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The Bishop of Norwich, Graham Usher, has accepted the invitation of the Archbishop of Canterbury to lead the Church of England’s Environment Programme with a charge to tackle the grave existential crises of climate change and biodiversity loss.
Ethiopia has one hospice for a population of 112 million. Half of its funding comes from a charity led by Sue Mumford, a nurse who lives in north Norfolk.
Chaplaincy within the Ambulance Service is a challenging and demanding role to fulfil in normal circumstances but during the Covid-19 pandemic it has become more daunting says Lynda Logan, Lead Chaplain to the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust.
The Rt Revd Jonathan Meyrick, Bishop of Lynn, retired at the weekend. The Diocese of Norwich arranged an interview with him, in which he shared some of the highlights of his role.
Norfolk-based architect David Thompson was recently awarded an MBE by the Queen for his services to architecture and to the community.
Christian writer and poet, Joy Lenton, has just published her fourth book. It is a useful resource for Lent for anybody who wants to prayerfully pause and focus more on God.
The Horstead Centre are pleased to announce that Will Mills has been appointed as the full time centre manager. The centre is busy planning some one-off activity days after lockdown.
Young mother Samara Levy’s desire to help war-weary Syrians has propelled her on a life-changing journey amid danger and poverty.
Former BBC Radio Norfolk broadcaster Tony Mallion recalls some memorable moments from Christmas carol and other services over the years while also looking ahead to life after lockdown.
A Catholic priest who spent more than five weeks in critical care at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, due to Covid-19, has praised the efforts of doctors and nurses, as well as two church ministers, for helping him to pull through.
A child out of school is a child on a highway to nowhere. That is the stark reality which many have glimpsed for the first time, thanks to Covid-19. It is also the reality which stirred Norfolk-based Tom Dannatt to create the charity Street Child.
Roy Roberts, a member of St Stephens Church in Norwich, will be running 300 miles during December raise money for free meals.
Leaders of Beacon church Jonathan and Paige Squirrell are stepping down from their role at the end of this year to work in a freelance capacity to equip people for Christian ministry.
Robbie Bain, who has played a leading role in developing prayer ministry at Light House in Norwich, has brought out a new book through Call to Prayer about healing and wholeness. Gail Halley reports.
As we go through a second lockdown, Marie Reavey, National Chair of the Christian Police Association, calls on churches to focus their efforts on the most disadvantaged young people.
Andy Jones ran a marathon recently to bring in funds for Raise, the Norfolk kids charity which works in churches and schools to help 5-11 year-olds encounter Jesus.
When Norwich-born evangelist Luke Brendling lost his first child, it was the beginning of a very real wrestle with God. Here he introduces a book coming out in December, in which he tells the story.
Trish Ellse from Alive Church in Wymondham is calling on churches and families in Norfolk to rise above the challenges of the pandemic and pack more shoebox gifts than ever.
Lesley Bradfield, the director of pregnancy loss charity TimeNorfolk is retiring during the first part of 2021 after being part of the charity for 13 years.
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