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One hundred years ago, a Christian revival started in Lowestoft and swept across East Anglia, and a Briston man is telling the story in a series of videos.
Two Norfolk churches and a Christian conference centre have received part of almost £5m worth of government grants to be given out to arts and heritage groups across Norfolk.
In spite of the pandemic, the Julian Centre in Norwich is moving steadily forward with plans to create a renewed centre of prayer, education and hospitality as it prepares for the 650th anniversary of the Shewings in 2023.
As the Rt Rev Alan Hopes, Bishop of East Anglia, blessed the oils at the Chrism Mass, he spoke of how they were a powerful sign of the Lord’s presence among us.
Supporters of YMCA Norfolk have raised over £4,000 in aid of youth homelessness by sleeping in cardboard boxes, bathtubs, on kitchen floors, in warehouses and in gardens as part of national Sleep Easy event 2021.
A dozen historic Norfolk churches have benefited to the tune of £67,000 for vital repairs thanks to the latest round of grants from the Norfolk Churches Trust.
Norfolk Churches Trust has warmly welcomed an extension to a VAT tax concession until March 2022.
YMCA Norfolk is asking you to give up your own bed for one night to join with hundreds of others in a nationwide Sleep Easy event to raise money for and awareness of youth homelessness.
Emergency repair grants of more than half a million pounds have been awarded to 28 historic churches in Norfolk.
Churches Together in England are running webinars to address resistance to vaccination among Christian communities.
Rev Helen Garrard, Lead Chaplain for Norfolk Community Health and Care is holding a weekly two-hour online prayer meeting following on from a 24-hour prayer vigil for all NHS acute and community services and other care providers.
A recent survey by Belsey Bridge Conference Centre near the Norfolk/Suffolk border has revealed that 91% of their customers say they do not believe that video conferencing will replace face-to-face contact.
A poignant memorial inside Norwich Anglican Cathedral bears silent witness to the more than 1,000 people who have now died from Covid-19 across Norfolk.
The annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2021 takes place next week (January 18-25) including initiatives in Norwich, King’s Lynn, Long Stratton, Poringland and Watton.
The Bishop of Norwich has said that 90% of churches across the Diocese of Norwich will take their services online-only during the current third national lockdown, despite government regulations allowing them to remain open for public worship.
In his new year message, Chair of the Methodist Church East Anglia District, Rev Julian Pursehouse, says that this is a time to embrace and embody hope.
A 20-year tax “concession” to help meet repair costs of places of worship could be lost from April, a leading Norfolk church conservation charity has warned.
Whether in the church building itself or in the churchyard, in a car park or a community garden, churches across Norfolk are going ahead with Christmas services this year.
Eight churches across Norfolk will share £25,500 in the latest grants from the Norfolk Churches Trust, made possible by a record-breaking £170,000 raised by the annual Churches Bike Ride in September.
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