomas Church Norwich (STN) have put together some Lent resources for children and their families.
A series of six booklets exploring the relationship between Christian faith and some of the most pressing issues of our time has been launched, for free, by the diocese.
Christian charity Lifewords has launched a new free Bible resource for Easter that tells the story of the women who witnessed Jesus’ death, and what happened next.
Two Christians working in adult social care are asking churches across Norfolk to join a new taskforce called Community Spirit, helping people who have no support network with one-off jobs that will enable them to return home from hospital.
Christian charity Lifewords is helping churches and individuals experience the Bible’s Nativity story in ways that are accessible to all this year through its free booklet resource OUTSIDE/IN.
C4L's latest hard-hitting video on addictions has been released and it is an excellent free resource to anybody who is working with people with addictions of all kinds.
2018: The Bishop of Norwich has launched a new online toolkit designed to open up churches as creative classrooms, enabling schools across the country to deliver cross-curricular lessons within the inspiring surroundings of local churches.
2017: Former drugs addict and smuggler Clint Holmes, who now lives in Norwich, features in a new booklet called Try Praying – A Little Book for Prisoners.
2017: A free ministry resource Connect4Life is available to Norfolk churches to help Christians reach out to people who are unconnected and disconnected to Christian understanding.
2016: A new low-cost online resource for outreach and discipleship has just been made available based around the theme “connection brings life” and is now being offered to churches across Norfolk.
2013: United Christian Broadcasters have visited Norwich to raise the profile of their evangelistic LookingforGod.com website and are appealing to Norfolk churches to join them in their mission to reach more people with the Christian message.
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