Sue Morton, Project Coordinator for Upper Sheringham Bell Appeal gives an update on the project.
On 2 July the Bishop of Lynn, the Rt Revd Jonathan Meyrick, visited the Loddon Deanery, continuing the Bishops' Prayer Pilgrimages.
The community of Aylsham are throwing a one-day festival on Sunday 28 July to say thank you and farewell to their Rector, Revd Canon Andrew Beane, as he prepares to take up a new post as the Archdeacon of Exeter in Devon.
One of the Activity Instructors at the Horstead Centre, Arron Fisk, has been raising money for Syrian Refugees by undertaking a sponsored ration challenge. Centre Manager Josie Barnett tells us more.
A wonderful week experiencing worship music with top tuition from inspirational leaders in the lovely surroundings of Belsey Bridge on the border of Norfolk with Suffolk. Includes excursions.
Bible Comes to Life is an immersive learning experience which is great fun for people of all ages. It is a great way to engage with the Bible and learn more about Jesus' Jewish culture.
Lowestoft Living Word is a Bible week that happens every September for local churches and is hosted at Christ Church. Refreshments and exhibitions in the Church Halls afterwards.
Resourcing your Parish is an exhibition with bookable workshops for all those involved in parish ministry.
The National Churches Trust (NCT) have launched a new online service called MaintenanceBooker.
The Revd Matthew Hutton reviews this recent publication on domestic violence from a Christian faith perspective.
Riding Lights is booking now for their Autumn Tour 2019 Kaleidoscope, featuring their brand new show - BREAKING GROUND.
A clear and simple approach to social media can go a long way to building anticipation and excitement for your service or event and reach more people with an invitation to come along.
Earlier this week it was reported that at least 24 people have died in a tribal massacre in Papua New Guinea.
If you are involved in work with children and young people in your church or local school then there is one date you should have in your diary this year.
The General Synod of the Church of England has voted overwhelmingly in support of a new deal to co-ordinate and improve the approach to the care and well-being of clergy.
The detailed Parish Share reports for the period to the 30 June 2019 are now available on the Diocesan website (in addition to Parish Share Online which can be accessed daily if you have a login and password).