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The Salvation Army in Great Yarmouth has been awarded a grant of £12330 to boost their coronavirus relief work in the borough during the coronavirus lockdown.
Churches in Gorleston are coming together each evening until Pentecost to join Thy Kingdom Come - the international prayer initiative.
The churches in Martham in East Norfolk are working to provide a foodbank to meet local needs during the coronavirus crisis, but this may become permanent after the lockdown eases.
St Mary Magdalene Church in Gorleston has launched a helpline to offer help to those in the community particularly affected by the lockdown.
Churches in the Brundall and Blofield area, together with local councils and community groups and the local hardware shop have teamed up to provide community support during the coronavirus crisis.
Ludham Churches Together in association with Ludham Parish Council are providing a food and drink ordering and delivery service for villagers, including the collection of prescriptions.
Great Yarmouth team vicar the Revd Jemma Sander-Heys handmade a special flag for Easter with a rainbow design that also pays tribute to front-line workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An online meeting early next month will see the launch of a local mission project for churches from across the East coast of Norfolk and Waveney, and churches from across the area are encouraged to participate.
Worshippers at Lessingham Methodist Church are able to join together for worship on a Sunday during the current lockdown using a simple conference call on their landlines.
The Great Yarmouth Foodbank Emergency Delivery Service has delivered emergency food parcels to more than 450 people in its first three weeks of operation.
Kingsgate Community Church in Great Yarmouth has installed a new disabled access lift, meaning that all users of The Kings Centre can now access the first floor again.
Thirty delegates from Gorleston, Lowestoft and Norwich churches attended the Unlock the Bible teaching workshop at Saint Mary Magdalene's Church in Gorleston at the end of February.
Acle Churches Together have held their traditional annual prayer walk around the Broadland village of Acle, stopping to pray at significant community locations around the village.
The National Director of Youth for Christ, Neil O’Boyle, gave a clear message of encouragement at the East Norfolk Youth for Christ 2020 Vision evening in Great Yarmouth.
Sandy Millar, formerly of Holy Trinity Brompton, will introduce an evening this month in Great Yarmouth which will see the launch of a local mission initiative for churches from across the East coast of Norfolk and Waveney.
A group of Yarmouth Christians spent the night of Friday February 7 camped out in the open fronted porch of Great Yarmouth Minster as part of the Church Urban Fund’s Advent Sleepout Challenge.
All are invited to four hours of non-stop worship on Saturday to launch Burn 24-7 in Great Yarmouth.
Neil O’Boyle, the National Director of Youth for Christ, will be the keynote speaker at a “2020 vision” evening being held in Great Yarmouth later this month.
Kingsgate Community Church in Great Yarmouth are holding a comedy night on March 28, starring renowned comedian Tony Vino, and tickets are now available.
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