Prayer Diary - Summer 2022
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Mary lives in North Walsham with her dog Pippa. She has mobility issues and her family relationships are tricky.
Moving into the neighbourhood
“The Word became flesh and blood, and moved into the neighbourhood,” says The Message translation of John 1.14. Next Sunday, 10 people will be ordained Deacon in Norwich Cathedral, most having just moved into their new parishes.
Faith in farming
Nigel Stangroom is a farmer near Dereham, growing herbs (parsley, mint, coriander, and tarragon), along with blackcurrants for Ribena, as well as the usual wheat and barley.
Our link Diocese of Luleå
The Diocese of Luleå in northern Sweden is finding ways to show the church can be counted on in a crisis, be a neighbour in times of need.
Love on a plate in Yarmouth
The Pathway Café and Resource Centre in Great Yarmouth provides three-course lunches for those in need within the local neighbourhood three days a week.
Norfolk’s Lieutenancy acknowledges the County’s best
There’s a lot to celebrate on Norfolk Day (27 July), as revealed by the appearance of new blue plaques “To commemorate our community’s resilience in the year of the pandemic 2020-2021”.
The global neighbourhood of the Anglican Communion
The Lambeth Conference is a gathering of bishops and their spouses from across the Anglican Communion for prayer and reflection, fellowship, and dialogue, about Church and world affairs.
Listen to the Voice of Creation
Creationtide or the Season of Creation is the period in the annual church calendar, from 1 September to 4 October, dedicated to God as Creator and Sustainer of all life.
Cromer BeachFest 22
With lovely golden sands and charming architecture, Cromer is renowned for summer good times at the seaside.