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What is an effective church?
Robert Ashton wonders how essential our church premises are for our churches to function successfully. More ...
An appreciation of Ed Ellis, a kind encourager 
Ed Ellis, who with his wife Suzie was a former warden of the Quiet Waters Christian Retreat House, died peacefully on June 21. Dan Waite pays tribute. More ...
Norwich Foodbank releases video about its work 
Norwich Foodbank has published a new Welcome video online to help people understand what it does and how they can support it. More ...
Church and Tenant Empowerment Worker
Hope Into Action has a vacancy for a part time Church and Tenant Empowerment Worker in Great Yarmouth. More ...
People of God have much to remember
As the lockdown starts to ease, and a version of normality returns, Andy Bryant reminds us that there are many things we need to remember, and lessons to learn. More ...
Norfolk Catholic churches re-open their doors
Almost all Catholic churches across Norfolk are re-opening their doors for collective public worship this weekend following the relaxation of government guidelines. More ...
Two Norwich cathedrals re-open doors to public worship
The Deans of Norwich’s two cathedrals have welcomed the resumption of public worship after nearly three months and, along with a number of city churches, will be throwing open their doors to the public this weekend. More ...
Great Yarmouth Pathway - Charity Manager
The Great Yarmouth Pathway Café and Support Centre is recruiting a Charity Manager to co-ordinate its volunteers serving those in need within its community. More ...
A journey from self-centred to vision-centred
In her prayers for this week, Jill Gower from the Call to Prayer ministry invites us to see the opportunities ahead, so that we can help to bring forth something better. More ...
North Norfolk Catholics return to worship
The Catholic churches in Cromer and Sheringham will be re-opening for Mass from Sunday July 4, although most other churches in the area will be continuing with their on-line and other “at home” acts of worship. More ...
What's the church's future after the pandemic?
Diocese of Norwich names new education chiefs
Aylsham pastor’s book gives spiritual refreshment
Decluttering the mind to make room for God
Johnson and Starmer praise churches' crisis efforts
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N Norfolk Christians launch urgent Uganda appeal
Celebrating the work of our united Christian community
Hundreds drive-thru for prayer at Norwich church
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