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Bishop of Norwich

Living life to the full

A bishop’s life is a full one! In an average week I can be in back-to-back meetings with individuals or groups, attending a variety of events and leading services at

Cry to be Heard! My Road to Recovery

On May 16, 1986, Steven Foyster jumped off the top of St Andrew’s Car Park in Norwich, aiming to kill himself. Incredibly, he survived. This is the story of the


After the Storm?

Storms often leave damage to lives and property, followed by a period of calm and then the enormous energy needed to rebuild. The Covid-19 pandemic, which is still raging in

Clergy & Chaplains

Focusing on the ministry of healing and wholeness

Many churches are already working tirelessly to support the health needs of their communities, and this project supports the continuation and development of that work. It is both theological and


Norfolk churches urged to get out and get wild

Charlie, has an extensive background in outdoor education, having worked as an outdoor instructor and forest ranger, and is now a licensed lay minister passionate about growing Wild Church Norfolk,

Children, Youth & Families

Yare Valley Churches launch online running club

Given the current Covid restrictions, the running club will be based online for the foreseeable future but people right across the community can join by downloading the Strava app, searching


Norfolk Winter Support Offer

We know for many people this winter will be challenging for a variety of reasons, and there will be a lot of people who will need help with things like