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Wymondham church getting a new home

Hope Community Church and the Hub Community project have gained planning for a new community and worship centre on Ayton Road in Wymondham.   

HopeNewBuildCF400It is planned that this building will be used as community facility which will be a home for both Hub and Church activities with the main auditorium seating 350 people alongside many smaller rooms.

Hope Community Church are aiming to start on site in February with opening of the first community building phase in April 2015 with project completion by Easter 2016.

Hub Community Project makes a difference to the lives of hundreds of people across the town and beyond, enabling them to build strong foundations for the future” explains office manager, Debbie Rose. “It is staffed by a team of dedicated volunteers, including members of Hope Community Church Wymondham, who are passionate about strengthening the local community and helping those who need assistance”.

The planning application was supported by John Creber who wrote to South Norfolk District Council saying “The change of use to the building will greatly improve the community service for Wymondham, providing an opportunity for enhanced provision for children, young people, older people, carers and those they care for and those whose first language is not English.”

Hope Community Church regularly gathers over 200 people on a Sunday morning including many children, Their Sunday mornings are broadcast across the world via the internet and affect many people both locally and overseas.

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The new building is pictured


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