PCC News - Issue 5
Articles in this issue...
Spring into action and help record churchyard wildlife
Do you like wildlife? Would you be interested in learning more about wildflowers? Could you spare a day or two in 2016 to help Norfolk Wildlife Trust (NWT) with an exciting new wildlife project?
Village cinema brings community & church together
Movies at St Mary’s’ is a village cinema organised by St Mary’s Church, Banham and The Friends of Banham Church.
Copyright: reproducing hymn & song words, music and audio/video
Keeping on the right side of the law: Following on from previous articles on understanding the law in terms of running lotteries (raffl es), sale of alcohol, etc., we now move onto the area of copyright and the law.
The egg that shares the Easter story
This year The Real Easter Egg range has had a makeover and each single boxed egg includes a unique copy of the Easter story in the shape of a pull out 37cm high cross illustrated by Helen Cann.
Health and Safety in churchyards – practical guidance
A Parochial Church Council is responsible legally for the care and maintenance of their churchyard(s) and this requirement extends to the safety of the churchyard and, in particular, memorials.
The key to opening your church building
Churches can be a benefit for the whole community and not just for those who attend worship on a Sunday.
Take another look at your energy tariff
In recent months, the price of crude oil has fallen from the heady heights of $130 a barrel to less than $30.
Building for the future in Gorleston
Those who live in the east of the Diocese and travel through Gorleston have seen the magnificent church of St Andrew’s towering above the other buildings.
Church insurance: is there a better way?
Parishes will be well aware that the cost of insurance is often one of the highest areas of expenditure and in recent years the increasing cost has become a source of concern for many.
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