Due to the retirement of our successful Headteacher we are offering an exciting opportunity to lead our federated schools, to build on the excellent work that has already been achieved and further expand the federation to include other schools in the future.
A new incumbent is sought to serve this lively three-parish benefice. Close to Norwich on the London side, it offers good schools, good transport links, three very different village communities and good potential for growth.
As part of the on-going support to PCC officers we are running another series of workshops across the Diocese providing a range of resources and advice on everything from church finance, stewardship, resources for children and young people, church publicity, IT, support for buildings, administration and more!
Norwich was dubbed "the most Godless city in the UK" following the 2011 Census but the Church of England's Annual Statistics for 2011, published today, show that the Diocese of Norwich is the second fastest growing diocese in the Church of England with a 9% increase in weekly church attendance.
Details of the Celebrate Norwich and Norfolk 2013 event from June 7-9 have been revealed, together with an appeal to churches, Christian organizations, musicians and performers to join the popular festival.
Ecclesiastical has once again opened its annual Ministry Bursary Awards for entries. The awards are open to all clergy in Anglican Christian faiths and aim to provide financial support to members of the clergy for sabbatical breaks and projects undertaken in 2014.
Speaking at the Norwich Diocesan Synod on Saturday 16th March, the Bishop of Norwich, the Right Revd Graham James made his Presidential Address. Bishop Graham spoke on subjects such as Women Bishops and gay marriage. You can read his full address below.
After the announcement of a new Pope, the former Bishop of Argentina, The Right Revd David Leake, (now living in North Norfolk) tells of his life in Argentina and his friendship with the new head of the Roman Catholic Church.