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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.
Rooted in God is the latest offering from the Motorcycling Reverend, Patrick Coghlan, which has just been released as an e-book.
Reed People, a Sheringham-based charity which works in an area of Uganda called Lumpewe to promote education, health, and community, has launched an urgent appeal for funds to feed that community during the coronavirus crisis.
The newly restored church bells and frame are waiting to return to All Saints, Upper Sheringham, but a final push is needed to raise the remaining funds needed to prepare the church tower for their return.
Rev Jack Branford, curate at Aylsham Parish Church, will be leaving to take up a role as chaplain of Gresham’s School in Holt, starting in September.
“Heaven – Reality or Delusion?” is a short book offering a personal and biblical perspective by retired vicar Rev Jess Stubenbord. It asks the question “Is there life after death or is death life’s end station?”
The Cromer and District Foodbank has experienced a substantial increase in demand for food supplies this Spring, with families in particular needing help, and they have adapted their procedures in order to cope.
Two children from Sheringham have taken part in “The Blessing – Kids” sung by a virtual choir of children from all over the UK.
The Methodist Churches in the North Norfolk Circuit are calling on all friends to join them in a Virtual Soup Lunch this Friday to celebrate Christian Aid Week.
A North Norfolk woman has set herself a challenge of walking 300,000 steps in May to make a difference to some of the poorest people on the planet.
Aylsham Parish Church has set up a Community Larder in a disused phone box on the Blickling Estate, to support the local community during the current lockdown.
Members of the churches in the Coastal group of parishes are providing support for community during the coronavirus crisis.
The Cromer and District Foodbank has launched a delivery service during the current pandemic, but are running short of some specific items.
A North Norfolk church is to receive a National Churches Trust grant to help fund urgent roof repairs, whilst a South Norfolk church will get help to install an accessible toilet.
Wells Churches Together has set up a call-line for anyone in Wells-next-the-Sea and surrounding villages who needs a friendly voice to talk to during the coronavirus crisis.
Sheringham Salvation Army has been providing help for local people during the current coronavirus epidemic, and is preparing for a surge in demand for food parcels as the crisis deepens.
St. Nicholas Church, Wells-next-the-Sea has received initial support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to develop plans for the restoration of the church building and then to apply for a full National Lottery grant at a later date.
The North Norfolk charity Aid Africa, based in Holt, has been working in the remote rural areas of southern Malawi for the last 15 years and, in that time, has provided the basis for over a million meals.
In common with the rest of the UK, the churches in Sheringham had their doors closed yesterday, but one church overcame the challenge by meeting in the open air in the church car park, whilst maintaining social distancing.
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