Ecumenical Norfolk chaplaincy charity, Good Work, ceased to exist at the end of June 2021 and passed on its remaining funds to further other chaplaincy work in the county.
Norfolk County Council Chaplain, Rev Dr Liviu Barbu, reflects on a year of the Covid-19 pandemic, its victims and those bereaved and otherwise affected.
To Mark Holocaust Memorial Day on January 27, Norfolk County Council Chaplain, Rev Dr Liviu Barbu, reflects on being the light in the darkness.
Revd Canon Chris Copsey recently marked ten years in the unusual role of supporting those attending Coroner’s inquests. In a recent webinar organised by the Norwich Interfaith Group she talked about her work.
This period of isolation is indeed the challenge of my life so far, and of my Christian faith, admits Norfolk County Council Chaplain, Rev Dr Liviu Barbu, but I give thanks to God for what I can learn and change through it.
After a career as a chartered accountant, Richard Whall took early retirement 16 years ago and a new role as a chaplain with Norfolk Police. Sandie Shirley reports.
2017: A new report exploring the “extraordinary growth of the chaplaincy phenomenon today” has revealed there are 230 chaplains operating in Norfolk in settings as diverse as lifeboats, theatres, ambulances and airports as well as hospitals and prisons.
2015: As work progresses on the new Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre, a new website has been launched to provide information about the centre and its services. The Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre is an advice and social hub which will soon be available
2011: The magical waterways of the Norfolk Broads are the parish of chaplain Rev Briant Smith where nature, art and spirituality come together.
2009: A personal tribute is paid to Good Work team leader and URC minister, Rev Chris Warner, by friend and colleague Peter Paine.
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