Saturday 15 June saw the roads around Magdalen Square in Gorleston closed off and the green space taken over by 'Summer on the Mag', a community fete hosted by St Mary Magdalene Church and incorporating Magdalen Way Methodist Church Summer Fair.
Anna Heydon, Imagine Norfolk Together Worker recently went to a Modern Slavery conference at Lambeth Palace. She shares her story below.
Thanks to the Heritage Lottery Fund, All Saints Church Waterden were awarded a grant of £183,000 last September for a major building project on their church.
Following the success of their Christmas community event, 'Christmas on the Mag', St Mary Magdalene Church in Gorleston is hosting 'Summer on the Mag' on Magdalen Square on 15 June from 1pm to 5pm.
What do today's young people think about science and religious faith? The lecture will discuss some of the available resources to communicate a positive message of science-faith interactions.
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.
Imagine young people growing in Christ-like character as they are equipped to lead in their churches, in their schools and colleges and in their homes.
A clear and simple approach to social media can go a long way to building anticipation and excitement for your service or event and reach more people with an invitation to come along.
The Church of England has partnered with iKnow Church to provide the Life Events Diary for free to every Church of England church.
Dannie Hancock explores electric evangelism and offers some top tips.
Jonathan Richardson shares a range of helpful resources to facilitate difficult conversations with teenagers.
The legal process of confirming the election of the new Bishop of Norwich took place on Monday 17 June.
The Diocese will be at the Royal Norfolk Show to celebrate and highlight the church's role in local communities.
The search is on to find a team of volunteers to help Norwich Cathedral have some serious fun this summer.
People from different churches and groups across Norfolk are heading to London on Saturday 26 June to lobby their MPs.They will join thousands of others from across the UK and converge on Westminster in a mass lobby called The Time is Now.