Following the announcement that the Diocese has been awarded £1.98m for church revitalisation the Diocese is launching a ten week training programme which seeks to equip and inspire church leaders across the Diocese.
There are many different approaches to the way we treat the environment, but All Saints' Church, Chedgrave has investigated how churches are called to do the most for the planet.
Two much-loved Norfolk churches are to share in funding payouts from the National Churches Trust.
The Diocese has been awarded £1.98m by the national Church of England towards a new programme to form new churches and revitalise existing ones.
The detailed Parish Share reports for the period to the 31st July 2019 are now available on the Diocesan website (in addition to Parish Share Online which can be accessed daily if you have a login and password).
The Bishop of Norwich has appointed a new Head Gardener for the historic Bishop's House Garden in succession to Simon Gaches who was appointed head gardener at Somerleyton Hall earlier this year.
On Monday 12 August between 6.30pm and 8.30pm Norwich Cathedral are inviting you to join them for an opportunity to share creative mission ideas and to hear something of the philosophy behind their Seeing it Differently project.
Earlier this week it was reported that at least 24 people have died in a tribal massacre in Papua New Guinea.
If you are involved in work with children and young people in your church or local school then there is one date you should have in your diary this year.
The General Synod of the Church of England has voted overwhelmingly in support of a new deal to co-ordinate and improve the approach to the care and well-being of clergy.
The detailed Parish Share reports for the period to the 30 June 2019 are now available on the Diocesan website (in addition to Parish Share Online which can be accessed daily if you have a login and password).
Do you know someoneone aged 11-18 who loves to sing? Auditions for Norwich Cathedral Girls' Choir are next taking place on Saturday 31 August.
The Church of England has published social media advice aimed at tackling online abuse, misleading content and encouraging a positive atmosphere for online conversations.
On Saturday 29 June (the hottest day of the year) 15 people were ordained Deacons and 7 ordained as Priests.
Despite the cooler weather it was yet another amazing couple of days at the Royal Norfolk Show and the Diocese marquee was buzzing with excitement!
Budding photographers could be in with a chance of winning £5,000 as part of a new competition launched by the UK's leading church insurer.
The legal process of confirming the election of the new Bishop of Norwich took place on Monday 17 June.
The Diocese will be at the Royal Norfolk Show to celebrate and highlight the church's role in local communities.
The search is on to find a team of volunteers to help Norwich Cathedral have some serious fun this summer.
People from different churches and groups across Norfolk are heading to London on Saturday 26 June to lobby their MPs.They will join thousands of others from across the UK and converge on Westminster in a mass lobby called The Time is Now.
Hundreds of Christians from dozens of churches gathered at Norwich Cathedral and outside the Forum in Norwich on to mark Pentecost as part of the Thy Kingdom Come initiative. Keith Morris reports.
In the village of Horstead, just on the edge of the Norfolk Broads, is something quite unique. Celebrating its 50th year, the Horstead Centre is based in the beautiful Old Rectory and is the only Church of England children's residential activity centre in the country. Josie Barnett, Centre Manager, charts its history over the past half-century.
In May 2019, Goodbox launched their cost-effective donation units which are tailored to charities to help them to accept contactless donations.
On Saturday 20 July scores of people will be abseiling down the 110ft high tower of St Mary's Church in Redenhall, South Norfolk in a bid to raise money for Christian Aid and the challenge is out for people in Norfolk to volunteer and have a go.
Around 150 events will be taking place throughout June, July and August in eighteen parish churches in the Aylsham area of Norfolk, most of which are free or donation only.
Although October half term is still some way off, planning and preparation is well underway for Cormorants Sailing Holiday 2019.
The Bishop of Lynn has asked for prayers for students and staff at a school in the link Diocese of Papua New Guinea.
Do you know what Spiritual Direction is? Would you value the opportunity to speak to someone about your spiritual life? How might a companion support you on your spiritual journey?
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!