The Christian community in north Norwich demonstrates abundant love and hope throughout the schools, churches, communities (and airport!) they serve.
Thanks to a grant of £170,000 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and a gift of £35,000 from the Friends of Salthouse Church, the 13th-century Tower of St Nicholas has been successfully restored.
Notable 17th-century Architect, William Talman, was buried in Felmingham Churchyard after his death on 22nd November 1719. At the time he lived in Felmingham Hall and was Lord of the Manor.
On his visit to Depwade Deanery, Bishop Graham met the local people and heard about the many ways in which members of the Depwade community lend a hand to help their neighbours.
Open to anyone wanting to engage with the Diocese of Norwich church planting and revitalisation programme, this 10 week course lays the foundations for church planting and revitalisation.
Exploring mission, sharing ideas,uncovering solutions and finding support; a day with Revd Dr Sam Wells and guests
When tragedy strikes, large or small, natural, accidental or human made, huge demands are placed on churches and communities and their leaders.
This workshop will explore a faith-based, relationship-centred, hope-filled response to the challenge of dementia.
Community groups that support young children and their parents in Norfolk are being invited to apply to a new Community Fund designed to get our county's babies and preschoolers off to the best possible start.
In October 2018 the Norfolk Modern Slavery Collaboration (NMSC) was formed with the intention of joining up existing work in the area of modern slavery and raising awareness of this largely hidden problem.
Dr Sandra Millar, the Church of England's Head of Life Events, discusses the possibility of changes to marriage registration systems.
If you need funding for a church maintenance or repair project, want to install a toilet or kitchen to improve community facilities, or are seeking early stage funding (such as for a feasibility report) for your place of worship, then the National Churches Trust grant schemes could help you.
Three members of a Christian family in Egypt are fighting for their lives after being stabbed by a Muslim neighbour. However, local police have declared that the incident was "just a normal quarrel" and refused access of the family lawyer to the records of the prosecution.
The gun attack which killed 14 church members in a village in Burkina Faso is just the latest in a wave of Christian persecution in the West African nation, according to a Christian pastor working with victims in the country.
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has promised to help Syria's Christians rebuild their churches "so that they will be able to return to their lands and start praying there again." However, the promise does not convince a Christian pastor living in north-eastern Syria.
Part of a 16,000 strong petition with a difference went on display at Chapter House, Westminster Abbey this week. The Handmade Petition: I See You, consists of 16,000 handmade squares of fabric. Each one contains a message to women around the world who are currently being persecuted for their faith and gender.