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The Norwich branch of Christians Against Poverty (CAP) based at Surrey Chapel has a secure future thanks to generous charitable grants.
After playing a major role in the life of Norwich for 200 years, Princes Street United Reformed Church held its final service on Sunday.
A former church treasurer stole £222,000 from St John the Baptist Catholic Cathedral in Norwich, to feed his gambling addiction, and has today been sentenced to 27 months in jail.
The Matthew Project is going live with an online charity auction tomorrow night. Sarah King, Fundraising and Events Officer at The Matthew Project, explains what is to be won – both for bidders and for the wider community.
Time Norfolk is organising a vigil for all those who have lost a baby, whether through miscarriage, termination or stillbirth, or in the early months of life.
The original Norwich Charity Christmas Card shop will be opening in St Peter Mancroft church on Tuesday October 20.
Eleanor Laming, who has pioneered Parish Nursing in Norwich, has now set up a local branch of the Guild of Health and St Raphael.
Every year Prison Fellowship, which locally supports HMP Norwich with prayer and practical help, run their Angel Tree project which gives parents in prison the opportunity to send a Christmas present to their child.
Norfolk nurse and First World War heroine Edith Cavell was remembered at a special service at Norwich Cathedral on Saturday October 10.
Norwich church Surrey Chapel is set to offer local people a free online jobs club after running an in-person CAP Job Club, in partnership with charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP), for the last three years.
A Norfolk based Christian charity which supports people who have experienced homelessness and social exclusion has opened a new store in Norwich’s Castle Quarter.
Norfolk charity St Martins is appealing for donations of homemade cloth face masks to give to homeless people in Norwich and Norfolk.
A Norwich volunteer will be running a marathon from and to her own doorstep to celebrate 40 years of the London Marathon and to raise money for English +.
Last Sunday, Soul Church welcomed its congregation 'home' after six months away from the building. In that time, the church has distributed 1 million meals to needy people, plus there is a new vision to expand next year.
Norwich Cathedral’s golden weathercock shines brightly once more from on high after being regilded and reinstalled on the top of the spire.
Over sixty people met online to hear how neurology – a scientific study of the brain and its disorders - might shed light on religious faith. The meeting was organised by the discussion group “Science and Faith in Norfolk”.
The sublime sound of choral music is returning to Norwich Cathedral this week after six months of silence due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Members of the choir at Christ Church, Eaton were able to sing together for the first time in months, following a change in the government’s Covid-19 rules regarding public performances.
Norwich Cathedral chorister Alice Platten is celebrating reaching the semi-finals of the prestigious BBC Young Chorister of the Year competition.
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