By kind permission of Her Majesty The Queen, the Sandringham Estate will host the Archdeacon's Charge on Saturday 18 May 2019 - and you could be a part of it!
Imagine Norfolk Together have published 'Church in the Community', a directory of services provided by churches in the Great Yarmouth area, and many have been surprised at how much community action they are involved in.
St Andrew's Church in Norwich's city centre is planning an Easter Service in the lunchtime of Thursday 18 April for city workers to enjoy an accessible Bible talk, glorious music and tasty refreshments.
When people in Norfolk ask the Revd Philip Harvey where he's from, he pauses. The pause accounts for the fact that he left Australia in 2002, then lived in Germany, Oman, Luxembourg and, since July 2017, in Sprowston (north Norwich) as curate. He shares his thoughts on the perspective this physical and spiritual journey has given him.
If you are thinking about Reader ministry and hope to start training in August 2019, this is for you! Meet the staff and find out what training involves.
An inspirational day exploring ways in which music helps us connect with God and one another through prayer.
Editing human genes is now relatively easy. Dr Alexander Massmann will talk and lead a discussion on the social implications of gene editing, as viewed from the perspective of Christian ethics.
Franciscan Brother Sam is a well known speaker, retreat leader and known for his contribution to the prayer and community life of the Church. Listen to him speak about we can see the world differently.
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 you look after the Facebook page for your church, you might have seen the analytics Facebook provides with each post and not sure what it was telling you.
Riding Lights Theatre Company are pleased to announce a revival of their acclaimed passion play The Narrow Road by Paul Birch, from Monday 25 March to Saturday 20 April, and are now taking bookings.
The Church of England has called for communities to join together in conversation and prayer as Brexit discussions reach a pivotal point.
The search is on to find a team of volunteers to help Norwich Cathedral have some serious fun this summer.
Celebrate Norfolk is aiming to fill the Forum and Millennium Plain in Norwich with heavenly sounds at its flagship event on Saturday 29 June and wants choirs and music groups to help.
Ability Sunday is about running a day of inclusion and participation in your community, with special consideration for the needs of disabled people.