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Mary Palmer Believers Love WorRhapsody Evangelistic Outreach Network meeting

A gathering of church leaders will be held in Norwich on Saturday February 23 organised by the Rhapsody Evangelistic Outreach Network.


About the REON gathering

Believers Loveworld is holding a gathering for all ministers, pastors and church leaders in Norwich on Saturday February 23 from 2.30 – 4.30 at The Space on Roundtree Way. It is a strategic meeting for ministers 'with a burning passion to influence their communities with the Gospel'

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About Missionary Mary

Norwich Christian Mary Palmer has a passion for sharing the gospel with the people of Norwich and she uses the daily devotional booklet ‘Rhapsody of Realities’ to inspire others to read the Bible and see their lives changed.

Mary Palmer, 70, formerly known as Marion Palmer, has now lived in Norwich for 39 years and has recently returned after four years away in Sheffield. Although she has travelled the world – including trips to Africa, Malaysia and Singapore, she describes Norwich as her home and has a desire to share her Christian faith with the people in the city.

Mary was a member of Kings Church and Mount Zion in its early days. She now attends Christ Embassy Church A.K.A Believers Loveworld which meets at The Phoenix Centre, Mile Cross. Many years ago, Mary was introduced to the  church; Believers Loveworld whose President is Pastor Chris and she enjoyed the church so much that she made the 200-mile round trip to one of the branches in London every week. Ten years ago, Christ Embassy Church became established in Norwich, it is a vibrant and active church in the community.

Mary describes herself as a missionary and believes her calling is as an intercessor. Wherever she goes, she distributes the Messenger Angel, Rhapsody of Realities which she claims has changed her life as well as millions of others around the world.  ‘’My main mission is getting the word of God into the city of Norwich.” She described the Bible as the ‘number 1’ book in the world but is deeply committed to using the Rhapsody of Realities daily devotional booklet to introduce people to God’s word. 1.2 billion copies were distributed globally in 2018 and the booklet is translated into over 1000 languages.

Mary says her vision is to ‘get every soul in Norwich saved’

Pictured above: Mary Palmer with Nathalie Watmai from Believers Love World

Article printed from at 02:52 on 20 August 2019