North Norfolk Artist Rosalie Osborne Gibb is continuing her fund-raising efforts for St Margaret's Church in Thorpe Market with an art exhibition next month.
A previous student of Archbishop Sancroft Highschool has been posted to The Band of the Coldstream Guards in London. Her first engagement being the state opening of parliament on Monday.
On 22 November 1719, the prominent late seventeenth-century architect, William Talman, died at Felmingham Hall. He was buried in St Andrew's Church, Felmingham. His recently-discovered grave will be renovated in honour of the 300th anniversary since his death.
The Salvation Army's 'Recycle with Michael' scheme has inspired pupils in several schools across Norfolk to recycle over a tonne of clothes, and pupils from Weasenham C of E Primary Academy topped the list winning a county-wide prize.
On Sunday 6 October the Fountain of Life Church at Ashill held a service to celebrate five years of the Mid Norfolk CAP Debt Centre and heard testimony of its life-changing impact.
This August, as part of the "sharing of experiences", six people were invited to join in a pilgrimage along the Dag Hammarskjold Way which lies 250 km within the Arctic Circle, further cementing the link between the Diocese of Norwich and the Diocese of Lulea in the far north of Sweden. Steve Williamson shares their journey.
The people of Redenhall Deanery share their passions, hopes, and projects with Bishop Graham on his visit to them.
From songs to sea and back again; the people of Great Yarmouth Deanery warmly welcomed Bishop Graham into their daily lives and the things that mattered most to them.
St Mary Magdalene in Gorleston has celebrated ten years of its weekly drop-in lunch, The Bridge.
On Saturday 7 September at 10am at Acle War Memorial Hall Recreation Centre a ceremony took place to celebrate the opening of Memorial Gardens in memory of those who gave their lives in World Wars One and Two.
People across the Lynn Deanery welcomed Bishop Graham to their local communities and shared their projects, churches, outreach, hopes and concerns in the areas of their service and ministry yesterday.
On Thursday 29 August, The Bishop of Lynn, the Rt Revd Bishop Jonathan Meyrick went on a pilgrimage of prayer, worship, and a boat ride. Here, Robin Myerscough, tells us more.
Aylsham Parish Church has teamed up with the Benjamin Foundation to help and encourage young people living in supported accommodation with the Go-Ahead Career Coaching Award Scheme.
Little Barningham village's last permanent pub closed its door decades ago, but the beer and wine were flowing on Friday 23 August for the whole community and beyond.
Around 120 classic cars gathered at Norwich Cathedral on Saturday 3 August for the start of the 2019 Norfolk Open Churches Classic Car Run.
Three surprise findings have been uncovered during a £270,000 restoration of Waterden church in North Norfolk in the middle of fields near the site of the lost medieval village it served.
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.
The community of Aylsham threw a huge one-day festival this month to say thank you and farewell to Revd Canon Andrew Beane and his family, as he moves to take up a new post as the Archdeacon of Exeter in Devon.
Harry Potter fans flocked to Cawston on Friday 9 August where the amazing medieval church provided a backdrop for a celebration of J.K. Rowling's magical world.
The Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk, Countess Euston, and Deputy Lieutenant, William Kendall, visited the Lowestoft Community Fridge at Saint Andrews Church today.
On Saturday 21 September four new Readers will be licensed in Norwich Cathedral, and over a hundred more will renew their promises, as they do each year in a Readers' Day Eucharist that highlights the importance of this essential ministry.
The Living Room was set up by some of the Great Yarmouth church leaders and Imagine Norfolk Together, working in conjunction with local agencies, and first opened its doors in January 2017.
Monica Brewster shares the story of the ongoing commemorations of Christ Church's 150 years of outreach and ministry in the seaside community of Lowestoft.
Sue Morton, Project Coordinator for Upper Sheringham Bell Appeal gives an update on the project.
On 2 July the Bishop of Lynn, the Rt Revd Jonathan Meyrick, visited the Loddon Deanery, continuing the Bishops' Prayer Pilgrimages.
The community of Aylsham are throwing a one-day festival on Sunday 28 July to say thank you and farewell to their Rector, Revd Canon Andrew Beane, as he prepares to take up a new post as the Archdeacon of Exeter in Devon.
One of the Activity Instructors at the Horstead Centre, Arron Fisk, has been raising money for Syrian Refugees by undertaking a sponsored ration challenge. Centre Manager Josie Barnett tells us more.
On Friday 21 June, Richard Bacon, MP for South Norfolk came to Forncett Primary School to find out about unlocking education for all children. This is a campaign to help all children to have an education, currently 262 million are locked out of education.
Beer & Hymns at The King's Head in North Elmham welcomed Bishop Jonathan to its Eastertide evening in late May. The Revd Sally Kimmis, Heart of Norfolk BenficeTeam Rector, tells us more.
Saturday 15 June saw the roads around Magdalen Square in Gorleston closed off and the green space taken over by 'Summer on the Mag', a community fete hosted by St Mary Magdalene Church and incorporating Magdalen Way Methodist Church Summer Fair.
