The Diocese is committed to supporting links with churches across the world.
As this area develops we will include details of links our parishes have with other countries and projects.
This survivor's journey is published in Norwich today, Monday 8 April. The book tells the story of Illuminee Nganemariya and her baby son Roger Nsengiyumva's survival in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, during the 1994 Genocide and subsequent life in Norwich.
Amid the current turmoil over the UK's relationship with Europe, two deaneries from Dereham and Denmark cemented a friendship with a signed agreement last weekend, that had originated from a simple meeting a few years before.
At the time of writing, with Brexit possibly just weeks away, David Foster joined some of the congregation of Igreja Batista de Dereham, a vibrant Portuguese-language congregation, over coffee and bolo de arroz to find out about their life in Norfolk and their hopes and fears for the future.
Earlier this year, a visit by a mission team from the Glaven Valley Benefice to Rwanda coincided with a unique community event that takes place on the last Saturday of each month. Jonathan Lamb, of Life In Abundance International, facilitated the trip and reports.
When people in Norfolk ask the Revd Philip Harvey where he's from, he pauses. The pause accounts for the fact that he left Australia in 2002, then lived in Germany, Oman, Luxembourg and, since July 2017, in Sprowston (north Norwich) as curate. He shares his thoughts on the perspective this physical and spiritual journey has given him.
The Dean of Norwich the Very Revd Jane Hedges, is delighted to announce that both she and the Rt Revd Jonathan Meyrick, Bishop of Lynn, are leading a pilgrimage to the Holy Land in early 2020.
The new Diocesan President and Trustee board for the Diocese of Norwich Mothers' Union was commissioned by the Bishop of Lynn at a special service in Norwich Cathedral last week. The Revd Andrew Whitehead was licensed as Diocesan Chaplain to Mothers' Union at the same service.
Revd Canon Pat Atkinson is an ordinary person with an extraordinary legacy of taking Norfolk love onto the streets of India over almost 30 years, helping transform the lives of thousands of street children, destitute elderly people and those facing cancer and leprosy.
Mothers’ Union has made history this week in electing its first ever Worldwide President from outside the British Isles. A record number of Mothers’ Union leaders from across the globe voted for Mrs Sheran Harper, from Guyana, to represent and lead the movement’s four million members in 84 countries.
During an intense period in the autumn of 2015 thousands of refugees came by train to stations in the Diocese of Luleå. Emma Berkman, Communications Officer in the Diocese, describes how the parishes acted immediately to make the arrival as loving as possible.
Louise Jackson, a teacher at Thurton Primary School, has been raising money with the school for the charity 'Street Child', an educational charity primarily based in Sierra Leone.
Rebecca Boardman looks back on a short-term mission placement with the USPG Journey With Us programme. For those who want to know more about the programme, USPG is running an ‘Exploration and Discernment Weekend’ in April.
The 2018 Lent Appeal focuses on enabling local mission in Simbai, Papua New Guinea.
One of the great joys of belonging to our particular Christian family in the Diocese of Norwich is its world-wide dimension. Our Anglican link is with the Province of Papua New Guinea.
Reviewed by Steve Foyster for the July/August 2017 edition of The Magazine.
Have you seen the YouTube video, 'What has Aid ever done for Anyone?' that has been doing the rounds recently?
The Diocese is making a number of short films that celebrate what churches across the Diocese are doing to promote the gospel and show God’s love.
Stoke Holy Cross Church is a small rural church in South Norfolk. When our vicar, Rob Baker, initially introduced the idea of twinning with a rural church in Uganda, through the New Wine and Tearfund Change a Nation initiative, we felt it gave us a fantastic opportunity to be directly connected to a Ugandan village and help to change peoples’ lives.
The Revd Lynn Fry and her husband Tony spent eight months in Papua New Guinea as guests of the Anglican Church and returned there last Autumn to continue their work in the theological college in Popendetta.
Many people in the Diocese will be aware of our longstanding links with Luleå in Sweden and with Papua New Guinea. What may come as a surprise is the extent of further links recently uncovered.
In 2017 the Lent Appeal will be focused on raising money to provide a car for Hospice Ethiopia to reach those in need of palliative care.
The Revd Lynn Fry and her husband Tony spent eight months in Papua New Guinea as guests of the Anglican Church and are returning this month to continue their work in the vocational college.