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A project to carry out essential urgent repairs on St Edmund's Church in Kessingland can now go ahead following the award of a £168,000 grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund
Daily Share-a-Prayer w/e 30/01/2022
Heavenly Father, I thanked You yesterday for coming into the world to take the punishment that should have been mine, crucifixion, 'taking the bullet for me’ More ...
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Viewpoint from Father John Bloomfield 21/01/2022
Today is the feast day of St Agnes, a Christian martyr of the fourth century. All the stories of the early saints were embellished by additions through the centuries, so it is sometimes difficult to draw out the historical truth from legend More ...
New Yarmouth hub for pregnancy loss charity
TimeNorfolk, the pregnancy loss charity, has opened a space dedicated to counselling for bereaved parents in Great Yarmouth More ...
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Rag Man
There was once a man made entirely of rags. His head was a dishcloth; his clothes a waterfall of fabric; his eyes cracks of blue silk and his mouth a crescent of scarlet velvet More ...
TEACHER OF THE YEAR
Peterhouse teacher announced as Teacher of the Year
Saul Garthwaite of Peterhouse Church of England Primary Academy in Gorleston has been named as Teacher of the Year in the Great Yarmouth Mercury Awards 2021 More ...
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50/50 Club January 2022 draw winner announced
Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre's January draw was conducted by Mrs P Paine, and the lucky winner is ..... More ...
Viewpoint from Rev Canon Simon Ward 14/01/2022
News came this week of the death of Archbishop Desmond Tutu. He was a huge character with an appetite for justice which turned him into a driving force for good through the dark times of Apartheid in South Africa More ...
We are all gifted
I believe we are all gifted, in one way or another. Our gifts are intended to be a blessing to others and to bless us. There have been occasions when I have witnessed people using their gifts and it has almost taken my breath away More ...
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Gorleston church to celebrate new kitchen at special service
A Gorleston church will be celebrating the installation of new kitchen and accessible toilets at a special service later this month More ...
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Yarmouth church provides free hot food for needy
Kingsgate Community Church in Great Yarmouth has restarted their Hot Food Hub, providing free hot meals for local people in need More ...
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Viewpoint from Revd Albert Cadmore 07/01/2022
We are just one week into the New Year and the pantomime season is still with us. At the Gorleston Pavilion we had the rags to riches tale of Mother Goose, and now in January we have other rags to riches tale with Aladdin, and elsewhere, other pantomime More ...
Messy Church goes wild
Fun, faith, food, fellowship. families, craft, caring community at Magdalen Way Methodist Church, Gorleston More ...
DONNA DODSON WELCOME 2022
Welcome for Rev Donna Dodson 
We would like to invite friends and neighbours to come along to celebrate with us on Sunday 30th January. Statement Choir will be there and we have space to socially distance so if you have friends in the Mag area of Gorleston please bring them along too More ...
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The Rockin' Rev January 2022
Happy New Year everyone! Last year I shared with you my discovery that the Cambridge Dictionary named “quarantine” as its “Word of the Year” for 2020 More ...
Opening THE Book with Rev John K-S January 2022
I’m sure that many are hoping that 2022 will be a better year than last year. But there will continue to be many challenges ahead More ...
News from the Mag January 2022
If you’ve walked past St Mary Magdalene Church recently, you might have noticed builders’ vans outside on a regular basis. With funding from Norfolk County Council’s Social Infrastructure Fund, we are making some changes to the church building More ...
From the Rectory January 2022
First of all, may I wish you all a very happy and peaceful New Year and thank you all for your prayers and kind wishes at Christmastide, all of which were much appreciated. I do hope you all enjoyed a good Christmas More ...
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Rev Rosie Bunn, Rector of All Saints Church, Belton and St Peter and St Paul Church, Burgh Castle, reflects on the past twelve months and looks forward to making differences in 2022 More ...
Viewpoint from Jane Walters 31/12/2021
By the time you’re reading this, I will have returned from my Christmas break down on the south coast. It was a rerun of last year’s plans – to spend Christmas with my mum for the first time in many years – which were scuppered by Tier 4 restrictions More ...
News from St Peter and St Paul Church, Burgh Castle
What a year! Another year of lockdown and then gradual re¬opening; of church services being ‘live-streamed online’ more than actual live in-person services in our church buildings More ...
The Pathway Café and Support Centre looks forward to 2022 
As 2021 draws to a close and 2022 arrives with a welcome sense of optimism, I always feel like this Advent period produces a need for both reflection and forward thinking More ...
Revd Jemma’s Reminiscences 
Rev Jemma Sander-Heys, Team Vicar in the Great Yarmouth Team Ministry, reminisces about her time spent in Great Yarmouth as she prepares to move to Oakworth in the West Yorkshire Dales More ...
Volunteers bring 'joy' to those who would have spent Christmas alone  
The St Mary Magdalene Church in Gorleston held its yearly Christmas Day lunch for people suffering from loneliness or isolation More ...
Viewpoint from Rt Rev Dr Alan Winton 24/12/2021
Christmas is a time for the giving and receiving of gifts. The custom seems to come partly from the gifts the wise men brought to Jesus, but also from the sense in which Christians believe that Jesus is God’s own Son, a gift to the world More ...
Ed Sheeran and LadBaby boost Waveney foodbank
Viewpoint from Rev Helen Garrard 17/12/2021
Kingsley gifts support Lowestoft Christmas lunch
Viewpoint from Rev Viv Ridpath 10/12/2021
Looking forward to my Booster
Could you support Yarmouth area youth outreach?
Whose Birthday Is It Anyway?  
Opening THE Book with Rev John K-S December 2021
Viewpoint from Marion Ferrari 03/12/2021
Norwich organic food firm helps care for the planet
The Rockin' Rev December 2021
Prayer Corner 
ENYFC Prayer Meetings 
From Rev Helen Lynch December 2021
Rev Rosie writes about anticipation
Viewpoint from Norma Borrett 26/11/2021
Hot Food Hub 
New Hybrid service! 
Would you like to be involved? 
Viewpoint from Rev Jemma Sander-Heys 19/11/2021
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