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Kingsgate Community Church in Yarmouth has re-started their Hot Food Hub, providing free hot meals for local people in need.
Fears over the increasing spread of Covid 19 have caused the Open Christmas event at Great Yarmouth Minster on Christmas Day to be cancelled this year, but those who would have attended will be receiving “goodie bags” instead.
The churches in Acle held their annual carol concert at the Methodist Church last Sunday, and were evidently visited by the Man in Red!
Kingsley Healthcare has presented gift bags to the Salvation Army’s Lowestoft Citadel to be given out at the church’s Christmas Day lunch this year.
As they go through a period of change, East Norfolk Youth for Christ are urging people to support them, both in prayer and by getting involved.
St Mary Magdalene Church in Gorleston has launched Open House once a week to give people in the local community an opportunity to socialise over a coffee.
A Christian living in Wroxham is offering free technology support to anyone who is retired or disabled through an organisation called AbilityNet.
Holy Trinity Church in Caister-on-Sea has been awarded two grants totalling £17,500 which will enable essential repairs and improvements to be carried out.
An eye-catching mural that could help to save lives has been installed in Great Yarmouth this week to help combat modern slavery.
Great Yarmouth Minster is one of a number of churches nationally which has been awarded £10,000 to take part in a programme exploring the relationship between science and faith.
Lowestoft Living Word, an annual conference which takes place next week will celebrate the centenary of the 1921 Lowestoft Revival, and all are welcome to attend.
The Seafarers Centre on the South Quay in Great Yarmouth was officially reopened with a buffet lunch reception on Friday September 24.
The conversion of Stalham’s old police station into a new Orthodox church is nearing completion, and an iconic golden dome has recently been added to the roofline.
A large mural will be erected in Great Yarmouth later this month to raise awareness of the widespread presence of slavery in this country.
Gorleston has a new parent / carer and toddler group which starts this week at St Mary Magdalene Church as part of their outreach into the community.
The Identity Youth Project in Gorleston has re-started regular in-person prayer gatherings, and all are welcome to join with them to pray for this vital work.
St Mary Magdalene church in Gorleston has hosted a Big Thank You afternoon tea to thank the volunteers who had supported the community during the COVID pandemic.
The Parish of Great Yarmouth has been awarded a £20,000 Heritage Recovery Grant to develop the community engagement of the Minster Church, along with a further £26,000 to replenish parish reserves following the pandemic.
Faith groups in Norfolk will come together in August to begin a multifaith relay pilgrimage towards Glasgow, the venue for the COP26 UN climate talks; and anyone is welcome to join the pilgrimage.
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