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Churches across Norwich will be uniting in the national Thy Kingdom Come event on Sunday 9 June.
If your church has opened a new extension, completed a re-ordering scheme or undergone a major repair or conservation project, enter it for 2019 Church Architecture Awards!
The 8 May 1945 was the day peace emerged after nearly six years of war, so the 75th anniversary on 8 May 2020 represents an important milestone in our history.
Sublime music and song filled Norwich Cathedral for a royal celebration marking a major landmark in the £2.5m They Shall Laugh and Sing Music Appeal.
Churches across Norfolk are busy making fundraising breakfasts, organising supermarket collections, delivering fundraising envelopes, holding church collections, selling cakes and so much more as we approach Christian Aid Week.
It was a wonderful occasion as His Royal Highness Prince Edward met with children, staff and volunteers at the Horstead Residential Centre.
Last month the Friends of St Benet's Abbey continued their celebration of the 1000th anniversary of the founding of the Abbey with a 'Discovery day'. An audience of around 100 were welcomed to a series of talks, and a trip to the site with leading experts, to find out about aspects of its history.
The Rt Revd Graham Usher visited a variety of places on Friday 3 May as news of his nomination was announced.
Speaking outside The Forum in Norwich on Friday 3 May, Bishop of Norwich designate, the Rt Revd Graham Usher gave his first thoughts on his appointment.
Following the announcement outside the Forum in Norwich, Bishop Graham gave a series of media interviews before visiting a variety of places nearby.
Downing Street has today announced that the Rt Revd Graham Usher will become the 72nd Bishop of Norwich.
Climate change protests have been very much in the news recently, but Andy Bryant argues that there is an even more fundamental issue that needs to be addressed.
The 100th anniversary of Edith Cavell's final journey home to Norfolk will be marked by two poignant services later this month.
Around 20 people from churches across the Great Yarmouth Borough have been working through a training course to help churches identify and combat modern slavery, and how Christians can make a difference locally.
Building on the success of last year's Green Health Live, a subsequent event will take place at Lambeth Palace on Wednesday 5 June.
Bishop Alan has written an Easter message for the EDP. This article was written for the EDP and Evening News and published in April 2019.
Hundreds gathered in the bright afternoon sunshine under the glass canopy of Anglia Square in Norwich on Good Friday to witness the medieval tradition of the church using street theatre to tell stories from the Bible.
We can see from the stories below how parishes have been able to earn easy money for their church funds or church schools by taking part in the walk or run.
The Revd Andrew's new ministry will be inaugurated at a special service in Ottery St Mary on 25 September and there will be an installation service at Exeter Cathedral on 22 October.
Norwich Cathedral and various City Centre Churches will be the venues for The Maundy Thursday City Centre Watch.
From the sublime sound of Norwich Cathedral Choir singing Bach's St John Passion to Easter services and an egg hunt for all the family, there is lots to look forward to at Norwich Cathedral this Easter. Below are eight highlights.
Tony and Lynn Fry have completed their two year posting to Simbai, a remote settlement of subsistence farmers is the Madang Province. Here they give an update on their experiences.
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.
In Medieval times the church used street theatre to tell stories from the Bible as a way to communicate Christianity to everyone. The Anglia Square Passion will continue this tradition.
A 60 minute documentary written, produced and directed by Sally-Anne Lomas for BBC4 in 2016 and presented by Dr Janina Ramirez is now available on DVD.
Celebrate Norwich & Norfolk is marking its tenth anniversary in 2019 and the team behind the charity has been reimagining its future to come up with a new-look event for June 2019.
The finale of the Primary Debating Outreach Project, devised by Norwich School and the Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust (DNEAT) was held at Norwich School.
The Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust (DNEAT) is one of the largest multi academy trusts in the East of England. Following a national recruitment and selection process Oliver Burwood has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Trust.
The Living Room charity in Great Yarmouth has been able to boost its help to the town's homeless this winter, thanks to help from several local churches.