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Mike and Kay Flynn have recently moved from the Midlands to Gorleston, where Mike is taking up the position as Minister of Gorleston Baptist Church.
A bucketful of sea water was used to baptise Jayne Murdoch on Gorleston beach on September 27.
Rev Andrew Bevan and Rev Vivienne Ridpath were ordained as priests in a small service at St Marys in Stalham on August 8.
A Christians Arise outdoor worship gathering was held for the first time in Great Yarmouth on Saturday August 15, and was deemed a great success.
The Salvation Army corps in Great Yarmouth now has a new captain at the helm, and is inviting the local community to pop in and say “hello”.
St Mary Magdalene in Gorleston has adapted its family support programme this summer because of current restrictions but has seen a significant increase in uptake.
The Identity Youth Project has been inspiring young people in Gorleston during the coronavirus restrictions with a series of on-line videos which have been viewed almost 10,000 times.
An open-air worship and preaching service is planned for Great Yarmouth next Saturday, and everyone is welcome to come along.
The Rt Revd Graham Usher, Bishop of Norwich has become the new Patron of Wherry Yacht Charter (WYC), and marked this with a trip on wherry yacht Olive to St Benet’s Abbey.
Cliff Park Community Church in Gorleston has been active in supporting the local community during lockdown, helping with food and meals distribution, as well as on-line services and an Alpha course.
St Nicholas’ Church in Bradwell has a new rector, Revd Stephen Deall, who has now moved into the rectory with his family.
St Mary Magdalene Church in Gorleston opened its doors for worship last Sunday, and released a video to explain to visitors what to expect.
Rev Elizabeth Stoner has accepted the call to become minister at Light of Life Baptist Church in Ormesby St Margaret, and hopes to start by the autumn.
Churches from across the Flegg area have come together to create a joint prayer for their communities, which has been compiled as a video on YouTube.
The Salvation Army in Great Yarmouth has been awarded a grant of £12330 to boost their coronavirus relief work in the borough during the coronavirus lockdown.
Churches in Gorleston are coming together each evening until Pentecost to join Thy Kingdom Come - the international prayer initiative.
The churches in Martham in East Norfolk are working to provide a foodbank to meet local needs during the coronavirus crisis, but this may become permanent after the lockdown eases.
St Mary Magdalene Church in Gorleston has launched a helpline to offer help to those in the community particularly affected by the lockdown.
Churches in the Brundall and Blofield area, together with local councils and community groups and the local hardware shop have teamed up to provide community support during the coronavirus crisis.
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