The Bishop of Norwich's deanery visit to Thetford and Rockland on Thursday 16 January was a smorgasbord for the senses.
Norwich South is brimming with people and projects that endeavour to reach out and welcome everyone in - a selection of which were shown to Bishop Graham on his first Deanery visit of 2020.
Lowestoft Community Fridge, in partnership with the Lowestoft branch of Marks and Spencer, has redistributed one ton of surplus food and reduced food waste going to landfill.
In what's now become a village tradition, the people of Cawston took to the streets wearing dressing gowns, improvised angel-wings and tea-towel head-dresses as they took part in a very special "Walking Nativity".
Exploring mission, sharing ideas,uncovering solutions and finding support; a day with Revd Dr Sam Wells and guests
Not sure how to help your neighbour and those God brings across your path...
Community Chaplaincy Norfolk (CCN) are running a training event to equip people to work alongside ex-offenders and support them as they rebuild their lives.
When tragedy strikes, large or small, natural, accidental or human made, huge demands are placed on churches and communities and their leaders.
Community groups that support young children and their parents in Norfolk are being invited to apply to a new Community Fund designed to get our county's babies and preschoolers off to the best possible start.
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 Reverend Frank Clarke has been Licensed and Installed as Interim Priest-in-Charge of the Weybourne Group of parishes following the retirement of Father Phil Blamire.
Churches across Suffolk have benefited from a £1.8 million scheme aimed at repairing and protecting historic buildings.
Kessingland Church of England Primary Academy and Nursery, south of Lowestoft, is celebrating a "Good" Ofsted inspection.
Ten years a go churches and schools from the Diocese of Norwich helped establish a mission project which has reached millions of people, crosses all denominations and offers individuals a simple way to share the Easter Story while supporting Fairtrade and charitable projects.