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Pastor moves from Scotland to South Norfolk

MarkTaylorCrop2008: A South Norfolk church has inducted its new pastor who has come all the way from Wick in Scotland with his wife and children.
Rev Mark Taylor, wife Claire, daughter Danielle12, son Joel 9, and twin boys Isaac and Elisha 5 (pictured right), moved to Bunwell in August, close to Carleton Rode Baptist Church, where Mark was inducted as Pastor on Saturday October 11.
The couple lived in Cromer and worshipped at Sheringham Baptist Church since 1993,.Mark trained for ministry at Spurgeons College in London and was based at Sheringham as Student Minister until July 2007 when they moved to Wick where Mark was pastor of Wick Baptist Church.
Now in Norfolk, Mark said: “My vision is to establish a long-term ministry, working on the foundation already laid by the church members and previous pastors of worshipping and working in unity with the surrounding churches.
“I want to encourage the church congregation to find their own specific ministries and calling so we can all be equipped to witness and work for the Lord in a way which is relevant to the people around us.
“I believe that prayer is mighty to change things, and want to passionately work with the people of this church to see revival come to our region in our generation.

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