The Bishop’s Lent Appeal 2021
This year as a diocese we will be joining together to give towards the Archbishop of Canterbury's 'Together in Unity' appeal to support churches and communities around the world during the pandemic.
Lent and Easter 2021
Have a look at some of our favourite resources and ideas to celebrate and think about Lent and Easter.
Resources, training and practical advice for all who serve in our churches and local communities.
How churches are responding to COVID-19
Stories of hope from across the Diocese about how people are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and sharing God's love in their local communities.More
Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance for parishes
Read the regularly updated Church of England guidance for all churches.More
Bishop's Lent Appeal 2021
This year as a diocese we will be joining together to give towards the Archbishop of Canterbury's 'Together in Unity' appeal to support churches and communities around the world during the pandemic.More
Advice on staying alert, particularly in the current lockdown: reach out, recognise, record and report.More
Connect! booklet series
Explore the relationship between Christian faith and some of the most pressing issues of our time.More
40 words for 40 days
You are warmly invited to subscribe to a new project for Lent 2021. Every day from Ash Wednesday (17 February) until Holy Saturday (3 April) Susanna Gunner will explore a single word, offering one or two ideas for us to mull over each day.More
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Bishop Jonathan bids a fond farewell
As the Rt Revd Jonathan Meyrick retires as the Bishop of Lynn this weekend, he looks back on some highlights and memories of his time with us.More
Engaging the community in Badersfield
Though it was a Christmas like no other, members of the church in Badersfield still made the season special for families in their community.More
Pyjamas for young carers
Over Christmas, some of our churches got together to give a great gift to some of the incredible young carers in North Norfolk. The Revd Tony Lynn and Paddy Seligman explain.More
Events & TrainingView All Events
Join this flexible, home-based, tutored, online course and explore the themes of life, death and hope that are at the very heart of our faith. This course is open to all.
Facilitator Peter Nicholls offers the following description of the way the course will be run and outlines its content:
John Wesley is reported as saying: “Our people know how to die well.”
This course may help you to prepare for a Christian death, but that’s not the only reason for signing up! The subjects are fundamental aspects of Christian understanding at the core of what we believe, giving us confidence to live as Jesus lived. And even if our own death is, we pray, a long way off, most of us encounter people who may not be so far away or who have lost loved ones and are asking deep questions, craving a Christian answer. One might even say a “true” Christian answer, free from some of the doggerel that can inhabit bereavement cards.
Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) courses are for everyone who works with, lives with or supports young people aged 8-18.More
Enjoy what is sure to be a most interesting talk about the dog/human relationship from the comfort of your own home presented by Revd Fiona Haworth.More
Activities & groups in your local area
Bright Map is an easy way to find regular groups and activities in your local community; many of them are run or supported by the local church.Visit website
Exploring Norfolk Churches
Norfolk is a county full of the most beautiful churches - explore and discover them here.Visit website
Safeguarding is at the heart of our Christian faith, and we are committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults. If you have any questions or concerns, present or historical, please contact our Safeguarding team or the NSPCC.Find out more