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Norwich Healing Rooms returns every Thursday evening at a new venue in Heartsease as well as monthly on Saturdays Norwich city centre.
A memorial garden to remember people experiencing homelessness who have died was opened on September 6 by the Rt Rev Graham Usher, Bishop of Norwich. The garden is in the grounds of Bishopbridge House, the direct access hostel run by St Martins.
Jill Gower is beginning a new series of teaching days at the Light House in Heartsease, looking at End Times through Biblical prophecy.
After 46 years of fruitful ministry, the Methodist Church in White Woman Lane has closed. Marion Baxter recalls some of its rich history.
YMCA Norfolk have announced plans to host a number of events at their brand-new Aylsham Road community hub, which consists of Williams’ Kitchen, Explorers Soft Play, Muddy Puddles Nursery and staff HQ.
Oak Grove Community Church is launching two new services this Autumn as part of their work supporting families in the community.
YMCA Norfolk have announced the launch of their free online parental wellbeing programme, shaped to support parents who gave birth during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Rev Nigel Fox, former minister at Wroxham Road Methodist Church, had the joy of baptising his son Tom, who dramatically returned to faith from a criminal lifestyle.
A unique art installation inviting people to walk through a 10-metre wave of 3,000 fish has been created in Norwich Cathedral’s Hostry as part of the Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure exhibition at the Cathedral.
A Norwich-based charity that works in churches to support newcomers to the UK to learn English and find community has celebrated their tenth anniversary.
Andy Woodman is appealing for support as he takes up a new mission as vicar of St Anne’s Earlham in Norwich and chaplain to the University of East Anglia.
The Rt Revd Graham Usher, Bishop of Norwich, has become the new Patron of Norwich Youth for Christ.
After his ordination in Norwich Cathedral, Ian Fifield is exploring how business and church can work together to make the City prosper.
Rev William Porter, a Methodist Minister, has felt led to step out and prayer-walk through 51 cities across the country throughout July with a cross, and marking each city centre with the sign of the cross. He visits Norwich on July 12.
St Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich has been awarded £20,000 to explore the relationship between science and faith through the church engagement programme Scientists in Congregations, which is run by Equipping Christian Leadership in an Age of Science.
Though the government continues to place restrictions on singing in church, Daniel Justin from St John’s Catholic Cathedral in Norwich has been imaginatively keeping music alive.
Chaplains at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital have helped to arrange services and put together wedding boxes for patients who are receiving end-of-life treatment and wish to marry their partners.
Norwich church volunteers joined human rights and anti-abortion campaign group the Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform UK (CBRUK) in a graphic public display to show “the reality of abortion” in Norwich city centre.
St Andrews Eaton is putting on a coffee morning for the Church Missionary Society and its sister church is putting on a plant sale.
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