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People who lost their lives in the devastating floods of 1953 have been remembered at a service at Great Yarmouth to commemorate the seventieth anniversary.
Martham Foodbank has changed its name to reflect the wide area over which it works to tackle poverty in those villages.
The Salvation Army in Great Yarmouth has a new leader - Territorial Envoy Alison James, who started in the post on 30 January.
Rev Tracy Williams will be installed as the new Team Vicar in the Great Yarmouth Team Ministry on Monday 6 February in Great Yarmouth Minster.
Several churches and church halls in East Norfolk are providing a warm welcome to enable people to come and get warm during the current squeeze on fuel bills.
Christian homelessness charity the Adam Outreach Project in Lowestoft has supported almost 30 men in the last 18 months in its Hope House.
The Yare Valley Churches craft group have been creating Christmas ornaments which they have presented as gifts, with carols, at five care homes in the area.
Several churches and a theatre in the Great Yarmouth area are opening their doors to people who are struggling to heat their homes and keep warm during the cost of living crisis.
Demand for help from the Great Yarmouth Pathway is growing, and the charity has launched its Reverse Advent Calendar to boost necessary donations to its foodbank.
St Andrew's Church in Lowestoft is a community space providing many different types of pastoral outreach, including bacon baps at the brunch café.
A thriving music group made up from three parishes in an East Norfolk benefice took part in a special concert to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of composer, Ralph Vaughan Williams.
The Living Room charity in Great Yarmouth is expanding the services it provides to homeless people in the borough, and is asking for the support from the local community.
There will be a free concert at Stalham Baptist Church next Saturday to raise funds towards the refurbishment of premises at the church.
The Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth branch of Good News for Everyone (GNFE), formerly the Gideons, have introduced a new mobile phone app called On-line Bible Helps.
On Halloween this year, St Mary Magdalene Church in Gorleston will be preparing to welcome around 200 families to experience their Light on a Dark Night event.
A pupil at a primary school in Bradwell has been selling her pictures in order to raise money for the Yarmouth and Magdalen Foodbank, which is expanding its capacity and is seeking more volunteers.
Captain Marie Burr, the Salvation Army leader in Great Yarmouth, has paid tribute to everyone at the church and charity after she left her post at the end of last month to move to a new role.
Two local Christian organisations are joining forces to bring pastor and conference speaker Andy Prime to Lowestoft and Norwich later this month.
Wroxham Hub United Reform Church have opened their doors in welcome to Norfolk Healing Rooms once a month, when guests are invited to come for healing ministry between 8-9pm for physical, mental, spiritual and relational issues.
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