Welcome to our new website!

28 January 2020


The Diocese of Norwich's new website is aimed at resourcing and supporting parishes and those who hold key roles in the church.


The overall layout of the site has been updated and the structure improved to make it easier to find the information, documents, or resources you require.  The search bar at the top of the site lets you search for people, churches, documents, resources and more straight from the page you’re on.

“The new site has an excellent search function at its heart as well as clearer and simplified navigation. New content has been added and existing content reviewed, rewritten and refreshed” explains Gordon Darley, Director of Marketing & Communications.

The site is also mobile and tablet friendly making it easier to use whilst you’re on the move.  Pages now link to other related content elsewhere across the site, meaning that you can discover other items that are relevant to your interest conveniently and quickly.

The layout of The Magazine online and articles from it has been totally re-invigorated to provide a more user-friendly experience with the flickable version, articles, podcasts, and previous issues all on one easy-to-navigate page.

The website also features a new area called the Mission Hub, which signposts resources for mission and gives experiences of them being used.

You can search and filter resources by theme, audience, age groups and type, so for example look for Dyslexic-friendly Bibles or Bibles for young people aged 12–18, or choose resources from categories such as mental health, poverty, the environment, evangelism, discipleship and worship. You will also be able to find seasonal recommendations such as resources for Christmas, Lent, Easter and Pentecost.

We would love to hear recommendations of good resources either you or your parish or benefice have used and found helpful. So please visit the Mission Hub area and let us know via the form at the bottom of the page what resources you’d recommend to others. You can also leave comments with resources such as how you’ve found a resource helpful.

Please do tell us what you think of the new website via this online form.

Work on the website is continuing to be done each day over these next few weeks, so your feedback is invaluable in helping us tweak and refine the site.  Thank you!



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