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After the disconnect of the pandemic, a Norwich church is hosting a talk to relaunch the practice of extraordinary hospitality.
At least half a dozen churches across Norwich will be taking part in a UK-wide initiative to sound their bells on the eve of the COP26 summit.
More than 200,000 people have visited Dippy at Norwich Cathedral and, ahead of the iconic dinosaur’s final week, emergency services workers were last night treated to a special preview of the Dippy at Night farewell spectacle.
To mark COP26, St Peter Mancroft Church in Norwich will host a screening of 'Thank you for the Rain' in partnership with Christian Aid.
St Francis Day was especially important for the tiny church of St Francis, which nestles at the heart of the Heartsease parish in Norwich.
St Stephen’s Church in Norwich will be hosting a production by Artless Theatre Company called 'If Prison Walls Could Speak'.
Hebron Trust, a local charity that supports women through addiction, is looking for a move-on property to house their clients as they move on ready for a new start.
When we share our passions we connect with people, and that is the idea behind local Christian charity English+’s programme of community activities.
Surrey Chapel in Norwich is hosting a morning for those working in churches and Christian organisations on the theme of ‘Jesus, lover of my soul’. Andy Rees shares and invitation.
When the pandemic hit last year, community groups were unable to meet in person, but the Quilt Crafters Group from Eaton came up with an idea. Vivien Humber explains.
St Peter Mancroft, Norwich made a public declaration of a climate emergency at it welcomed Luke Jerram’s ‘Gaia’ Earth Artwork for October.
There are just under five weeks left of Dippy the dinosaur’s stay at Norwich Cathedral and a spectacular farewell is planned – with emergency services workers invited to a very special preview of the event.
Jonathon Porritt will be among speakers looking at sustainable futures at an event leading up to the COP 26 conference on Climate Change in Glasgow.
SOUL Church is set to start work on its purpose-built new 1,200-seater church building, designed to be a ‘welcoming home’ for the people of Norwich.
A remarkable substance misuse worker from the Matthew Project is heading for the skies with her teenage client.
Sara Barron, Executive Director of the National Estates Church Network, will be speaking in Norwich about ministry in low-income communities.
Norwich Healing Rooms returns every Thursday evening at a new venue in Heartsease as well as monthly on Saturdays Norwich city centre.
A memorial garden to remember people experiencing homelessness who have died was opened on September 6 by the Rt Rev Graham Usher, Bishop of Norwich. The garden is in the grounds of Bishopbridge House, the direct access hostel run by St Martins.
Jill Gower is beginning a new series of teaching days at the Light House in Heartsease, looking at End Times through Biblical prophecy.
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