Prayer Calendar

The Prayer Calendar aims to encourage and aid prayer for people and parishes in the Diocese of Norwich and around the world.

12 April 2021

Necton: Holme Hale, Necton, North Pickenham, South Pickenham

Clergy: Stephen Thorp. Licensed Lay Minister: Carole Hicks, Susan March, Raymond Mathias

Necton CofE VA Primary School

All Authorised Worship Assistants and Diocesan Co-ordinator, Sue Hemsley Halls.

Church of Bhopal – The Church of North India.

13 April 2021

Oxborough Group: Bodney, Didlington, Little Cressingham, Oxborough

Clergy: Linda Lubbe. Licensed Lay Minister: George Lynne

Honorary Assistant Bishops: Norman Banks and Rod Thomas.

Diocese of Bida – The Church of Nigeria.

14 April 2021

Swaffham and Sporle: Sporle with Great and Little Palgrave, Swaffham

Clergy: Janet Allan, Hilary De Lyon. Licensed Lay Minister: Julia Richardson, Andy Mash

Sporle CofE Primary Academy, Swaffham CofE Junior Academy, Swaffham CofE VC Infant School

Diocese of Biharamulo – The Anglican Church of Tanzania

15 April 2021

Clergy: Paul Wilkinson

Bishop’s Staff meeting today.

Diocese of Birmingham – The Church of England.

16 April 2021

Clergy: Geraldine Foster

DNEAT Operations Team and DNEAT Finance Team.

Diocesan IT Admin Assistant, James Hodson. All those who are helping to facilitate worship through video link and live streaming.

Diocese of Blackburn – The Church of England.

17 April 2021

Clergy: Geraldine Foster, Kyla Sorensen. Licensed Lay Ministers: Shirley Blake, Margaret Enger, Jackie Cook, Elaine Rodgers

Diocesan Adviser for Woman’s Ministry, Julie Boyd.

Diocese of Bo – The Church of the Province of West Africa.

18 April 2021


The Bishop’s Lent Appeal: This year as a diocese we will be joining together to give towards the Archbishop of Canterbury’s ‘Together in Unity’ appeal to support churches and communities around the world during the pandemic. The garden at Bishop’s House will be open today to support the appeal.

The Church of Ireland.


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By following the Twitter handle @PrayerCalendar, each day at 6am a tweet is sent highlighting parishes and schools people across the Diocese are praying for that day (slimmed down to the 140 character limit). By ‘liking’ the Facebook page here users can receive the full day’s calendar entry, also at 6am each day.

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