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 Thursday 12 September.
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.
UK faith leaders including Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury, and Abdul Qayyum, Chief Imam of the East London Mosque which serves Britain's largest Muslim community, have urged Christians, Muslims and people of other faiths and none to support the Disasters Emergency Committee's Cyclone Idai Appeal to help those affected in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe.
A church-inspired project aimed at putting social action and community engagement work across Norfolk onto a digital map held a public launch in the council chamber of County Hall in Norwich.
The Church of England has called for communities to join together in conversation and prayer as Brexit discussions reach a pivotal point.
The search is on to find a team of volunteers to help Norwich Cathedral have some serious fun this summer.
Celebrate Norfolk is aiming to fill the Forum and Millennium Plain in Norwich with heavenly sounds at its flagship event on Saturday 29 June and wants choirs and music groups to help.
Ability Sunday is about running a day of inclusion and participation in your community, with special consideration for the needs of disabled people.
This week Mothers' Union has launched its 'Make A Mother's Day' appeal with an inspiring ethical gifts catalogue full of gifts ranging from £6 to £100.
Last year churches across the Diocese enjoyed the first ever Norfolk Day by hosting parties and get togethers to celebrate what a wonderful place Norfolk is.
Could your church be a Station for ShareTheMiracle, an initiative that hopes to provide Easter eggs for those less fortunate?
As many of you will be aware, 2018 was a very special year for Christingle, as it marked 50 years since the first Christingle service, on behalf of The Children's Society, who want to say a huge thank you to everyone involved.
The Archbishop of York, the Most Revd Dr John Sentamu, has welcomed a 'plastic free' version of The Real Easter Egg.
A number of services will be taking place around the Diocese to pray for the Crown Nomination Commission as they meet on 11 & 12 March, and for the new Bishop of Norwich.
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.
Riding Lights Theatre Company are pleased to announce a revival of their acclaimed passion play The Narrow Road by Paul Birch, from Monday 25 March to Saturday 20 April, and are now taking bookings.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) was established by Royal Charter in 1917 as the sole organisation charged with commemorating the Commonwealth forces who died during the two World Wars.
A Dream of a show is heading to the 2019 Shakespeare Festival at Norwich Cathedral.
Now in its 4th year, Thy Kingdom Come has united over a million Christians from more than 65 different denominations and traditions, in more than 114 countries to pray for evangelisation. It takes place between Ascension to Pentecost which this year is Thursday 30 May - Sunday 9 June.