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The Diocese uses social media to share stories and good practice of what churches are doing across Norfolk and Waveney which encourage and inspire others.
We also want to highlight new resources and top tips which might be practically helpful to all involved in local churches.
The Diocese' Facebook and Twitter accounts highlight a mixture of news, events, resources and local stories submitted by you - so please do share your stories and tag us in to the great stuff you're doing.
The Children, Youth & Families team social media accounts are also a great way to share ideas and network with others engaged in creative mission and ministry in children, youth and families work. These pages are an opportunity to learn from each other and journey together. You can follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
In July this year the Diocese also launched the Prayer Calendar on Facebook and Twitter. Many people use the Prayer Calendar every day - found in The Magazine and downloadable online - to pray for people, parishes and schools.
Speaking about the Prayer Calendar, Gordon Darley, Marketing & Communications Manager said:
"For those who use Twitter or Facebook it is often the first thing we check in the morning. We thought it would be wonderful if we could all join together each morning to receive the day's prayers direct our mobiles or tablets."
By following the Twitter handle @PrayerCalendar and Facebook page @PrayerCal you'll get a prayer each day at 6am highlighting parishes and schools across the Diocese that you can join together in praying for that day.