Christian church and ministry leaders are invited to the next Transforming Norwich lunch to be held at the Matthew Project on Oak Street in Norwich on May 25.
The Transforming Norwich steering group are inviting Christian leaders to meet together in-person for the first time in 18 months to share lunch and to encourage and pray for one another.
Transforming Norwich will hold its next ministers and Christian leaders meeting on Zoom on Wednesday June 30.
Bishop of Norwich Graham Usher answered questions from an ecumenical gathering of church ministers and leaders at a Transforming Norwich online meeting last week. Hear what he had to say.
Will the church ever be the same again once the pandemic finishes and does God even want it to be? That was the question posed by Rev Tim Yau at yesterday's Transforming Norwich online meeting.
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.
Former Rector of Holy Trinity Brompton (HTB), and Alpha Course pioneer, Rev Sandy Millar, shared some insights into church leadership and renewal at a lunch for Christian leaders organised by Transforming Norwich last week
"Life without God is nothing," Rev Ian Dyble, from St Thomas Norwich, told 30 church ministers and ministry leaders at the latest Transforming Norwich leaders’ lunch at the King’s Centre in Norwich on December 6.
The importance of prayer and making time to listen to God was the message of Oak Grove Community Church senior leader Darren Woodward to Christian leaders at the latest Transforming Norwich lunch on October 4.
The AGM of ecumenical churches group Transforming Norwich yesterday (July 6) heard the Bishop of Norwich talk about prayer and the executive team outline the past year and its future plans.
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