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ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS
Angels Unawares
One of those surveys which some newspapers love to publish claimed recently that a large number of British people believe in angels - almost as many, in fact, as claimed to believe in God. They didn't tell us what people meant by angels More ...
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No Comment - just prayers
Andrew Bryant suggests that, following a week of turmoil in Parliament, our prayers are needed more urgently than our opinions More ...
OPEN BIBLE
Opening THE Book 16 with Rev John K-S
Last month we recapped where we had got to, opening this amazing book we call the Bible. Yes, it’s a difficult and complicated book for anyone coming to it for the first time. And yet it still remains the most published book in the whole world More ...
ROCKIN REV
The Rockin' Rev September 2019
Although I lived in the East Midlands until moving to Gorleston, I never knew anything about Toddbrook Reservoir. The reservoir opened in 1838 and it is situated above Whaley Bridge, a small town in the High Peak District of Derbyshire More ...
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The Pharisee in the mirror
Mark Rostron suggests that we look at our own response to Jesus’ commands before we readily condemn the Pharisees in the New Testament More ...
FRANK CLIFF
From Rev Frank Cliff September 2019
As you read this short article, the parish will be preparing to celebrate the Harvest Festival on the third Sunday of September. This festival was originally designed by the Rev Robert Hawker as a way of getting his parishioners More ...
Seeing it differently in Norwich Cathedral
Mark Fairweather Tall, Network Norfolk columnist, went with his family to enjoy a new experience currently in place in Norwich Cathedral, and urges us to take on the challenge to see the world differently More ...
Blessed be the fruit
Jane Clamp has been enjoying a harvest from her soft fruit bushes, and reflects how her care of those bushes reminds her of God’s relationship with us More ...
Opening THE Book 15 with Rev John K-S
Let’s recap where we’ve got to, since we began a year ago, in our “opening” this most amazing book we call the Bible – and for those who’ve perhaps joined us more recently. The Bible contains 66 books, 39 in the Old Testament and 27 in the New Testament More ...
The Rockin' Rev August 2019
Wanting to make the most of a few days away at Hunstanton in July, and not having been there before, I did a bit of research courtesy of Google. It got me looking forward to visiting the various traditional and colourful seaside attractions More ...
From the Rectory August 2019
Summer acts as a preview
We need a revolution of love now
The Church must listen, and build bridges
‘Running’ in the New Testament
Greetings from Nancy July 2019
From Rev Helen Lynch July 2019
Opening THE Book 14 with Rev John K-S
The Rockin' Rev July 2019
7 billion people, and each one special to God
The Holy Spirit empowers us to focus outwards
Opening THE Book 13 with Rev John K-S
The Rockin' Rev June 2019
Reflections for June
Signs and Symbols
What's so Important about Trinity?
No looking back with God
From Father Stephen Andrews June 2019
Only Love can bring us all together
The Truth of the Ascension
Opening THE Book 12 with Rev John K-S
The Rockin' Rev May 2019
Thoughts Inspired by Easter
From the Vicarage May 2019
We all need to coexist on planet earth
The Great Physician
Resurrection Sunday means there is hope
Black Holes – God’s drawing pins
Opening THE Book 11 with Rev John K-S
The Rockin' Rev April 2019
Good Friday Prayers
From the Rectory April 2019
A husband’s needs in a Godly marriage
The supernatural and the Truth
Original Blessing means more than Original Sin
The Rockin' Rev March 2019
Spring has Sprung
Responding to the Prodigal Daughter
Opening THE Book 10 with Rev John K-S
Amazing love - more than just a Valentine
Opening THE Book 9 with Rev John K-S
The Rockin' Rev February 2019
Compassion in the Cold...
From the Rectory February 2019
Winning God’s race
James, free will, and God’s love
26th January: Timothy and Titus: How Local Church Leaders should be
25th January: St Paul: the first Christian Intellectual
What about the Gifts of Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh?
A Woman’s Needs in Marriage
6th January - ‘The Epiphany’
Opening THE Book 8 with Rev John
From the Vicarage January 2019
Build bridges, not walls
The Rockin' Rev January 2019
Opening THE Book 7 with Rev John
Opening THE Book 6 with Rev John
The Rockin' Rev December 2018
Making the Right Move
Opening THE Book 5 with Rev John
Opening THE Book 4 with Rev John
A thinking space
Opening THE Book 3 with Rev John
Letter from Nancy December 2018
How should we cope with Brexit uncertainty?
From the Rectory December 2018
Opening THE Book 2 with Rev John
Opening THE Book 1 with Rev John
The Rockin' Rev November 2018
Remembrance 100
More than many sparrows
The rhythm of the day with God
Remembering the End of World War One
Reflections for November
From Revd Helen Budd
Jesus meets us where we are
Are you content?
Why Christians are like pumpkins
Patience
From Rev Frank Cliff
Accepting the change
How deep are your roots?
From the Rectory September 2018
Can Jesus fully satisfy our human hunger?
This little light of mine, I'm gonna let it shine!
The words we use matter
I DO like Mondays!
What’s your talent?
