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Crossroads Earlham congregation outside planting a tree for #ShowTheLove

Crossroads Earlham shows the love

The morning and evening congregations of Crossroads St Anne’s in Earlham, Norwich wore their hearts on their sleeves to #ShowTheLove for climate justice on Sunday. They planted 10 native tree

Hands in chains

Standing against Modern Slavery

The first time I heard the phrase ‘modern slavery’ was 15 years ago during the notices at the end of a small group meeting. An anti-slavery organisation was mentioned and

Choristers racing around the cloisters of Norwich Cathedral with frying pans.

Pancake race fun in Norwich cathedral cloisters 

Armed with frying pans, choristers at Norwich’s Anglican Cathedral raced around the cloisters flipping pancakes as they went in the annual Shrove Tuesday tradition yesterday. The Dean of Norwich, the

Saint Andrews Front of house volunteers
Cost of Living

Hidden poverty

As the cost-of-living crisis continues, often creating hidden poverty in homes and schools, many families and older people are having to choose between eating or heating their homes. Last year,

Helen Norris

New Safeguarding Trainer appointed

Helen Norris has been appointed as a new trainer to join the safeguarding team within the Parish Support Team at the Diocese. Helen replaces Ruth Walker, who retired in January

Millennium Yew Tree Project

Millennium Yew Tree Project

Does anyone have a spare Millennium Yew tree? The Conservation Foundation helped communities throughout the country to celebrate the year 2000 by distributing almost 8000 young yews propagated from ancient

The Revd Tracy Jessop at Fakenham Church
Accessible church

New entrance underway for Fakenham Church

St Peter and St Paul’s church in Fakenham has announced that work has started on improvements to its entrance doors to improve accessibility. The project will help make the building


King’s Lynn Peace and Justice Forum

Over 45 people gathered at Cornerstone King’s Lynn Baptist Church for a day conference on Peace and Justice. The free event, held on Saturday 13 January, was open to anyone