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Now postponed due to COVID19 situation. The University of East Anglia, in collaboration with religious education charity Keswick Hall Trust, are holding three free conversations on religious persecution in 2020 at the Forum in Norwich during March.
There is the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of countless pilgrims and join an ecumenical pilgrimage to Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk this May, starting on the Norfolk Broads. Now postponed to May 2021.
Former police sergeant and now “Salvation Detective” Tony Francis spoke to a Norwich audience recently of how he has used his sleuthing skills to unravel the spiritual heritage of the USA.
An exhibition which marks the enormous impact of the YMCA across the world over its 175-year history has arrived in Norwich as part of a nation-wide tour.
Norfolk’s three bishops have expressed their deep sorrow for the hurt and anger that was caused by the recent House of Bishops' guidance about civil partnerships.
A youth-led Escape Room is set to come to Norwich for one day only in February as part of the YMCA 175 Exhibition in the Castle Quarter.
Christian social policy charity CARE has launched a website, engaGE19, to promote active engagement in the 2019 General Election.
A new film production of John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress will be screened in both Norwich and Cromer this weekend.
Norfolk-based Christian creative agency The Family Table has launched a new Creatives Network and issued an invite to a first meeting in Norwich on November 4.
A lack of personal peace and inner calm in people’s lives is the number one issue for them, believes Norwich-based Christian counsellor, author and church pastor John Clements.
Christian men’s ministry CVM is celebrating its 30th birthday with a national tour in a VW campervan, including a recent visit to Norwich.
Well-known Norfolk evangelist John Wright has just released a free online version of his book called The Road to Emmaus, a collection of short testimonies and Gospel stories, for Network Norfolk readers.
Churches across Norfolk are being encouraged to be watchful for those in tight knit farming and rural communities who are at risk of depression and suicide.
St Thomas Norwich Trust is offering people the opportunity to support its developing work tackling modern slavery in Norfolk and across the world by attending an Evening to Bring Freedom at the Assembly house in the city on February 9.
A 40ft helter skelter fairground ride, a canvas labyrinth, a walk-in Bible and a blind trail will all be installed in Norwich Anglican cathedral next summer as part of a Seeing It Differently project.
More than 5,400 people packed out Soul Church in Norwich over the weekend to see its Christmas extravaganza The Wonder.
With a remote-controlled star, flame lights and a machine pumping out the aroma of frankincense, Andy Jones, founder of Raise Kids Work, is creating an unforgettable experience in Norfolk schools this advent for almost 1,200 children to discover ‘The Wond
Eighty people came to hear Dr Sarah Housden from UEA talk on the subject of “Memory, Dementia and the Spiritual Self” at a recent meeting of Science and Faith in Norfolk.
Stalham Baptist Church provided a relaxed environment for some 180 music fans to enjoy music by Hebron, a top rate Messianic trio, including international star Helen Shapiro.
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