Well it was certainly a case that rain didn't stop play at the Archdeacon's Charge and Family Picnic 2019 at Sandringham. The sun may not have made an appearance but crowds of people certainly did.
For the second year in a row student at Aylsham High School have been exploring prayer, spirituality and life's biggest questions with their very own interactive prayer space.
In 1919 the R34 airship flew from Scotland to Long Island and back to Pulham, the first double airborne Atlantic crossing. Diss Museum's celebrations include a service with a difference, featuring the story of this airship, at St. Mary's Church on Sunday 14 July.
On 1 November 2018 the King's Lynn Winter Night Shelter opened its doors for our first full winter season, and by 31 March 2019 had welcomed 97 people as guests.
An interactive mental health awareness session delivered by YMCA Norfolk that looks at common mental health issues affecting young people.
This day conference focuses on the Church's Ministry of Healing and is open to clergy, ordinands and laity of all denominations.
Every month St Giles Church in Norwich supports a different charity. In June 2019 it's 'Save the Children' and a guest speaker will join us to talk about the important work carried out by this charity.
Dannie Hancock explores electric evangelism and offers some top tips.
Jonathan Richardson shares a range of helpful resources to facilitate difficult conversations with teenagers.
A selection of books on the theme of faith and politics, reviewed by Steve Foyster of Revelation bookshop.
A range of resources for further exploration of the theme of the Spring 2019 issue of The Magazine, on faith and politics.
If your church has opened a new extension, completed a re-ordering scheme or undergone a major repair or conservation project, enter it for 2019 Church Architecture Awards!
The 8 May 1945 was the day peace emerged after nearly six years of war, so the 75th anniversary on 8 May 2020 represents an important milestone in our history.
Sublime music and song filled Norwich Cathedral for a royal celebration marking a major landmark in the £2.5m They Shall Laugh and Sing Music Appeal.
Churches across Norfolk are busy making fundraising breakfasts, organising supermarket collections, delivering fundraising envelopes, holding church collections, selling cakes and so much more as we approach Christian Aid Week.