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Last year Norwich Christian youth charity ENYP says it fed almost 8,400 people and estimates that this year it will reach even more.
The Vigil Mass of Christmas saw the biggest congregation of the year in attendance earlier today (Christmas Eve) at a packed St John the Baptist Cathedral in Norwich, when families filled almost every conceivable space.
The Big Christmas Jam on December 19 showcased the musical and dramatic talents of the young people working with Norwich Youth for Christ, and was the first opportunity to see their new two-part Christmas film, 'Snowflakes', before it went live today.
This weekend a large team of volunteers from Christian charities St Thomas Norwich Trust and English+ will deliver Christmas parcels of food, money and gifts to people across Norwich seeking asylum, accompanied with an invitation to a free Christmas Day.
A five-month stay at Norwich based drug rehab Hebron House saved Kay’s life. The charity wants to raise more money so more women like Kay can experience freedom from drugs and alcohol and learn to live again. Helen Baldry reports.
A Norwich church has recently played host to over 500 angels of all shapes, sizes and compositions.
The new building constructed for Norwich’s Chinese Church was packed on Monday, November 26 for its Grand Opening as the flourishing congregation celebrated having the space to grow as a West Norwich church serving the whole community.
Norfolk nurse Edith Cavell made the ultimate sacrifice helping First World War soldiers reach safety and this Saturday her heroism will be remembered at a special graveside service at Norwich Cathedral with the unveiling of a new story board in Tombland.
This week The Matthew Project relocated their Head Office to their newly purchased property on Oak Street, where the charity plan to establish a Norwich Recovery Hub with strong community recovery support and access to training and enterprise.
This year a Norfolk-based Christian charity has issued urban survival packs to 65 ex-offenders being released from HMP Norwich with no fixed abode. As winter approaches they are appealing for donations of survival kit items.
Norwich Anglican Cathedral has defended its use of zero hours contracts which have been attacked by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
A Norfolk Christian charity planned to feed 5,000 people this year through community projects. By the end of August they have already smashed this target, which shows the efficiency of the project, but also the extent of food poverty in Norfolk.
Brazilian missionaries Paulo and Cláudia Mussi moved from Portugal to North Norwich in March, and have quickly got involved in plans to create a new community hub for people living in the Mousehold area. Jenny Seal reports.
Norwich artist Ben Bell is launching a new group in the old Norwich and Norfolk Hospital chapel encouraging people from the surrounding area to doodle and use art as a way of expressing themselves. Jenny Seal reports.
Norwich Youth for Christ is relocating their premises after 12 years to take up residence at newly formed Mousehold Hub just North of the city.
A Norwich church has helped a Christian charity in Thailand reach prostitutes working in the red light district of Patpong with the transforming message of the gospel.
Christians will be taking part in Norwich Pride on Saturday July 28 to “celebrate God’s love for humanity in all its diversity”, according to organisers, and they are inviting others to join them.
A Norwich church has embarked upon a community project on the Larkman estate and has plans to use their new building for youth work, focusing on music and drama.
Academic and former prison chaplain, Andrew Eburne, last night became the first parishioner from St John the Baptist Cathedral in Norwich to be ordained to the Catholic priesthood in 25 years.
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