The Bishop of King’s Lynn
has paid tribute to the people of Norfolk
his farewell service in King's Lynn
The Rt Rev James Langstaff
(pictured right) is leaving his post after six years in Norfolk and will start his new job as the 107th Bishop of Rochester
at the end of the year.
A service was held at St Margaret’s Church
, King’s Lynn, yesterday to allow people to the west of the area in which he serves to say farewell.
Rev Langstaff said: “I’ve had a great time in Norfolk. I’ve really enjoyed getting to know and working alongside the people here, not just in the churches but also in the wider communities. There are some very good, hard-working, interesting and nice people in Norfolk and it’s been a real pleasure to get to know them.”
Rev Langstaff’s work covers the west and north of Norfolk as far Cromer.To read more of this article visit EDP24Read more about the Rochester move on this website