Chaplains and those involved in pastoral care are invited to a half day training session around self-care and its importance, organised by the Revd Canon Chris Copsey, Development Worker for Good Work and Chaplain to the Norfolk Coroner on Wednesday 27 February.
The Hidden Voices course, to explore what a church response to modern slavery could look like in Great Yarmouth, will take place in Gorleston during February and March, and all are welcome.
This year's Lent Appeal is focused on supporting the Church of North India in tackling modern day slavery.
A Novena of Prayer has been written and Prayer Cards made which parishes can use between 3 - 11 March as we pray for the discernment of our new Diocesan Bishop.
The Archbishop of Canterbury and The Archbishop of York have written a letter to all to invite them to join in with Thy Kingdom Come 2019.
The Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust (DNEAT) has begun the recruitment process for a new Chief Executive Officer to take up post in September 2019.
Mapping the Gospels, the popular Bible study series written by the Revd Susanna Gunner, now has it's own website where visitors can find out much more about each of the resources.
James Hawksworth has been leading the new King's Lynn Centre of Mission, a partnership between the Church Army, the Diocese of Norwich and local churches for just over a year, and in that time has established a growing ministry with young people and families in the town.
On Thursday 24 January a special day of prayer will be held at Norwich Cathedral to celebrate Christian unity within the city, with Christians and churches of all denominations welcome to take part.
Bishop Alan has written a Christmas message for the EDP. This article was written for the EDP and Evening News and published in December 2018.
Three historic churches in Norfolk are among 77 across the UK to share in a £430,000 Christmas grants payout from the National Churches Trust.
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.
All the fun of the fair is coming to Norwich Cathedral in summer 2019 to take people on a journey of discovery.
The church of St Peter Mancroft, neighbouring Norwich market, has a new vicar with an entrepreneurial spirit and an enthusiasm for finding out what brings people joy.
Celebrate Norwich & Norfolk is marking its 10th 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 bells of All Saints Church, Upper Sheringham are set to ring again next autumn, after a wait of over eighty years.
Figures published by the Church of England Statistics for Mission 2017 show that over 2000 churches report either running or supporting night shelters in England.
Aylsham Parish Church is trialling the use of a live voting smartphone app during sermons to help engage the congregation.
Singer Jonathan Veira will be returning to Gorleston at the end of January with a new one-man show which blends a love of hymns with his own style of laughter, storytelling and entertainment.
A short message of thanks from Bishop Graham.
Bishop Graham said an emotional official farewell to the Diocese of Norwich at a packed Norwich Cathedral after 19 years as our bishop.
Over 2,000 people gathered over two services at Norwich Cathedral on Sunday 25 November to give thanks for Bishop Graham's ministry.
St Peter Mancroft Church will host the Springs Dance Company as they return with their 22nd Advent tour 'Journey of the Magi'.
On Friday 23 November, 2018 volunteers of King’s Lynn Winter Night Shelter will be participating in the Sleepout Challenge. This is a national sponsored event facilitated by the Church Urban Fund to help marginalised people in England transform their lives and communities.
It was a wonderful privilege to welcome the Archbishop of Canterbury the Most Revd Justin Welby to our Diocese last week.
Since beginning in a small suburb of Chester back in 2003, Who Let the Dads Out? (WLTDO?) has sought to fly the flag for effectively engaging with dads, father figures and their children, and demonstrate God’s love to them by sharing hospitality, activities and enjoying time together. Anna Walker talks to founder Mark Chester.
Attendance at Christmas services in the Church of England is at its highest level for more than a decade, according to new figures published today.
More than 33,000 social action projects - from food banks to debt counselling - are run or supported by churches, according to figures setting out for the first time the full scale of the Church of England's service to communities.
This year marks 50 years since The Children’s Society brought Christingle to this country. Everyone is invited to join the celebrations to make this 50th anniversary year the biggest for Christingle yet.
Burn 24/7 Norwich is encouraging Christians to spend Halloween ‘Taking Back the Night’ on Wednesday 31 October with an evening of extended worship in Norwich Cathedral and outreach on the city’s streets.