Transformed by Christ: Pastoral
What does it mean to live transformed by Christ, prayerful, pastoral and prophetic? Here are some encouraging stories to share as we seek to live together pastorally.
We will be pastoral in modelling the ministry of the whole people of God after Jesus the good shepherd. We will respond with loving service to the needs of the communities where we live and work, and teach, baptise and nurture new believers.
Watch Bishop Graham’s introduction to the second year of the vision; Transformed by Christ, Pastoral.
Church of England digital charter
At the beginning of a New Year and a new year of the Diocese vision – which focuses on living pastorally – we would like to ask you to consider the following question: What does it look like be a Christian online?More
Cost of living crisis: 2.6 million seek help from churches and faith groups
Nearly three million adults in the UK are estimated to have sought help from church or other religious organisations since the start of the year as a result of the cost of living crisis, according to research published just before Christmas.More
Celebrating Christmas with our church family in residential care homes
A Norfolk Anna Chaplain reports on how they are helping to make care home residents feel loved and remembered this ChristmasMore
Initiative in Holt launched to support local people by local people
In response to the cost of living crisis and unprecedented rise in energy costs St Andrew’s Parish Church Holt has set up a charitable fund to help local people who may be struggling to meet the increase in their home fuel bills.More
Diocese of Norwich Energy Grants
One off energy grants are now available to support parishes with rising energy costs.More
Digital Advent Calendar to launch on Advent Sunday
The 2022 digital Advent Calendar is about to launch featuring stories behind each door with a pastoral focus.More
Cost of Living Support Baby Basics
Volunteers at a church in Dersingham say they are putting together more emergency moses baskets for new mums due to the cost of living crisisMore