Open Churches Week 2016

Open Churches Week runs from Saturday 6 August to Sunday 14 August. Find out more here.

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Interview with the Archdeacon designate

Watch a short video with the Revd Canon Karen Hutchinson, soon to become Archdeacon of Norwich and Warden of Readers

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Your Church Wedding

Whether you’re just dreaming of a church wedding, or well into the planning already, your church wants to help and support you.

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Exploring our churches

Norfolk is full of the most beautiful churches, worshipped in for centuries. Each one has a story to tell.

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Who we are

We are the Church of England in Norfolk & Waveney - a Christian presence in every community.

Supporting churches

We provide resources, training and practical advice for all who serve in our churches.

Supporting people

We equip people through training and development to serve their church and community.

 Celebrating the many uses of church buildings.

Celebrating the many uses of church buildings.

‘50 Things to do in a Church’ celebrates the many and diverse uses of church buildings and asks the public to share their favourite things to do in a church or chapel. 

Get ready for Open Churches Week

Get ready for Open Churches Week

This year Open Churches Week will run from Saturday 6 August to Sunday 14 August.

Bishop Graham to lead St Benet's Annual Open Air Service

Bishop Graham to lead St Benet's Annual Open Air Service

On Sunday 7 August, the Rt Revd Graham James, Bishop of Norwich will attend the Annual Ecumenical Service at St Benet’s Abbey.

Thank Your Vicar Week: save the date!

Thank Your Vicar Week: save the date!

Church of England parishes and primary schools are getting ready for 'Thank Your Vicar Week' on 16-23 October. The week aims to celebrate the vital contribution their clergy make to the community.

Why your church needs to know about Pokémon GO

Why your church needs to know about Pokémon GO

The Church of England has released the following article giving churches information about the mobile and tablet app game that has been an overnight sensation with millions playing it around the world.

Bishop of Lynn blesses newly donated PlayVan

Bishop of Lynn blesses newly donated PlayVan

At the blessing the Rt Revd Jonathan Meyrick, Bishop of Lynn paid tribute to the excellent work that the PlayVan does across the Diocese and thanked Lesley Gurney, the development worker, for all her hard work.

BBC documentary explores the extraordinary life of Julian of Norwich

BBC documentary explores the extraordinary life of Julian of Norwich

The new BBC 4 television documentary is entitled: 'The Search for the Lost Manuscript: Julian of Norwich' will be aired on Tuesday 19 July.

A message from the Bishop of Repton

A message from the Bishop of Repton

The Rt Revd Jan McFarlane, Bishop of Repton said farewell to the Diocese last week after 16 years of ministry here.

General Synod calls for unity after the EU Referendum results

General Synod calls for unity after the EU Referendum results

Synod approves motion to build a 'generous and forward looking country' after the EU Referendum results.

Do you know a Heritage Angel?

Do you know a Heritage Angel?

Historic England are looking to find the heroes who have helped save historic places for the next generation. 

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Flower Festival

Fri 22 Jul 2016 - Sun 24 Jul 2016

A small but perfectly formed flower festival depicting the "Seasons of the Year".

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Spoken word with Harry Baker

Sat 23 Jul 2016

Poetry Slam Champion, Harry Baker, returns to Norwich Cathedral on Saturday 23 July 2016 along with his favourite partner in crime, Chris Read, for another night of exceptional poetry and music.

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Concert by Liquorice Allsorts (Clarinet Quartet)

Sat 23 Jul 2016

Join us for an evening of exciting and varied clarinet music played by four sweeties (and John!)

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Fakenham Makers Market

Sat 23 Jul 2016

Fakenham Makers Market is entirely devoted to handmade arts and crafts. There's great crafts, live music and refreshments. We'd love to see you!

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Black Dog & Stigma: owning up to mental health

Sat 23 Jul 2016

Experiencing Stigma: a chance to share your story and be heard.

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Sunday Summer Music with a cuppa and cake

Sun 24 Jul 2016

Join us for one of our varied Sunday afternoon concerts in aid of the fabric of the minster.

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Choral Hits Concert

Sun 24 Jul 2016

Raise your spirits on a Summer Sunday afternoon.

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St. Andrew' s Festival Fringe - Lunchtime Events

Mon 25 Jul 2016 - Fri 29 Jul 2016

Everyone is most welcome to attend St. Andrew's Festival Fringe (STAFF) free lunchtime events.

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Music in Country Churches

Tue 26 Jul 2016 - Wed 27 Jul 2016

The Charity Music in Country Churches is celebrating its 28th season with a delightful selection of music.

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Wednesday Lunch time Concerts

Wed 27 Jul 2016

Join us for a series of summer concerts throughout July and August.

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Hands on Harps

Wed 27 Jul 2016

Learn to play the harp in an informal workshop. Suitable for ages 8 to 98!

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Annual Mass at West Tofts

Wed 27 Jul 2016

An opportunity to visit West Tofts stunning Church which is generally not accessible to the public (as it is in located just inside the Stanford Battle Area).

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New Churchwardens evening

Thu 28 Jul 2016

The Churchwardens’ Evening is an introduction evening for new churchwardens run by the Archdeacons.

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