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Two Norfolk churches and a Christian conference centre have received part of almost £5m worth of government grants to be given out to arts and heritage groups across Norfolk.
Thomas Abbott, from the Norwich-based charity Care for Children, is walking 200,000 steps to raise money for his charity.
Green Pastures Christian Bookshop in Dereham is now open and selling books, cards and DVDs from 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday.
Hope Into Action is seeking someone who will provide a Holy-Spirit reliant spiritual perspective ranging from an organisational level to city teams and individual staff.
A Norwich church pastor has revealed that he exchanged letters of good wishes with the Duke of Edinburgh while he was being treated at the King Edward VII Hospital in London, less than a month before the Duke’s death on April 9.
The self-catering Garden Apartment is a new direction for the Quiet Waters Christian Retreat Centre on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, and is aimed at those seeking a longer break.
YMCA Norfolk is looking for Catering Assistants for its new Williams' Kitchen community cafe in Norwich.
Church and Christian leaders across Norfolk have been paying their own tributes to His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, following his death at Windsor Castle on Friday morning, at the age of 99.
Homelessness charity Emmaus Norfolk and Waveney is reopening the doors to its popular Ditchingham charity shop after a year-long closure.
A Norfolk family is appealing for funds to pay for private treatment for a 22-year-man who has terminal cancer and had been given just a few weeks to live.
Ian Savory, senior leader at Lighthouse Community Church in Sheringham, is planning a four-day prayer walk from Lowestoft to Sheringham in June to commemorate the centenary of the Lowestoft Revival.
An historic South Norfolk church has embarked on a project to digitize all the information from its graveyard and make it available online.
YMCA Norfolk is looking for a Chef for its new Williams' Kitchen community cafe in Norwich.
As we move through Easter week, Andy Bryant reflects on the miracle of Christ’s resurrection and reminds us of the hope that it brings.
From Monday April 12, the Revelation shop will reopen, the the cafe set to reopen on May 18.
Norfolk Christian Aid supporter Richard Stainer is fulfilling his promise to climate-affected villagers in Ethiopia next week when he will be telling their stories to whoever will listen.
The words of William Shakespeare will echo around Norwich Cathedral’s Cloister once again as the open-air Shakespeare Festival returns for summer 2021.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has for the first time publicly thanked churches for the role they have played during lockdown and recognised the ‘selfless stoicism’ Christians have demonstrated throughout the pandemic.
Half a dozen Christians from two Wymondham churches held a socially-distanced Walk of Witness in Wymondham town centre on Good Friday with a large wooden cross.