Anna Heydon, Imagine Norfolk Together Worker recently went to a Modern Slavery conference at Lambeth Palace. She shares her story below.
Thanks to the Heritage Lottery Fund, All Saints Church Waterden were awarded a grant of £183,000 last September for a major building project on their church.
The congregation of St Mary the Virgin, Heacham ran a 24/7 prayer room in their church hall for the second year running, as part of the global Thy Kingdom Come prayer campaign. Penny Taylor, Western Shore Team Administrator, tells us more.
'Love is the Thread' is a new exhibition at the Burning Bush Barn in South Norfolk showcasing the work of the Cloth of Kindness Project, an arts and wellbeing initiative developed by a Norfolk Christian artist for cancer patients and users of the Big C Centres across Norfolk.
A dozen West Norfolk churches are set to come together for the fourth year running at the Celebrate Festival for a community fun day in the centre of King's Lynn on Saturday 8 June, facilitated by Celebrate King's Lynn.
The Revd Sharon Lord, rector at Pakefield Church, is set to take a leap of faith from a clifftop church tower to help boost an appeal for the building's upkeep.
Sunny skies and eager pilgrims met the Bishop of Lynn, the Rt Revd Jonathan Meyrick, from the train in Attleborough on Tuesday for his Prayer Pilgrimage to the Deanery of Thetford and Rockland (an area stretching from Attleborough to Thetford along the A11 in South Norfolk).
Marleen Madinda of The Long Stratton and Pilgrim Team Ministry made it safely to the ground to share her recent abseiling challenge from All Saints Church in Tibenham.
Well it was certainly a case that rain didn't stop play at the Archdeacon's Charge and Family Picnic 2019 at Sandringham. The sun may not have made an appearance but crowds of people certainly did.
For the second year in a row student at Aylsham High School have been exploring prayer, spirituality and life's biggest questions with their very own interactive prayer space.
In 1919 the R34 airship flew from Scotland to Long Island and back to Pulham, the first double airborne Atlantic crossing. Diss Museum's celebrations include a service with a difference, featuring the story of this airship, at St. Mary's Church on Sunday 14 July.
On 1 November 2018 the King's Lynn Winter Night Shelter opened its doors for our first full winter season, and by 31 March 2019 had welcomed 97 people as guests.
Once again the Norfolk Broads Village of Acle demonstrated its enthusiastic commitment to ecumenism with a joint churches Easter sunrise service.
A group of young people from Gorleston spent part of their Easter holidays undertaking manual jobs to serve their community.
The Bishop of Thetford, the Rt Revd Alan Winton, found himself in a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle (WAV) on his recent visit to a group of churches in Brundall.
People from all over the Diocese came together in Norwich Cathedral to join in with the Maundy Thursday Chrism Eucharist.
Hazel Horspole gives an insight into this Norwich city benefice whose motto is to "connect with God, connect with each other, connect with the world."
This week Poringland and Framingham Earl Churches' Together held one of their Lent Bible study groups in the Royal Oak pub.
Amid the current turmoil over the UK's relationship with Europe, two deaneries from Dereham and Denmark cemented a friendship with a signed agreement last weekend, that had originated from a simple meeting a few years before.
The congregation of St. Bartholomew's Church, Corton has been celebrating the award of a £28,300 grant from the government's Coastal Revival Fund (CRF).
At the time of writing, with Brexit possibly just weeks away, David Foster joined some of the congregation of Igreja Batista de Dereham, a vibrant Portuguese-language congregation, over coffee and bolo de arroz to find out about their life in Norfolk and their hopes and fears for the future.
For the past couple of decades, All Saints Freethorpe PCC has been wanting to provide modern facilities in the church. As a round tower church, it would have been difficult to get permission to build an internal toilet, and the cost was prohibitive. Peter Allies takes up the story.
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 on Friday 19 April will continue this tradition.
During the early part of last summer, I drove over to Blakeney to hear a workshop led by Dr Nigel Walter who, by profession, is not only an architect but also a theologian, writes Fabric Officer Jamie Campbell
Earlier this year, a visit by a mission team from the Glaven Valley Benefice to Rwanda coincided with a unique community event that takes place on the last Saturday of each month. Jonathan Lamb, of Life In Abundance International, facilitated the trip and reports.
A clear demonstration of unity in diversity was shown recently in a recurring event of churches coming together across denominations in one Norfolk village.
The Revd Heather Cracknell has been appointed to a national Fresh Expression role with the Church of England based in Westminster.
By kind permission of Her Majesty The Queen, the Sandringham Estate will host the Archdeacon's Charge on Saturday 18 May 2019 - and you could be a part of it!
Imagine Norfolk Together have published 'Church in the Community', a directory of services provided by churches in the Great Yarmouth area, and many have been surprised at how much community action they are involved in.
St Andrew's Church in Norwich's city centre is planning an Easter Service in the lunchtime of Thursday 18 April for city workers to enjoy an accessible Bible talk, glorious music and tasty refreshments.