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The Welcome Directory is a multi-faith charity that helps faith communities to offer welcome to people leaving prison. Norfolk churches are among those who are invited to register to make a commitment.
Faith leaders from across East Anglia took part in an official blessing at the official opening of the extended and renovated East Anglian Air Ambulance operational base and HQ at Norwich Airport on September 10.
Thanks to the generosity of people across Norfolk and Waveney, the Bishop of Norwich’s Refugee Fund has received nearly £36,000 in the past fortnight, to help the arriving and expected new refugees from Afghanistan. The Diocese of Norwich is administering
A Norwich church which is collecting clothes for Afghan refugees who will be resettled in Norfolk has been overwhelmed with donations and is now looking for volunteers to help sort them.
Hope into Action is a Christian charity whose unique purpose is to enable churches to house the homeless, and their work is expanding across Norfolk as well as other parts of the UK.
Norfolk churches are joining in efforts to help resettle Afghan refugees in the county following the current crisis and air evacuation with a refugee fund set up and a clothing donation hub established.
The Mothers' Union Norwich Diocese has committed to extend the work it has done over the past five years welcoming Syrian refugee families to Norfolk to help those escaping the current turmoil in Afghanistan.
Pastor Edmond Chi Wai Tsui has retired after serving the Chinese Methodist congregation in Norwich for 14 years. Rev Nigel Fox writes an appreciation.
The Festival Pastors team at the Latitude music festival were able to assist over 800 people during the recent event in Suffolk and want to thank those who prayed for their work.
This year’s Bike Ride in aid of the Norfolk Churches Trust will take place next month, and we are all invited to pump up our tyres or dust off our walking boots to help preserve the county’s wonderful church buildings.
Three YMCA Norfolk projects and staff members have been shortlisted as semi-finalists for the 2021 YMCA England and Wales Youth Matters Awards and are looking for your support.
The Matthew Project has formed a new partnership with the NHS to support armed forces veterans who are experiencing mental health problems.
After spending most of the last four years studying at the Pontifical Beda College in Rome, Deacon Michael Smith was ordained a priest in the Catholic Diocese of East Anglia on Saturday July 3.
Twelve people were ordained Deacons and six ordained as Priests over three socially-distanced services in Norwich Anglican Cathedral on June 26 and 27.
The Rt Revd Dr Jane Steen has been consecrated as Bishop of Lynn in front of 250 people at Norwich Cathedral. She is the first woman bishop in Norfolk and Waveney and the first suffragan bishop to have been consecrated in Norwich Cathedral.
The missionary organisation OMF is putting on a training event for Christian youth workers and their friends.
A new waymarked walking route between Norwich and Walsingham is being launched to celebrate the tradition of pilgrimage.
Representatives of 23 charities gathered at Norwich Cathedral for the launch of a 375-mile fundraising walking challenge.
Fiona Gosden has moved to Norfolk to take up a role with a local organisation. As a wheelchair user she urges Norfolk churches to consider how welcoming and accessible they really are.
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