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Heavenly Father, thank You for the simplicity of Your Word.. As I start to pray this I immediately start to think of the long debates and studies I have been involved in with others as we have grappled to understand exactly what a particular passage means
Viewpoint from Mike Clarry 22/01/2021
The promise of Jesus’ return is as assured as the assurance that the sun will rise in the morning, however “no man knows the day nor the hour” of His return (Matthew 24:36) More ...
Thanking God for the Windows
"Sometimes during lockdown my house has felt like a prison. But I'm learning to thank God for the windows" says Anna Heydon as she shares with us about looking at the positive More ...
Acle Methodists bring January cheer
Acle Methodist Church is bringing some cheer into the local community with its response to the national January Light project More ...
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Can we follow the truth in 2021?
Philip Young describes some of the challenges facing the new American President – challenges which we all need to face More ...
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Viewpoint from Father John Bloomfield 15/01/2021
Have you made any New Year resolutions? In the marking off of time, we give ourselves opportunities to create starting points. We all make plans for the future in some ways, if it’s nothing more than planning a holiday More ...
Awake vision 2021
An Awake Vision from Karl and Tracey Goffe
On 1st January United Kingdom officially became an island again (we took back control of our borders) More ...
Musings on my first three months as minister of Gorleston Baptist Church
As I reflect on the first three months in my new role as minister of Gorleston Baptist Church, I certainly wasn’t expecting the circumstances to be quite as they turned out to be! More ...
The attitude of gratitude 
I wonder how good you are at writing thank you letters. As a child, writing thank you letters after Christmas was always a chore, something to be done simply to please parents More ...
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Viewpoint from Revd Albert Cadmore 08/01/2021
Every year that passes by, there are always those who can look back over the year that has gone and reflect on difficult and dark times facing the hardships, sorrows, and challenges of illness, bereavement and other traumatic events More ...
Viewpoint Aug2010
Viewpoint from Revd Canon Simon Ward 01/01/2021
There’s lots of recipe books in the Rectory. Maybe you have a good stash of them too. Inevitably there are the recipes which are well thumbed, tried, tested, and trusted and those you look at and just enjoy the pictures More ...
Reflections for January 
At this time of year, when many people are busy making, keeping or breaking, their New Year resolutions, I decided it would be fitting to take a closer look at the phrase ‘self-control’, as it appears several times in the Bible More ...
Opening THE Book with Rev John K-S January 2021
I guess that many will look back on 2020 as a year they might rather forget. It has not only been a year of untold suffering and death through Covid-19, but the year continued to witness countless natural disasters, conflicts, terror, and war More ...
The Rockin' Rev January 2021
It’s good to begin a new year with hope, but few of us have left 2020 unscathed by the coronavirus pandemic More ...
EPIPHANY 01-2021
Feast of the Epiphany 6th January 
Where do we go from here? Perhaps this was a question the Wise Men asked after seeing the infant Jesus. They had come from a distant land to Jerusalem. They had followed a star and expected to see a royal child More ...
From Rev Helen Lynch January 2021
Happy New Year to you all! I hope you have had a pleasant Christmas (in spite of all the restrictions). Perhaps you have found joy in having a simpler time? And now we look forward to the fresh and shiny year of our Lord 2021 More ...
Let your light shine! 
Mag Way Methodists and Harbour Radio are looking for Light spreaders It’s been a tough time for many with Covid-19. And January can often be challenging anyway More ...
Gorleston church puts on Christmas dinner 
St Mary Magdalene in Gorleston put on a socially-distanced Christmas Day lunch for those who would otherwise have been alone More ...
“We're constantly adapting” - Vicar looks back on difficult year
A vicar leading a food bank during the coronavirus pandemic has been looking back on the year More ...
Viewpoint from Rt Rev Dr Alan Winton 24/12/2020
Christmas 2020 - Love in the Time of Coronavirus 
Covid-19 arrangements at Pathway Cafe
Story of the Christmas Rose 
Faith on the Front Line 
50/50 Club December 2020 draw winner announced
Viewpoint from Amy Simeons 18/12/2020
'Great disappointment' - charity cancels Christmas sit-down meal  
The Living Room winter Night Shelter needs volunteers
 Christmas hampers for lunch-club members 
Does the vaccine paper over the cause…?
Memorable moments from a long career in broadcasting 
Viewpoint from Rev Viv Ridpath 11/12/2020
New partnership on East Coast expands support for homeless
Toys and Tins appeal for vulnerable Norfolk children 
Christmas is definitely NOT cancelled! 
Viewpoint from Adam Bradley 04/12/2020
Martham churches launch reverse Advent scheme 
50/50 Club November 2020 draw winner announced
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