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The Bishop of Norwich, the Rt Revd Graham Usher, has announced the appointment of two new Archdeacons of Norwich and Lynn.
YMCA Norfolk’s Wellbeing Matters service has saved the NHS an estimated £565,796 so far this year through not having to refer a single young person to CAMHS after engaging with the charity’s therapeutic staff team.
No fewer than 26 people will be ordained as a Deacon or Priest in the Diocese of Norwich at the Anglican Cathedral on June 25 and 26.
The Bishop of Norwich gave thanks for the 70-year reign of Her Majesty The Queen at a special service at Norwich Anglican Cathedral on Sunday June 5.
Churches and Christian organisations across Norfolk are putting on variety of musical and artistic events to help celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
England's ancient cathedrals could be in the 'vanguard' of technological development needed for the green revolution - just as they were when they were built – the Bishop of Norwich has told a national conference.
A society which celebrates and supports round tower churches, the majority of which are in Norfolk, is set to celebrate its 50th anniversary next year.
A UEA philosophy professor and former Member of the European Parliament has proposed covering the roofs of every Norfolk church in solar panels.
The President of the Methodist Conference has been visiting the church’s East Anglia District, starting with several visits in Norfolk.
Salvation Army leaders across the county who have received funding from the Norfolk Community Foundation to help feed vulnerable people say it has made a huge difference.
A group of Christians will be leading an informal pilgrimage from Norwich to Walsingham next month to raise funds for Christian Aid.
Meadow Way Chapel in Norwich will be holding its last-ever service on Sunday April 24, before it transitions to become part of Gateway Vineyard Church, which is based in Norwich and Beccles.
Lord Dannatt presented YMCA Norfolk with the Blue Plaque award in recognition of its resilience throughout the Covid-19 crisis.
In an Easter message, Bishop of East Anglia, the Rt Rev Alan Hopes, says we have watched with horror and fear the war in Ukraine.
Around 600 clergy and laity joined the annual Chrism Mass at St John’s Cathedral, Norwich, on Tuesday to hear Bishop Alan Hopes say it “expresses our communion with each other as the Church in East Anglia, with Pope Francis and with the Catholic Church."
The Bishop of Norwich, the Rt Revd Graham Usher, is inviting everyone to join in the celebration at church this Easter.
In his Easter pastoral letter Rev Julian Pursehouse hopes and prays, that in the season of Passiontide, we will find the community of the broken, lost and vulnerable in the shadow of the cross.
Two Norwich Christian climate activists will be riding their bikes between the dioceses of Norwich, St Edmundsbury and Ipswich and Chelmsford in early April to celebrate Norwich Diocese's recent decision to divest some funds they had in fossil fuels.
Dr Fiona Haworth from St Peter Mancroft will be hosting a debate on how Norwich should adapt to the adverse effects of climate change.
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