North Norfolk Artist Rosalie Osborne Gibb is continuing her fund-raising efforts for St Margaret's Church in Thorpe Market with an art exhibition next month.
A previous student of Archbishop Sancroft Highschool has been posted to The Band of the Coldstream Guards in London. Her first engagement being the state opening of parliament on Monday.
On 22 November 1719, the prominent late seventeenth-century architect, William Talman, died at Felmingham Hall. He was buried in St Andrew's Church, Felmingham. His recently-discovered grave will be renovated in honour of the 300th anniversary since his death.
The Salvation Army's 'Recycle with Michael' scheme has inspired pupils in several schools across Norfolk to recycle over a tonne of clothes, and pupils from Weasenham C of E Primary Academy topped the list winning a county-wide prize.
The personality of Abraham is a key figure in at least three major world religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
Required for anyone who has safeguarding responsibilities or has contact in their church role with children, young people and/or vulnerable adults.
Human activity is changing the world's oceans with long-term consequences for climate change. What should be the Christian response? An oceanographer will give a talk and lead a discussion.
The Life Events Diary is free custom-built online software from the Church of England Life Events Team which streamlines administration for baptisms, weddings, banns and funerals. This day will take you step-by-step through the website showing how it works and all of its functionality.
In October 2018 the Norfolk Modern Slavery Collaboration (NMSC) was formed with the intention of joining up existing work in the area of modern slavery and raising awareness of this largely hidden problem.
Dr Sandra Millar, the Church of England's Head of Life Events, discusses the possibility of changes to marriage registration systems.
If you need funding for a church maintenance or repair project, want to install a toilet or kitchen to improve community facilities, or are seeking early stage funding (such as for a feasibility report) for your place of worship, then the National Churches Trust grant schemes could help you.
The National Churches Trust (NCT) have launched a new online service called MaintenanceBooker.
Staff and volunteers at night shelters are being urged to be on the lookout for signs of exploitation among guests in a campaign launched today by the Church of England's anti-slavery initiative.
The 2019 Real Advent Calendar has been officially launched with a new 24 page Christmas story-activity book, a children's competition, with profits helping to transform the lives of children in Kenya.
The 2019 Meaningful Treat Pack, is a life changing resource which will give up to 25 people the gift of sight while helping with mission work on, and leading up to, the eve of All Saints (Halloween).
The National Churches Trust's Great Church Visitor Count aims to find out how many people visit churches. Current numbers are thought to be seriously underestimated, which can make it hard for churches to access funding for repairs and to be a part of local tourism initiatives. Find out more and get your church involved.