Communications & IT
Order resources for Thy Kingdom Come
New resources are now available for parishes from the Diocese for Thy Kingdom Come, a global prayer movement between 25 May and 4 June.
7 top church video websites
A brief guide to websites offering worship background video loops & short inspirational videos
Publicise your events and news through our Communications team
We love to hear what is happening near you and we want to help you promote the good work your community is doing. Unfortunately we cannot fit all the wonderful news we get into eNews and The Magazine. However here are some tips on how to make your story more likely to feature.
Connecting with us through social media
Many churches are actively engaging in social media to connect with each other and their local community.
Start your day with prayer using social media
Many people across the Diocese use the Prayer Calendar each day - found in The Magazine and downloadable online - to pray for people, parishes and schools.
Church of England apps hit 200,000 downloads
Church House Publishing has released an infographic to mark a new milestone in its Church of England apps programme, with over 200,000 first-time downloads.
Celebrating the church in action at the Royal Norfolk Show
An enlarged Christian presence at the Royal Norfolk Show was hailed a fantastic success as 84,000 people were reported to have visited the largest agricultural show in East Anglia.
Aylsham Church launches new interactive church app
The new app called 'Aylsham Church' has been specially designed by local IT firm Norfolk Geeks to bring the 14th Century building alive for a 21st Century visitor.
Bishop launches new five year Mission Strategy
The Bishop of Norwich has launched a new five year strategy for mission in the Diocese.
Cross of nails sculpture to be showcased at the Norfolk Show
At this year’s Royal Norfolk Show a large crucifix sculpture will be on show in the Diocese of Norwich’s marquee made from hundreds of crosses welded together from cut and clasp nails.