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Jack Mollicone is training to run 83 miles in one day for the Matthew Project, as a way of distancing himself from the life he used to live.
Richard Cockaday has reached 50 years as organist at Holy Trinity, easily the longest-serving keyboard player in the church’s 159-year history.
A new book from Hodder and Stoughton tells the story of Robert Glover, whose Norwich-based charity Care for Children has placed a million children in families in China and beyond.
A Christian couple have returned to Norfolk from Senegal due to the coronavirus and are looking for accommodation.
Having recently celebrated his seventy-fifth birthday, Peter Nicholls is training for a marathon to raise funds for communities in Zambia and Zimbabwe impacted by Covid-19.
Harry, aged 8, who attends Fountain of Life church in Norfolk with his family, is walking 46 miles of the Peddars Way with his grandad to raise money for Tearfund.
Rev Dr Alex Irving is moving on from his role as curate at St Stephen's church in Norwich for an appointment as lecturer at St Mellitus College.
Inspirational Norwich Christian pioneer Val Dodsworth has been usefully spending her time during lockdown writing a short biography of her remarkable life.
A Bible study group in Tokyo is aiming to build bridges between Norwich and the Japanese church.
The prolific author John Wright from Kirby Bedon has published a new book entitled ‘The Road to Antioch’.
The Bishop of Norwich will be undertaking a pilgrimage of prayer for relief from the Covid-19 pandemic along the Walsingham Way from Norwich Anglican Cathedral to the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, over three days next week.
A young musician linked with St Barnabas church in Norwich has released a song capturing some of the emotions around the Covid-19 pandemic.
A Norwich church pastor has spoken out against racism close to home in the light of the death of George Floyd at the hands of policemen in Minneapolis.
Anne Simpson, a Pentecostal pastor living in Thrigby on the Norfolk Broads, had a vision two years ago for creating a refuge for women and children in Malawi. She is now seeing it turn into a reality.
A youth worker at Oak Grove Community Church is running at least 10km on each of the first 29 days of June and finishing with a half marathon on June 30.
In March, shortly before the coronavirus lockdown hit the UK, Suffolk couple David and Manuela Pawson were heading for Japan as missionaries with OMF International.
Fr Sean Connolly overcame two exploding bike tyres to heroically continue broadcasting his increasingly popular Evening Prayer podcast live, as he wheeled his bike back to St George’s in Norwich last week.
A 79-year-old woman who has recovered from the Covid-19 virus after treatment at the Norfolk and Norwich hospital says that she cannot praise NHS staff highly enough.
Living in a modest semi in the Hellesdon area of Norwich, Elaine Tattersall is no less than a life-saver according to the two young refugees for whom she provides a home – and a whole lot more – as part of YMCA Norfolk vital Supported Lodgings scheme.
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