Half a century of welcome for young people
In the village of Horstead, just on the edge of the Norfolk Broads, is something quite unique. Celebrating its 50th year, the Horstead Centre is based in the beautiful Old Rectory and is the only Church of England children's residential activity centre in the country. Josie Barnett, Centre Manager, charts its history over the past half-century.
The truth of the matter: build wells
Anna Walker and Rihanna Cracknell explore some common myths around attracting and keeping young people in our churches.
All aboard for a Cormorants sailing holiday
Although October half term is still some way off, planning and preparation is well underway for Cormorants Sailing Holiday 2019.
Resources for difficult questions
Jonathan Richardson shares a range of helpful resources to facilitate difficult conversations with teenagers.
Aylsham High School Festival of Faith
Do God and politics mix? How will Brexit affect the Church? How does faith motivate the work of Christians in politics? Who would Jesus vote for?
The Narrow Road - A Passion Play
Riding Lights Theatre Company are pleased to announce a revival of their acclaimed passion playÂ The Narrow RoadÂ by Paul Birch, from Monday 25 March to Saturday 20 April, and are now taking bookings.
Signing expression of faith in Brancaster
Inspired by a recent article about Deaf Church in The Magazine, Catherine Golding, a teacher from a Church of England School in North Norfolk got in touch to share their story.
Anna Walker writes about the impact of ecumenical youth ministry and some of its expressions in Norfolk.
Developing Christian Distinctiveness - A day for Toddler Group Leaders
On Saturday 9 March, toddler group leaders from across Norfolk and beyond will be gathering for a training day on Developing Christian Distinctiveness.