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Recently the broadband connection to my home was severed.Thanks to BT Openreach, it was up and running again within 24 hours, but in the intervening period I was amazed how many times I went to do things that would use that connection but could not do so!
Daily Share-a-Prayer w/e 16/05/2021
Heavenly Father, thank You that being a Christian is not just a way of life, it is the Way of LIFE!! More ...
PLANT SALE 05-2021
Plant sale at St Andrew's Church, Gorleston
St Andrew's Community Gardeners are holding their annual plant sale in St Andrew's Church Grounds, Gorleston now restrictions have been eased More ...
“Any idea what it might be?” - Rector uncovers mystery ruin
Reverend Steve Deall, of St Nicholas Church in Bradwell, is hoping to find out the origins of the remains of a stone wall he uncovered in the churchyard More ...
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Yarmouth community café feeding local needy
The Great Yarmouth Pathway Cafe and Support Centre, run by Minster Mission, has supplied 1233 meals to needy locals during April More ...
Nick walks 300,000 steps for Christian Aid Week
Rev Nick Garrard is walking 300,000 steps in May to raise money for Christian Aid, and help communities impacted by climate change More ...
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Viewpoint from Rev Brian Hall 07/05/2021
This past year has taken its toll on our personal lives, on our relationships, on our economy, on our collective mental health, on our churches, and on our communities More ...
I have always enjoyed the idea of the paradox. A paradox is a logically self-contradictory statement or a statement that runs contrary to our expectation. It can even take the form of an image, like the staircase that appears to climb endlessly More ...
Are we there yet?
The words that many a parent has heard from their children whilst on a journey, often when there is still a long way to go! Of course the children have no idea how long the journey is going to take, and it’s a fair question More ...
Opening THE Book with Rev John K-S May 2021
Following on from last month, here are some more helpful and trustworthy verses from the Bible for those times when we need some words of encouragement and helpful advice, especially when we're stressed or anxious More ...
The Rockin' Rev May 2021
Grief: personal and public. The restrictions put into place during the coronavirus pandemic have been constantly changing, through three lockdowns and periods of opening up More ...
From the Vicarage May 2021
I'm writing this May article in mid-April and I can tell you that I am looking forward to the warmth of the coming month as only within the last week we had snow and hail and freezing temperatures! More ...
Pathway News April 2021
Jen from Pathway Cafe and Support Centre shares with us the news of all the great work they are doing More ...
News from the Mag May 2021
A haircut or a pint in a beer garden? What were you looking forward to most? As I write, we have just reached step two of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown and my social media, at least, is flooded with images of people doing both! More ...
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Viewpoint from Revd Sue Hemsley Halls 30/04/2021
Would you call yourself an outdoor person or do you prefer the comfort of indoors? Over the last year, we have recognised the benefits of being outside with reduced risks of infection More ...
Great Yarmouth Minster to receive £19,200 from second round of the Government’s Culture Recovery Fun
Great Yarmouth Minster has received a grant of £19,200 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help Great Yarmouth’s oldest building recover and reopen More ...
Be the first to read the Spring Good News paper
The spring edition of popular Christian newspaper Good News for Norwich and Norfolk, containing stories from across the local Christian community, has just been published online, including a special Celebrate Norfolk showcase More ...
Christian Aid week May 2021
Christian Aid week 10th-16th May 2021. Climate Chaos is one of the greatest injustices we face. Together we stop this climate crisis More ...
The Pathway Café and Support Centre 6 month report 
Jen King reaches the 6 month mark of joining Pathway, and now feels like a good time to reflect on progress, embrace achievements, and look to the future More ...
Today I choose joy
50/50 Club April 2021 draw winner announced
Viewpoint from Mary Ives 23/04/2021
Global warming or God’s warning…
Viewpoint from Rev Helen Lynch 16/04/2021
Homeless charity expanding across Norfolk
Pastor’s hike to commemorate East Anglian Revival
Norfolk church projects receive part of £5m funds
Viewpoint from Rev Rosie Bunn 09/04/2021
Prime Minister praises churches' pandemic role
Easter packs a treat for Peterhouse Academy families
The Rockin' Rev April 2021
Opening THE Book with Rev John K-S April 2021
Viewpoint from Rt Rev Alan S Hopes 02/04/2021
From the Rectory April 2021
Climate Justice is Christian Aid focus
Rev Rosie writes about Easter
Caister Parish Church fundraising project close to fruition
Martham church reopens after repairs
Lesley says 'goodbye' as she retires from TimeNorfolk 
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