An important update from the Finance Team about the Annual Parish Finance Return Forms:
Early in the New Year will be another opportunity to join an online learning course. There are two to choose from: ‘Knowing Jesus’ and ‘Being Christian Beyond Church’
Archbishop Sancroft High School is celebrating being judged good across the board after inspectors praised pupils’ achievement and behaviour and the quality of teaching and leadership.
Bishop Graham has written some thoughts on Christmas for the EDP Norfolk magazine.
Featuring news of the Lent Project 2014, the latest edition of eNews is out now!
Can your church join us to raise money in Lent 2014 for new vicars in Papua New Guinea?
The General Synod of the Church of England has today approved a package of measures as the next steps to enable women to become bishops in the Church of England.
In a bid to help raise funds for the Norfolk charity the Matthew Project, The Bishop of Norwich, The Right Revd Graham James will be throwing himself out of a plane for a tandem skydive.
The annual Christmas Starts With Christ campaign returns with new resources for this festive season.
A young ordinand from Norwich currently in training in Nottingham has received a Christian New Media award in the Multi-author Blog of the Year category for his website The Bridge.
The group 'Breaking the Silence' which seek to highlight the issues surrounding domestic violence have put together some resources that can be used in church services ahead of White Ribbon Day.
Featuring news of the 'Real Advent Calendar' and resources to coincide with the TV series 'The Bible' the latest edition of eNews is out now.
One of the most watched TV mini-series in America will be coming to our screens in December, and souvenir study guides are available to partner it.
The latest Christian Resource Exhibition is coming to Peterborough in January 2014, and you can receive free tickets.
Beginning to think about Lent 2014? If so, you might like to know that Susanna Gunner is currently working on a new set of maps called 'Mapping Lent', available from early February.
The Real Advent calendar, which contains Fairtrade chocolate and a free copy of the Christmas story is on sale now - and is set to raise £25,000 for the Children's Society.
The Mothers’ Union (Diocese of Norwich) is aiming to raise £3000 by signing up to easyfundraising.org.uk in order to fund its very successful projects with children, couples and families.
People are being encouraged to pray for all affected by imprisonment during Prison Week (17 - 23 November) 2013.
A new study guide from the Cover to Cover series is now available for Lent entitled "Centred on Christ".
As part of the on-going support to PCC officers we are running the final in a series of workshops across the Diocese providing a range of resources and advice on everything from church finance, stewardship, resources for children and young people, church publicity, IT, support for buildings, administration and more!
Featuring news of a double celebration at a Norfolk school, the latest edition of eNews is out now!
The Diocese of Norwich has been running a Harvest Competition encouraging people to send in pictures of what Harvest means to them, and today (Wednesday 23 Oct) the winner was announced on Facebook.
Dereham Church Infant School and Nursery School had reason to rejoice yesterday (Weds 22 Oct) when they celebrated their 100th anniversary of the school building, and a new stained glass window was dedicated by the Rt Revd Alan Winton - Bishop of Thetford.
Since opening in 1966, the Original Norwich Charity Christmas Card Shop has raised £1.25 million for local and national charities, and it's back for another year.
Who Cares? is an initiative involving local churches across Norfolk, hoping to engage people of all ages with the message of Jesus Christ.
St Nicholas Church Fundenhall is looking for a volunteer to help support their new Heritage Lottery project.
Featuring news of Diocesan Synod and a 'Sticky faith' event, the latest edition of eNews is out now.
2014 sees the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, so it's time to start thinking how your church can mark this event.
If there are any more candidates for the next Cathedral Confirmation on Saturday 9th November 2013 at 11am it is not too late; application forms need to be sent to the Bishop’s Chaplain by Friday 18th October.
All incumbants have their own story of how they came to faith, but few involve drugs, burglary and prison.