Yvonne Mack, one of the wardens at Blofield Church, has recently been named volunteer of the year by the YMCA in Norfolk.
North Norfolk Artist Rosalie Osborne Gibb is continuing her fund-raising efforts for St Margaret's Church in Thorpe Market with an art exhibition next month.
A previous student of Archbishop Sancroft Highschool has been posted to The Band of the Coldstream Guards in London. Her first engagement being the state opening of parliament on Monday.
On 22 November 1719, the prominent late seventeenth-century architect, William Talman, died at Felmingham Hall. He was buried in St Andrew's Church, Felmingham. His recently-discovered grave will be renovated in honour of the 300th anniversary since his death.
The Life Events Diary is free custom-built online software from the Church of England Life Events Team which streamlines administration for baptisms, weddings, banns and funerals. This day will take you step-by-step through the website showing how it works and all of its functionality.
The Global Leadership Summit is a videocast event hosted by Lighthouse Church and Norwich Youth for Christ on November 14 and 15. Speakers include Bear Grylls, Krish Kandiah, Craig Groeschel, Patrick Lencioni and many more.
Workshops, worship and learning, bringing fresh perspective on the Advent Season.
A fantastic, light-hearted opportunity to learn how to encourage legacies in your parish. Legacies are often a catalyst for great mission opportunities.
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.
On Saturday 9 November in a cathedral packed with 1,800 people, the Rt Revd Graham Usher was enthroned as the seventy-second Bishop of Norwich in a service rich with symbolism.
Tea and cake at a top London restaurant with Bill Bryson OBE; a personal guided tour of the Chapel of St Peter and St Paul in Greenwich with Michael Palin OBE; and joining TV historian and author Bettany Hughes OBE on location are just some of the 'money-can't-buy' lots going under the hammer in the National Churches Trust's new 'Save our Churches' online auction, raising funds to help pay for urgent repairs to the nation's churches.
The Church of England's Environmental Advisory Group has called for all parts of the Church to recognise the Climate Crisis and step up its action to safeguard God's creation.
Singing for Syrians is a nationwide campaign chaired by Victoria Prentis, MP offering a fun, inclusive and positive way to raise money for some of Syria's most vulnerable people. Get the resources to join in and support the cause.