Creating a home from home
When most people are settling into retirement, one couple took on a major project to provide a home from home for students. Here is their roller-coaster tale of the past two years.
Cringleford Pioneer Missioner contributes to popular bible notes book
Norwich based pioneer missioner Revd Tim Yau is one of 50 writers from across the globe that have contributed to the new edition of bible notes book Fresh from the Word 2019.
Dickleburgh School Remembers WW1
Children from Dickleburgh Church of England Primary Academy came together in a special assembly for an act of remembrance for the armistice for the first world war.
There’s a lot going on At St George’s, Rollesby
Since 2016 there’s been a flurry of activity to keep the church and graveyard at St. George’s Rollesby, looking spic and span, and offering a comfortable place for worship, contemplation and friendship. At times though the activity was as a result of some not so welcome visitors!
Doors of Hope Conference
Sat 17 Nov 2018 in Ashill, Norfolk
Equipping the Body of Christ to respond to mental ill health
Science-Faith Lecture on Dementia
Mon 19 Nov 2018 in Norwich
Dr Sarah Housden will talk and lead a discussion on dementia and memory loss. She will explore the perplexing connections between mind, body and spirit.
Ancient wisdom for today's church
Sat 24 Nov 2018 in Norwich
St Augustine's 'Instructing beginners in the faith'.
Ministry on Urban Estates with Andy Delmege NECN
Wed 28 Nov 2018 in Norwich
Passionate about reaching out to people living in some of our poorest communities this event is for you!
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.
Archbishop's visit photo gallery
It was a wonderful privilege to welcome the Archbishop of Canterbury the Most Revd Justin Welby to our Diocese last week.
Who Let the Dads Out? @15
Since beginning in a small suburb of Chester back in 2003, Who Let the Dads Out? (WLTDO?) has sought to fly the flag for effectively engaging with dads, father figures and their children, and demonstrate God’s love to them by sharing hospitality, activities and enjoying time together. Anna Walker talks to founder Mark Chester.
Christmas attendance at Church of England services rises
Attendance at Christmas services in the Church of England is at its highest level for more than a decade, according to new figures published today.
Full extent of Church of England work to support local communities revealed
More than 33,000 social action projects - from food banks to debt counselling - are run or supported by churches, according to figures setting out for the first time the full scale of the Church of England's service to communities.