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Diocesan Synod Elections 2024

Elections to our Diocesan Synod take place every three years. This is where each deanery in the diocese elects its clergy and lay representatives to represent them on a diocesan level for a term of three years.

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

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,

Together we will change the world

Tackling Racial Injustice

“We are determined to create a future where every student receives an education free from racial injustice.” Sarah Claflin is the Diocese of Norwich Schools Adviser for Racial Justice. Sarah

Peace Doves at Gaywood

Hundreds of Peace Doves arrive at Gaywood

In these times of war and devastation around the world, we witness conflict even in our local communities, peace can seem like a distant hope. We can feel that our


Being Installed as an Honorary Canon

I have always loved Cathedrals – these great bastions of faith and tradition hold a special fascination; the architecture, their place in the nation’s often dark and turbulent history, the


Day of action on fossil fuel pollution

The action day has been organised by the Make Polluters Pay coalition of charities and campaign groups, including international development agency Christian Aid. It will include people participating in pilgrimages,