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The team at Quiet Waters in Bungay are organising a Zoom retreat entitled ‘One at a Time’ around the theme of hand-stitching.
Waveney Foodbank will be laying out hundreds of kilograms of free food on tables in a Norfolk church for people to take away.
Ringsfield Hall, the Christian activity centre near Beccles, has reached the final of a competition being run by Persimmon Homes to support children’s health and education.
Quiet Waters, the popular Christian Retreat House on the Norfolk-Suffolk border, is re-opening in August for individual guests and couples.
Waveney Foodbank, based at Brome near Diss, is the latest recipient of a large piece of artwork, created by mysterious artist The Hat, which has been sold for £420 to help fund its vital work.
A group of South Norfolk churches has published an online video to keep alive the memory of the buildings until they can be visited again after the lockdown ends.
A group of people from Hope Church in Diss are aiming to travel the distance from John o'Groats to Land’s End and back again to raise money for Christian homeless charity Hope into Action.
A South Norfolk church has objected to plans to build over 40 retirement homes on the site of a former social club in Harleston after it was denied the chance to turn it into a community venue.
The popular Yare Valley Filling Station, formerly in Bergh Apton, is being relaunched with meetings to be held at Poringland Community Centre, from February 21.
Waveney Foodbank is opening a second warehouse to ensure people living in Bungay, Beccles, Halesworth and Poringland are not going hungry after a huge 50% increase in users.
A Bishop, a retired High Court judge and now a local newspaper have urged a Norfolk church community to work together in reconciliation to resolve their differences.
The headteacher of an award-winning complex needs school in South Norfolk has revealed the faith and prayer that helped to win a ten-year battle to complete the £14m state-of-the-art school.
A life-sized Nativity Tableau has been constructed outside a South Norfolk church and has been attracting admiring glances from passers-by.
Hope Church is seeking nominations for people in the community who may appreciate a lovely surprise gift this Christmas.
The Bishop of East Anglia, Rt Rev Alan Hopes, has celebrated Mass at Holy Trinity Parish, Diss, with new parish priest, Father Alex Anaman, who arrived in Norfolk from Ghana in West Africa in August.
Integrate Youth For Christ in Diss is marking its tenth birthday and has issued an open invitation to join them at a celebration event on October 12.
The pastor of a South Norfolk Tin Tabernacle has described how his rural church is thriving, through Open the Book outreach, good links with the community and enthusiastic worship, and appeals for a projector to aid their services.
Last summer the Sisters of the Community of All Hallows held a Dragon’s Den style event to find a new occupier for the site. The exciting new plans have been agreed and have the support of the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby.
The “Summer of Spirituality” at All Saints Church in Hethel moves into autumn with two very different events – a Taize evening and a talk on “God and Money”.
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