Churches Together in King’s Lynn will be reporting on a year of activities which included a flashmob, setting up a Foodbank and a street passion play.
The AGM will take place at 7.30pm on Wednesday September 7, at the London Rd Methodist Church, King’s Lynn.
The agenda will include election of officers for the executive committee, a finance report, constitution, Foodbank update from Pastor Kevan Crane and a talk on Tax Justice by Richard Murphy.
The year kicked off with Christian Unity Week in January where prayers and services were organised daily by different denominations. February saw a talk from Revd John Wallis about the importance of taking the Gospel to people.
Local churches and organisations from West Norfolk have an ongoing rota to provide a ‘Thought for the Week’ for publication in the Citizen newspaper.
In March St John’s hosted the Christian Aid Road Show and the week of collections raised £6046.51 for the charity.
Eight local people acted out scenes from the passion of Christ in King’s Lynn town centre on Good Friday in April.
In May Professor Sam Leinster from Norwich gave a talk about medical ethics.
CTKL has been active in lobbying MPs to fight climate change on behalf of the charity coalition “Stop Climate Chaos”. The charity’s requests were subsequently accepted by the government. Local people are also fighting for justice in developing countries and a group from King’s Lynn attended a national lobby at Westminster in June called ‘Teatime for change’ to support the world’s poor.
A flashmob rendition of ‘Oh happy day’ happened in King’s Lynn town centre in June.
Local churches and organisations have pledged their support to King’s Lynn Foodbank which will launch in September.
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