From the Rectory August 2018
What do we really mean by 'Tolerance'?
God sees the best in us
The right gear
Having a sense of purpose
James shares his experience of following life's signs
From Rev Helen Budd July 2018
Finding God in the waves
Is your church multi-cultural?
Reflections for June
Giving begins with God
From Father Stephen Andrews June 2018
From the Vicarage May 2018
'Nothing more than nothing' can be significant
Let God write your page
Looking for the Joy of the Lord
The Return of Hope
Reflections for April
From the Rectory April 2018
Easter – new day, new beginnings, new hope
An end to ‘Cosy Church’ and ‘Duvet Discipleship’?
From the Rectory March 2018
Ministerial Meltdown
Let’s be grateful for Octavia Hill
All In – It’s all about commitment
Reflections for February
From the Team Vicar Revd Jemma
How to keep going when the resolutions fail
From the Rectory December 2017
Powerful are the Peacemakers
Not only Christopher Robin can say prayers
From the Rectory November 2017
One Love is the answer to the disasters we face
From the Rectory October 2017
500th Anniversary of the Reformation
Harvest – a time for some real thanksgiving!
The transforming power of kindness
Is teaching evolution to schoolchildren dangerous?
Tragic loss of Charlie Gard
Mirroring the perfection that is already in us
Great Yarmouth Blessing
From the Vicarage July 2017
That empty hole in your life can be filled by the Holy One to make you whole
Fr Grant's placement experiences
Massacre of the innocents
From the Vicarage May 2017
Putting others first
Lent is a time of reflection
Living in a world of influence
Story of Jonah ‘message of second chances’
A recipe for peace in troubled times
Epiphany is a time of renewal
Why does God allow evil?
A letter from Love
God has come down to us in Jesus Christ
Mercy and Truth are met together
It's good to talk 
Harvest can be a time of real struggle
The power of prayer in times of bad news
To bless or to curse? – that is our choice 
Exploring Psalm 119 from a scientist’s perspective: Chet
Exploring Psalm 119 from a scientist’s perspective: Zayin
Statement by Bishop of Norwich on EU Referendum result
Exploring Psalm 119 from a scientist’s perspective: Vav
Exploring Psalm 119 from a scientist’s perspective: He
Exploring Psalm 119 from a scientist’s perspective: Daleth
What kind of political party would Jesus lead?
Exploring Psalm 119 from a scientist’s perspective: Gimel
From the Rectory May 2016
Exploring Psalm 119 from a scientist’s perspective: Beth
Exploring Psalm 119 from a scientist’s perspective: Aleph (2)
Ask God to help you break the cycle
Exploring Psalm 119 from a scientist’s perspective: Aleph
Exploring Psalm 119 from a scientist’s perspective: introduction part 5
Exploring Psalm 119 from a scientist’s perspective: introduction part 4
Exploring Psalm 119 from a scientist’s perspective: introduction part 3
Exploring Psalm 119 from a scientist’s perspective: introduction part 2
Exploring Psalm 119 from a scientist’s perspective
Some of us are ‘so silly…’
Should we leave politics to the politicians?
Coping with the tough times
This nation needs God
Pray for the peace of the world
Why a Remembrance Service?
Ten things God doesn't ask!!
Children’s letters to God
How can wicked people like Hitler be saved?
Standing together in peace and unity
New Year Message from Bishop Graham
Happy new year from the Rectory
From the Rectory
It doesn't hurt to have a little Biblical humour
Did not God create us all equal?
Time Management
If only I had .........???
Jesus is the man of FIRE
The role of signs and wonders examined
Law versus Grace
Jesus chose to die for you
He was a child of promise like we who was not under the Law 
The Holy Spirit gives us liberty
God calls us to love and serve others just as Jesus did
Let's lay down disunity
Did you receive the Spirit by the works of the Law?
Some dates and events to reflect upon
Flooding response
Don't look to others: they'll fail you
May my life be a fountain
I don't want mediocre Christianity
Affordable accommodation in London very much needed
You are My love, My dove
I long for you to turn to Me
Your face, Lord, is all I seek
We are inseparable
It's a love which is unconditional
Our Creator is the examiner of hearts
I have a thirst for Him
How do you hear from God?
Do we look in the wrong places for Him?
God is all things to all men
As Advent approaches
He was a man: not a movie star
Greater love hath no man ......
Halloween: is it a Romans 14 issue?
Is He speaking to you now?
What are things coming to?
Let's not hide who He is
All He wants is for us to want Him
Magnolias
Cover My Weaknesses
It's hard to ask for help
The Living Bible
I am willing to change, and I want to change.....
Turn to God: he's waiting to help you. He is our safety net
The Rest that Paul spoke of is Grace and Grace is Christ  
Beware of becoming vulnerable
Is it ok to leave my church?
Before the world began
Love your enemies
Sex is not a microwave meal
The Father's Love Letter
Jeus died for all: not a select, choice few
Jesus rose from the dead - that's where the power lies
Nothing is impossible with Him
Christ must be first and foremost
Have you surrendered your 'Isaac'?
Ladders
Judging Others
Breaking free from the shackles of religion
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