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Prayer is simply having a conversation with God. It can be out loud or in your head and heart, it can be about whatever you want it to be and you can pray whenever and wherever you want to, God is always listening
Daily Share-a-Prayer w/e 11/06/2023
Heavenly Father, thank You that I can cast all my anxieties on You because I know that You care for me. You give me a warning: "Be alert and of sober mind." Why do You give me this warning? "Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion ....... More ...
A Habit of Thankfulness
When I read Bible verses promising that God will give us ‘the desires of our heart’, I tend to think they are written for people other than myself. They are for those who have very clear targets and ambitions, people who are beseeching God to fulfil their More ...
Christmas in Song June 2023 
Over the next six months, I am going to be looking at some of our favourite Christmas carols, exploring the origins and the journey that they take us on. I hope you enjoy my look at the carols and please feel free to let me know your own More ...
Parish Nurses
Last month I attended an intriguing talk and discussion about Parish Nursing Ministries. The talk was given by Ruth Pillar, who is a member of the Cliff Park Community Church. Ruth is a mental health nurse, who has kept up her Registration with the NMC, More ...
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Viewpoint from Andrew Scott 02/06/2023
A few weeks ago, on a particularly dank and dismal morning, my wife and I were walking in our garden. We noted, dwelling in the gloom of the day, a clump of tulips that changed the whole tone of our vista; the yellows, oranges, and reds, combined More ...
'Inspirational' boy celebrating end of cancer treatment
Inspirational ten-year-old boy Finnie Egleton, a pupil at Hopton CE Primary Academy, has been given the all-clear after three years of cancer treatment More ...
The Minster Planning for a Green Future
Our Parish of Great Yarmouth is blessed with three diverse, inclusive, beautiful churches.St Mary’s and St Paul’s date from the 19th century. The Minster’s foundation stone was laid in 1101, the church having been at the heart of the town’s community life More ...
From the Rectory June 2023
I write this letter on Ascension Day and it’s rather lovely because finally we can see some blue skies above Great Yarmouth. It feels like we have had an awful lot of greyness coupled with the cold wind blowing off the North Sea in recent weeks More ...
Rev Rosie writes about what we're looking forward to
I do hope that you have something to look forward to. It doesn’t have to be an enormous event or something expensive you are purchasing, but we all need something to look forward to, especially when times are hard More ...
Coffee and Cake Morning at the Minster
Inclusive, Diverse, and Welcoming event at Great Yarmouth Minster. Everyone welcome. Do come and join us More ...
Coronation Tea Party in Belton
Although the Sunday of the coronation weekend was fine and sunny the heavy rain from the previous night stopped the tea party going ahead on the Rectory lawn as originally planned. But this did not stop the party from happening as it was moved More ...
Viewpoint from Anna Heydon 26/05/2023
Anna Heydon tells us about a friend with a tragic past, but whose life is now filled with hope More ...
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Gorleston Church Wardens inaugurated
The Rural Dean, Great Yarmouth Deanery, Reverend Cannon Simon Ward was at St Andrew’s Gorleston on Sunday for the inauguration of the two new churchwardens - Carole Morris and Justin Wilson, seen here with Reverend Simon More ...
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Viewpoint from Hazel Thackray 19/05/2023
As I write this, many of you, like myself, are eagerly awaiting the forthcoming Coronation of our new monarch - King Charles 111. Many of us, myself included, will be too young to remember our late Queen’s coronation in 1953 More ...
Beccles Salvation Army celebrates 140 years
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 More ...
50/50 Club May 2023 draw winner announced
Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre's May draw was conducted by Michael Hewitt, and the lucky winner is ..... More ...
Summer on the Mag in celebration of the Coronation brings together thousands
Thousands of people attended Summer on the Mag on 8th May in celebration of the Coronation. The community festival, which was hosted by St Mary Magdalene Church in partnership with arts organisation, Freshly Greated, and Magdalen Way Methodist Church More ...
No Regrets
I recently came across the website for the ‘World Regret Survey'. It was set up by Daniel Pink and collects the regrets of people across the world. So far over 19,000 people from 105 countries have contributed More ...
A day at the Coronation
When the invitation arrived, I was completely blown away. But little did I know that it was the beginning of what would be an extraordinary few weeks in my life More ...
Saturday Warm Space new venue
Opening times are 3-5pm. Free hot drinks, sandwiches, crisps, cakes, biscuits. Plus free activities - board games, puzzle books, Christian mindful colouring books etc. All are welcome and it is all free of charge. Prayer is offered for anyone if require More ...
Viewpoint from Pete Gillett 12/05/2023
For many Easter time is more than just a relief that warmer weather is coming and the clocks go forward and the schools are on holiday. As believers, our family engages with Easter Celebrations in church and remind ourselves of the Father's love More ...
News from the Mag May 2023
We love community celebrations at St Mary Mags! And this year we have another reason to celebrate. In just under a week or so, we will witness an event which the country has not seen since 1953; the coronation of a new monarch More ...
Shrublands Community Food Club
The Shrublands Community Food Club provides good quality, affordable food to residents in Gorleston. With a proof of address and an annual fee of £4 per household, you are eligible to become a member More ...
Summer Dance on behalf of Heart2Heart
On a dreary day in January two friends, Angela Buttifant and Glenys Bright, were sat having a cup of tea wishing they had something to look forward to... Neither of them had a Prom when they were at school and they decided to do something about it More ...
Opening THE Book with Rev John K-S May 2023
Viewpoint from Revd Dr Steven Sivyer 05/05/2023
The opportunity to build community
Thoughts of a Team Vicar May 2023
Rev Rosie writes about preparations for the coronation
Gorleston vicar invited to King’s Coronation
Viewpoint from Mary Ives 28/04/2023
King's Coronation: Gorleston church hosting community event
YMCA Norfolk Youth Club Engagement Workers
Viewpoint from Fr Tracy Williams 21/04/2023
King Charles III Coronation
Why celebrate the Coronation?
Acle churches unite for Easter celebration
Viewpoint from Rev Rosie Bunn 14/04/2023
Lowestoft area churches feeding the children
When I am gone
Easter day is the key to understanding life and death
Viewpoint from Rev Rosie Bunn 07/04/2023
Norfolk Christian duo honoured by King Charles
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