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A Mid Norfolk church has partnered with a Christian debt charity to ask people to join its urgent campaign to ‘Take on Poverty’ and help those most in need.
All Saints’ church in Weston Longville is to receive £15,000 in grants for repairs to tackle ongoing issues with rising damp.
Subdeacon William Harrison from St Fursey’s Church in Stalham led a group of Orthodox Christians on a pilgrimage to the first resting place of an East Anglian saint.
After nearly 14 years, the Bishop of Thetford, the Rt Rev Dr Alan Winton, bade farewell to the people of Norfolk and Waveney at a special service in Norwich Cathedral.
A Christian entertainer who has worked around the world with stars ranging from Tim Vine and Paul Daniels to Bear Grylls is to perform at two events in Dereham.
Mid Norfolk Kidz Klub will be embarking on a quest in April at Dereham Baptist Church to find the armour of God.
North Breckland Youth for Christ has organised an Easter experience and is now looking forward to a cycling and rambling May fundraiser.
Dereham's CAP Debt Centre raised over £400 by hosting a Burns Night recently at Dereham Baptist Church.
The Food Cabin, a community supermarket run by Dereham Wellspring Family Centre, welcomed its first customers on January 20.
For the Fountain of Life, the restrictions caused by Covid sparked a church plant and introduced a revitalisation of its whole missional programme.
A Norfolk Baptist church minister proved his skill with words while winning the ITV game show Lingo with his mum Diana recently.
As rising energy prices make it harder to heat homes, churches in Dereham are leading the way in creating warm spaces where people can go.
A group of churches in Dereham have launched an ambitious project which aims to meet needs in the town, including the provision of food and skills training.
The Green Pastures Christian bookshop in Dereham has won a national award for providing boxes of Christian books to 21 local schools.
North Breckland Youth for Christ will be putting on a mini residential camp this year to coincide with Bonfire Night.
The Fountain of Life Church in Ashill is hosting an afternoon concert in early November with classical, jazz, opera, ballads and pop classics.
On June 29 Rev’d Kyla Sørensen from St. Mary’s Church Watton received a cheque for £382 from Elaine Skinner of Breckland Funeralcare in Watton towards purchasing a new defibrillator for the town.
The Mid Norfolk food bank is calling on people to give food and other essentials to Tesco's Summer Food Appeal.
The Ignite Youth Festival of the Diocese of East Anglia returned to Swaffham this year with an extravaganza of light, sound and teenage enthusiasm.
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