Training & learning opportunities

The Diocese offers and promotes a wide range of training and learning opportunities.

Related Events

Gaia Exhibition in St Peter Mancroft, Norwich

Fri 1 Oct at 10.00 am - Sun 31 Oct at 5.00 pm

St Peter Mancroft Norwich

See our lovely planet home as if from space.


Campaigning Skills Workshop with Jess Hall from Christian Aid

Sun 3 Oct at 6.00 pm - 7.00 pm

St Peter Mancroft Norwich

Spend an hour discovering the impact campaigning can have, and hone your skills in this practical workshop


A new dawn for estates ministry?

Wed 6 Oct at 10.30 am - 4.00 pm

St Elizabeth’s, Earlham

A day for networking with fellow urban estates practitioners and our guest facilitator Sara Barron, of the National Estates Church Network.


Black Lives Matter Everywhere: inequality, racial justice & climate change

Wed 6 Oct at 7.30 pm

St Peter Mancroft Norwich

Chine McDonald (Head of Public Engagement for Christian Aid) will speak about the vital importance of involving black voices in the climate justice movement – especially in this pivotal year for climate justice as the UK hosts COP26 this year.


Maintenance in Practice

Sat 9 Oct at 10.30 am - 12.00 pm

St Swithin’s, Bintree

A free practical session to learn simple tips on looking after your historic church building to reduce the cost of repairs.


Supervising AWA’s webinar

Tue 12 Oct at 10.00 am - 12.15 pm


For Clergy and Readers who are currently supervising AWAs, and for those considering having AWAs in their parish.This webinar will be led by Jane Keeton, the Diocesan Counsellor & Adviser in Pastoral Care; and Sue Hemsley Halls, Diocesan AWA co-ordinator.


Climate and Food Security: How can we feed 10 billion people?

Tue 12 Oct at 7.00 pm

St Peter Mancroft, Norwich

How can food production can be increased when the world is in stress from a changing climate? Join Professor Cristobal Uauy as he explores this question.


The Ocean, Climate Change & Christianity: Blue Planet, Blue God

Tue 19 Oct at 7.30 pm

St Peter Mancroft, Norwich

Human activity is having profound effects on the world's oceans with long-term consequences for climate change, Professor Meric Srokosz dives deeper into the subject.


In-person and online two-day retreat on Julian of Norwich

Fri 29 Oct at 2.00 pm - Sat 30 Oct at 4.00 pm

St Julian’s, Norwich

Led by Revd Dr Emma Pennington, a canon from Canterbury Cathedral.