Church sets up its own book swap
On Wednesday 17 October, Christ Church in New Catton hosted the book swap event, with plenty of people coming to browse the 400 donated books, and enjoy tea, coffee and cake.
The completed knitted bible project
At North Lopham Church, we’ve had a dream – to open up the Bible and show people that it is full of stories worth retelling.
New school mural for Newton Flotman Primary School
Children at Newton Flotman Primary Church of England School have celebrated the installation of a brand new mural. The mural was created by staff member, Mrs Morgan, with a little help from all 147 of the pupils at the school, who each contributed by painting their own unique sheep.
Fostering a cultural shift in Norfolk child care
With a disproportionately high number of children living in care, Norfolk is in desperate need of more people to become foster or adoptive parents - people like Dave and Nicola Ford, who have provided a home for good for two siblings.
Church Army Discovery Day
Sat 20 Oct 2018 in Mile Cross, Norwich
Come and find out about what Church Army is doing today, see how you can get involved in our Church Army Mission Community or train as a Church Army Evangelist.
Science Meets Faith
Wed 24 Oct 2018 in Aylsham
Aylsham Parish Church is hosting a series of World Class lectures on issues of Science and Faith on Wednesday nights throughout October.
South Creake Lectures 2018
Fri 26 Oct 2018 in South Creake
The South Creake Lectures return for their fourth season this autumn.
Sat 27 Oct 2018 in King's Lynn
Finding grace in disabilities. NCCL visits a venue outside Norwich.
Church of England parliamentarians call for next generation of women leaders
Women who represent the Church of England in Parliament have spoken out about what it means to be a female leader as part of an initiative to inspire the next generation to follow in their footsteps.
Exploring churches as places of creative learning across the curriculum. By Saul Penfold
Prayers for peace, hope and reconciliation,
Remembrance 100 launches on Saturday 4 August 2018 with 100 Days of Peace and Hope – prayers, Bible readings, reflections and peace-making activities – which are available to download free. Archbishop Justin Welby has written this foreword for Remembrance 100.
A place of welcome and hospitality
Open Welcome is a new resource from Germinate: The Arthur Rank Centre. It is designed to help rural churches consider how they might use their building to offer welcome and hospitality to those in their community, both residents and visitors.
Medieval church of All Saints’ Waterden awarded National Lottery support
South Creake PCC has received a confirmed National Lottery grant of £182,000 for vital restoration work to the ancient church of All Saints’ Waterden. This hidden and remote North Norfolk gem nestles in the fields near the site of a lost medieval village.
Blended Festival 2018
The Diocese of Ely are delighted to be hosting the 4th National Anglican Fresh Expressions Conference on Saturday 3 November at Ely Cathedral, which this year will feel more like a festival.
New Mothers’ Union worldwide president appreciates Norwich prayers
Mothers’ Union has made history this week in electing its first ever Worldwide President from outside the British Isles. A record number of Mothers’ Union leaders from across the globe voted for Mrs Sheran Harper, from Guyana, to represent and lead the movement’s four million members in 84 countries.
Norfolk churches and media create Remembrance Fields
Three landmark Norfolk churches have teamed up with the Royal British Legion and local papers, the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News, to launch a campaign to honour all those who fought and fell in the First World War.