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As part of Interfaith Week from November 8 to 15, the Community Safety Trust are organising a series of webinars that cover all of the key elements of security for places of worship.
There are two new Bible training opportunities with the Norfolk-based Way of the Spirit Bible College starting in the next few days.
A one-day intensive Young Leaders Conference, which aims to provide a foundation for Christ-centred leadership in the community, is set to be run by Celebrate Norwich and Norfolk in Norwich in October with a high quality line-up of speakers.
General Lord Dannatt and Norfolk Police Chief Constable Simon Bailey will be talking about leadership and the Covid-19 crisis as part of a free webinar on Thursday September 3.
Pastor Jon Norman of SOUL Church, also chaplain for Norwich City Football Club, has started a free podcast to help leaders navigate through these challenging times with confidence, lifting up those around them along the way.
A new online course for those considering their work options or changing jobs is being offered by Compass Careers, a Norfolk-based business founded by two Christians.
A new free online podcast promises to cover 'The Adventure of God's Grand Story' over 18 weeks, starting on Monday April 27. Course leader Rev Matthew Hutton, from St Barnabas (part of St Thomas Norwich), explains.
In early March, Richard George, Director of Norfolk-based The Way of the Spirit, led a team of five to run the first The Way of the Spirit conference in the DR Congo, just as coronavirus was beginning to dominate the news bulletins.
The Way of the Spirit will be holding its next teaching day on Saturday April 11 online.
An ecumenical team including a Franciscan Friar, a URC Minister, a reader in training, two Anglican Priests and a team of people from Letton Hall are set to provide a series of Guided Retreats at the Mid Norfolk Christian conference centre.
Who Cares Mission will be organising a training event in March for anyone who wants to share the Gospel with their community.
A new evening course which promises to cover the entire Bible in 18 evenings is set to start in Norwich on Monday September 23. Course leader Rev Matthew Hutton explains.
YMCA Norfolk has taken ownership of the E-learning Service which provides online education to help pupils reintegrate back into school or continue with exams.
Connect4Life is celebrating its ten year anniversary by launching two new free initiatives; a video series to help people dealing with major life challenges and resources to equip people to connect with God in everyday life
Norwich Christian youth project ENYP is offering a creative course for girls aged 11 - 18 to help build their self esteem.
Last week The Way of the Spirit Bible college moved out of its Norfolk base at Framingham Earl Hall, near Norwich, after seven blessed years and into a new permanent base in Uganda.
Call to Prayer has launched an online shop where booklets, CDs and DVDs of Bible teaching from the group are available to buy online for the first time.
The Way of the Spirit, runs a range of Bible teaching and training course from its base in South Norfolk, with links across the world.
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