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The Fountain of Life Church in Ashill is bringing Christmas alive with an all-senses journey through the Christmas story.
As we move into a new season North Breckland Youth for Christ is finding innovative ways to engage with young people.
Green Pastures Christian bookshop in Dereham is holding a Christmas Events Week. The managers, Irene Humphrey and Helen Cockburn, explain.
Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is offering a free, three-session course that equips people with the skills they need to effectively manage their money well.
Nurturing change and growing hope as a beacon of light on a Thetford housing estate is a mission that Rev Matt Houghton wholeheartedly embraces.
Christian youthwork in Norfolk made a remarkable comeback this summer as several churches teamed up to launch the Campfire Festival.
Letton Hall Conference Centre is fully open again after refurbishment works and raising more than £50,000 through a crowdfunding campaign.
The Jesus Fest Conference is taking place in August at Burton Manor Barn in mid Norfolk and is appealing for spare tents.
Christian retirement home Quebec Hall at Dereham, in Mid Norfolk, is to hold an Open Day and Service of Thanksgiving on September 18.
A Mid Norfolk Christian bookshop has just launched an online store to make its books and other products more accessible to a wider range of people.
Wellspring Church in Dereham, Swaffham Baptist Church, and Fakenham Salvation Army centre have provided the bases for a record-breaking year at Mid-Norfolk Foodbank.
The Fountain of Life Church, Ashill, will soon be welcoming a new curate, Adam Poole, together with his wife Martha, and their daughter Sofia.
Kelly Strong, a Registered Nurse living in Dereham, is leading a project to move Kenyan children out of institutions and into families.
Green Pastures Christian Bookshop in Dereham is now open and selling books, cards and DVDs from 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday.
The young couple behind a new church in Thetford say a pandemic is the ideal time to plant a new congregation as this should be the time that churches are actually made for.
From care for the homeless to a drive-in Christingle, St Mary’s Watton has found imaginative ways to keep serving its local community.
A crowdfunding page has raised over £43k to enable Mid-Norfolk conference centre Letton Hall to continue serving the Christian community after lockdown.
The Mid-Norfolk branch of Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is offering free debt help to local people facing money problems and says it’s important to get help now before the cold winter drives up fuel bills
The Fountain of Life Church in Ashill will be running its third Doors of Hope Conference on November 14 from 11.30am to 4pm. This year it will be hosted on Zoom.
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