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In his previous column, Nigel Fox asked if we had an adequate view of Jesus is, and challenged some of our preconceptions. Nigel now continues his analysis, and explains why he believes that Jesus is angry.
The Raise Kids Work charity got a boost when 90 people gathered in Wymondham for an evening of Comedy and Cake with Preston funny man, Tony Vino.
Human activity is having profound effects on the world’s oceans with long-term consequences for climate change. Professor Meric Srokosz from the National Oceanography Centre will give a talk in Norwich on October 19.
St Francis Day was especially important for the tiny church of St Francis, which nestles at the heart of the Heartsease parish in Norwich.
A group of parents in Norfolk have been praying together for their children, their children’s school and each other. Sarah Betts shares an invitation to join in.
Lowestoft Living Word, an annual conference which takes place next week will celebrate the centenary of the 1921 Lowestoft Revival, and all are welcome to attend.
St Stephen’s Church in Norwich will be hosting a production by Artless Theatre Company called 'If Prison Walls Could Speak'.
Hebron Trust, a local charity that supports women through addiction, is looking for a move-on property to house their clients as they move on ready for a new start.
The African-born son of former missionary parents has been appointed as the new Assistant Leader at Oak Grove Community Church in Norwich. Keith Morris reports.
The Seafarers Centre on the South Quay in Great Yarmouth was officially reopened with a buffet lunch reception on Friday September 24.
When we share our passions we connect with people, and that is the idea behind local Christian charity English+’s programme of community activities.
Surrey Chapel in Norwich is hosting a morning for those working in churches and Christian organisations on the theme of ‘Jesus, lover of my soul’. Andy Rees shares and invitation.
How can we feed ten billion people? Professor Cristóbal Uauy from John Innes Centre Norwich will speak at St Peter Mancroft church on October 12, organised by Science and Faith in Norfolk group.
The Torch Trust will be running a series of taster sessions to help churches welcome blind and partially sighted people.
A family atmosphere with free drinks and cakes once again awaits lonely people in King’s Lynn as the Welcome Inn reopens its doors.
Nigel Fox asks if we have an adequate view of Jesus as He is, and challenges some of our pre-conceptions.
Politicians need to rediscover the importance of family, of faith and of place in politics after the Covid pandemic has sparked a change in community and what is possible, argued former Labour minister Ruth Kelly at the latest Newman Lecture in Norwich.
The Bishop of Norwich has held a picnic for refugees from Syria and Afghanistan in the garden of his home near Norwich Cathedral.
Visitors to Upper Sheringham Christmas Fayre next month will get the opportunity to ring the newly restored church bells.