A chance for the community to be heard
Pop, Corn & Grace FM 87.7 is back. The popular Christian community radio project based across communities around Aylsham will be launching their fourth annual broadcast from 31 May, 6pm until 4 June, 9pm
Churches across Norfolk feed 7000 people every month
New research has revealed that Christian groups and churches across Norfolk feed an incredible 7,000 people every month of the year, following the example and command of Jesus Christ to ‘feed the hungry’
Pilgrimage to the Holy Land led by The Dean of Norwich - an invitation to all from Bishop Graham
The Bishop of Norwich invites you to join a pilgrimage to the Holy Land in 2018.
From Norwich to Sierra Leone - St Thomas takes on a marathon
A team of 13 are swapping the streets of Norwich for Sierra Leone to take on a marathon dubbed 'the world's most worthwhile marathon' by Runners World.
Norfolk panel to talk on Christian leadership
Christian leaders and charity sectors will give personal insights into Christian Leadership in Today’s World at a free breakfast seminar to be staged by Celebrate Norfolk in Norwich on Saturday 10 June.
Breaking the taboo - talking about death and dying
This Friday (19 May) from 10am-3pm Aylsham Parish Church are holding a day discussing funerals, death, and grief; exploring all those questions we find it hard to ask.
St Mary’s Banham Church Repairs Nearing Completion
Since the award of a National Lottery grant of £229,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund in August 2016, major progress has been made at St Mary’s Church Banham to complete the repairs to the building and to open the Grade I listed church as a centre for community.
The Bishops' Prayer Pilgrimage to Humbleyard Deanery
The Bishop of Norwich The Rt Revd Graham James began his Prayer Pilgrimage by visiting the Humbleyard Deanery.
Norfolk's Finest Young Musicians to perform at Aylsham
Some of Norfolk's finest young musicians will be performing in Aylsham Parish Church on Saturday 3 June to herald the start of the Twelve Towers Festival, a month-long series of events celebrating the communities in and around Aylsham.
Riding Lights Autumn Tour present Gospel Street - A Radical Re-telling of the Good News
People are out on the street. Is this all there is? Who are you? What’s next?
Successful Good News for God's Earth event
On Saturday 6 May, people who share a passionate concern for the care of the environment met at the Green Britain Centre in Swaffham for an environmental conference: 'Good News for God's Earth'.
Theme for Open Churches Week 2017 announced!
The theme of this year’s Open Churches Week (Saturday 5 - Sunday 13 August) is ‘Our Parish and the World'.
St Margaret’s Church in Starston, wins National Lottery support
Starston PCC is pleased to announce that they have received initial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for a project entitled 'Keeping the water out and bringing the community in'.
40 Hours of Prayer at Walsingham
40 hours of continuous prayer will mark the build-up to the 2017 National Pilgrimage to Walsingham as pilgrims across the country support the Archbishop of Canterbury's Thy Kingdom Come initiative.
Archbishops' Pastoral Letter to parishes and chaplaincies for the General Election
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have issued a joint pastoral letter to parishes and chaplaincies regarding the forthcoming General Election.
Take a photo with the Archbishop of Canterbury at the Ministries Fair
A lifesize cut-out of the Archbishop Justin will be visiting the the East Anglia Ministries Fair on Saturday 13 May.
Do all dogs go to heaven?
Dog owner and Assistant Curate of the South Norfolk Mulbarton Benefice, Revd Andrew North, has recently completed his MA dissertation on the subject of what the Bible says about what happens to animals after they die.
Hundreds enjoy Family Fun Run and Picnic at Wolterton Hall
Yesterday hundreds of runners, walkers, and families attended the eighth Archdeacon's Charge and Picnic.
New Pioneer Missioner welcomed
Revd Tim Yau has been licensed by Bishop Graham to begin an exciting new role as a Pioneer Missioner and Mission Enabler, supporting Fresh Expressions of Church in the Diocese.
Cromer's 40acts of Kindness - a lesson in giving out not giving up
Cromer Church did Lent generously this year and reached out to the wider community with simple acts of kindness.
St George’s day Scout celebrations at St Peter's Church Sheringham
Saint George is the Patron Saint of England as well as for Scouts around the world. St George's Day is officially celebrated on the 23 April and this year around 500 Scouts will be at St Peter's Church, Sheringham to celebrate.
Diocesan Organ Scholarships
A number of years ago the Bishop's office set up a scheme of free lessons for those wishing to make a contribution on the organ in churches around the Diocese.
Nine young people complete Christian leadership course
Nine young people have just completed the Diocese ‘Growing Young Leaders’ course, exploring leadership form a Christian perspective, looking at the wisdom and encouragement from 1 and 2 Timothy in the Bible.
Twelve Towers Festival - a month of celebration in and around Aylsham
The Twelve Towers Festival is a month-long celebration of the communities in and around Aylsham. It will showcase a varied array of events - ranging from heritage, culture and the arts; to spirituality, community and family fun.
Bishop of Norwich’s Easter message in the EDP
The Rt Revd Graham James, Bishop of Norwich has released an Easter message which can be found below:
Passion on the streets of Reedham village
A gentle buzz of anticipation built as more than 500 people gathered in Reedham Primary School playground.
Cawston Parish Church wins National Lottery support
Cawston Parish Church has received initial support* from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for a major project which aims to weave together church and community.
Rector brushes up his shoe shining skills for Maundy Thursday
The Revd Mark Capron, Rector for Dersingham will be shining shoes from 9am-10.30am on Maundy Thursday (13 April) at the Co-Op store in Dersingham.
Eight ways you can get involved with Thy Kingdom Come
Thy Kingdom Come is just six weeks away and now is the time to start planning for your church event.
Changes to the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme (GASDS)
With effect from 6 April 2017, there have been some positive changes to how the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme (GASDS) will operate.