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In The Interregnum July 2022
St Andrew’s interregnum (being ‘in-between’ vicars) is now underway: and it’s been quite a challenging prospect. As a small child I was once taken to the Farnborough Air Show. I don’t remember much of what would have been a very full day More ...
Minster B.O.B
Best of British 
Great Yarmouth Minster Preservation Trust presents G and S Singers in a 'Best of British' concert More ...
Prayer Corner July 2022
Prayer is simply having a conversation with God. It can be out loud or in your head and heart, it can be about whatever you want it to be and you can pray whenever and wherever you want to, God is always listening More ...
Daily Share-a-Prayer w/e 03/07/2022
Heavenly Father, for so many people there are tough days ahead. In the past, not so much these days, the television programme being aired would be interrupted and a voice would say something like, "Due to circumstances beyond our control we are unable to More ...
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Viewpoint from Rev Martin Upton 01/07/2022
What are you looking forward to at the moment? Summer holidays? A birthday? A wedding or anniversary? A visit to someone or by someone special? Some other occasion? More ...
Introducing the new Team Vicar for Great Yarmouth Parish
I thought that I would introduce myself before I come and join you in Great Yarmouth. My name is Rev Ashley Hines, and I am married to Roger, we have one daughter and son-in-law, three sons, a daughter-in–law, and three grandchildren More ...
First chance to read Summer Good News paper
The Summer edition of popular Christian newspaper Good News for Norwich and Norfolk, containing stories from across the local Christian community, has just been published online More ...
Great Yarmouth Arts Festival
This is an opportunity to see what great talent we have locally and for you to participate in the Festival. I do hope you will support it More ...
Our Day Out in Great Yarmouth
Focuses on providing music and movement-based activities for older people in order to improve wellbeing, decrease feelings of isolation and loneliness, and create new social connections by bringing people together More ...
Christians Together on Martham Green 
A gathering to worship Jesus and have fellowship. Music and singing praises in a relaxed and friendly environment. Do come and join us More ...
Network Yarmouth needs roving reporters
Network Yarmouth needs more people to report what is happening in the Borough of Great Yarmouth’s Christian community More ...
Amilcar to leave East Norfolk Youth for Christ
East Norfolk Youth for Christ will be losing their youth worker, Amilcar Formoso, at the end of the academic year, and are considering their options for continuing the work in the area More ...
Viewpoint Aug2010
Viewpoint from Rev John Kinchin-Smith 24/06/2022
When I hold a Bible in my hand, I know that I'm holding the most precious thing in the world. In school we learn all sorts of facts about the way things work and skills to help us to live in today's world More ...
YMCA Norfolk to appoint two new directors 
YMCA Norfolk is looking for two new directors to enable it to grow its provision of accommodation alongside its Early Years and communities work. More ...
Gorleston church seeks Operations Coordinator  
St Mary Magdalene Church, Gorleston is seeking to recruit a fulltime Operations Coordinator to support the ministry of this growing, thriving church More ...
Listening is a form of kindness
Recently I was introduced to Wordle. It’s a game that I play on my tablet. I have six attempts to guess a five-letter word, with feedback given for each guess. I usually get to the answer by the sixth attempt but occasionally I get completely stuck More ...
Viewpoint from Marion Ferrari 17/06/2022
I’ve been thinking about the F word recently. Forgiveness. I have heard the analogy that holding on to a grudge or refusing to forgive is like drinking poison and hoping the other person dies! More ...
Acle ecumenical walkers pray for workers
Acle Churches Together has held its traditional annual prayer walk, stopping at various venues in the village to pray for the work performed by the staff employed within More ...
Yarmouth churches on guard against cyber crime
A Cyber security training event is being held next month to help churches, primarily in the Yarmouth area, protect themselves and their communities from the threat of cyber-crime More ...
Viewpoint from Izabela Clarry 10/06/2022
As I look at the world around us, it seems that there’s a battle raging; a battle of the mind and for our minds. Mind is where thoughts and feelings originate which then lead to actions More ...
Blue Plaques for pandemic provision
During the difficult times of lockdown and restrictions during the pandemic, the Borough's foodbanks were needed more than ever and they rose to the challenge. Their tireless work and selflessness has been recognised and commended through blue plaque More ...
Estate fun day celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee draws huge crowds
Summer on the Mag for the Platinum Jubilee, hosted by St Mary Magdalene Church in partnership with local arts’ organisation, Freshly Greated, and Magdalen Way Methodist Church, saw an estimated 4000 thousand people converge on Magdalen Square More ...
In the Interregnum
As Rev Brian Hall’s time as Vicar of St Andrews comes to an end this month, it’s good to have this opportunity to thank him for his ministry over these last six years and to wish him and Barbara God’s blessing in retirement More ...
Thousands enjoy estate fun day for Queen's jubilee celebrations
Families got in the jubilee mood in Gorleston as they enjoyed a celebration of the Queen's 70 years on the throne. The sun beamed down as thousands of people enjoyed the Summer on the Mag Jubilee fun day in Magdalen Square throughout Thursday More ...
Opening THE Book with Rev John K-S June 2022
Viewpoint from Andrew Scott 03/06/2022
From the Rectory June 2022
Anna Chaplaincy based at Yare Valley Churches
Success for Yarmouth church’s social foodstore
Rev Rosie writes about the Queen's Platinum Jubilee
Viewpoint from Rev Helen Garrard 27/05/2022
Amilcar to leave East Norfolk Youth for Christ
Responsible car wash scheme in Great Yarmouth
Kingsgate Community Church presented with a blue plaque
Viewpoint from Hazel Thackray 20/05/2022
Stalham Baptists raising funds to refurbish
Turning trials to triumphs
Viewpoint from Rev Brian Hall 13/05/2022
What can we learn from the geese?
Offering help to Ukrainian Refugees in Martham
Awareness part two
Awareness part one
Viewpoint from Revd Sue Hemsley Halls 06/05/2022
Rev Rosie writes about looking forward
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