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The heartbeat of Christmas will come to life across Norfolk and beyond as Andy Jones unfolds the nativity story from a box of delights for children in churches and schools.
Norfolk-based charity, the Matthew Project, has worked in innovative ways together with people and communities affected by substance misuse and associated issues for over 37 years.
The former Head of Schools and Family Learning at Norwich Cathedral has turned her hand to creative collective worship, workshops and storytelling both in person and online since her retirement last year.
Ex-forest ranger Charlie Houlder-Moat wants to encourage churches across Norfolk to get outside and get wild, as part of her developing Wild Church Norfolk ministry,
A Christian outdoor therapy centre in South Norfolk featuring goats, chickens and rabbits has just thrown open its doors, using creation to improve the physical, mental and emotional well-being of visitors.
Norfolk Healing Rooms, which offers free ministry for the sick in body, mind and spirit, is continuing its service through Zoom and offering free taster prophetic evenings.
From refugee resettlement to making face masks for NHS staff, Mothers’ Union members in Norfolk are helping to provide vital community services.
Hope and Light was founded to help children living in shacks in South Africa to escape poverty, violence and abuse. Norwich Christian couple Dianne and Paul Cruickshank bring us up-to-date with the charity's amazing development.
The Christian charity Hope in Action is planning to expand its work to two more towns in Norfolk. Tony Gray, Norwich Coordinator for the charity, tells the story so far.
Following her heart has led Norwich-based Lynette Woodward to a new role as the Eastern Region Partnership Manager for charity Kids Matter, which aims to equip local churches to deliver its parenting programme in disadvantaged communities.
Prophetic Lighthouse is a Norfolk-based Christian prophetic ministry which offers intimate worship, prayer and prophetic words.
Statistically, two thirds of men may find being in church uncomfortable, so how have three organisations within Norfolk helped make church a great place to be involved with during 2016?
A group which helps Christian men to grow in faith and provides spiritual support is opening up to new members at it transitions to online meetings.
The Zoe Group, based at Witard Road Baptist Church is a ladies bible study group that meets weekly to encourage and revitalise women and help them deepen their relationship with God
A charity, founded by Norfolk Christians, is helping girls in Kenya complete their education by providing sanitary towels so they can attend school throughout the month.
Norfolk Christian project The House of Genesis is to open a new house West of Norwich to provide further accommodation for vulnerable men in the city.
A Christian charity, started by a Norfolk church leader, has been helping children in Kenya for 25 years. The charity runs a school for 310 children and a sponsorship scheme to support the children through their education.
The 4Cs Centre for Christian Care and Counselling, which now operates in four centres across Norfolk, has appointed a new director and is looking to new opportunities to develop the service.
Norwich Healing Rooms is a new ministry for the city with the purpose of seeing people healed in mind, body and spirit through the power of God.
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