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Around 5000 people attended the hugely successful Summer on the Mag for the Coronation which took place on Magdalene Square in Gorleston on Monday 8 May.
Rev Matthew Price, Vicar of St Mary Magdalene Church in Gorleston, was invited to the King’s Coronation in London on 6 May, and he describes his amazing experience.
A Salvation Army corps on the Norfolk/Suffolk border is celebrating its 140 year anniversary with a celebration concert in the local parish church, and tickets are now available for the event.
A church in Gorleston is inviting its community to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla, by hosting a community fun day at the heart of the Magdalen estate in the town.
A Norfolk vicar has been invited to the coronation of King Charles III and Camilla, the Queen Consort on 6 May at Westminster Abbey.
Members of Acle churches joined together early on Easter Sunday morning for a joint ecumenical service at St Mary’s in nearby Fishley.
Churches in the Lowestoft area have been working together to provide meals and craft sessions for families during the Easter holidays.
Ruth Pillar is to be commissioned as a Parish Nurse in the Cliff Park area of Gorleston later this Spring to offer spiritual care alongside clinical care in the area.
A self-supporting minister, locally dubbed “Rev’d Hardware”, who runs a DIY store with his wife in Brundall was recently a finalist in the Broadland and South Norfolk business awards.
Rev Matthew Price, vicar of the thriving St Mary Magdalene Church in Gorleston, explains his role as Bishop’s Advisor for Urban and Estates Mission.
Karl Ross will be joining the team at St Mary Magdalene in Gorleston as assistant curate from July of this year.
The Orthodox Church of Saint Fursey’s in Stalham has been consecrated in a special service attended by London-based Bishop Silouan Oner.
Stalham Baptist Church has received a Grant Aid offer of £250,000 from Norfolk County Council to enable them to proceed with a major refurbishment of their Community Rooms.
Reverend Tracy Williams was installed as Team Vicar in the Great Yarmouth Team Ministry at a special service in Yarmouth Minster on Monday 6 February.
The leader of The Salvation Army in Great Yarmouth is braving the cold for charity by taking a daily dip in the North Sea every day in February.
People who lost their lives in the devastating floods of 1953 have been remembered at a service at Great Yarmouth to commemorate the seventieth anniversary.
Martham Foodbank has changed its name to reflect the wide area over which it works to tackle poverty in those villages.
The Salvation Army in Great Yarmouth has a new leader - Territorial Envoy Alison James, who started in the post on 30 January.
Rev Tracy Williams will be installed as the new Team Vicar in the Great Yarmouth Team Ministry on Monday 6 February in Great Yarmouth Minster.
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