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South Norfolk Church starts new school

Hope Church Wymondham enters a new adventure this term with the start of their ‘School of Supernatural Life’ that has been inspired by Bethel Church. 

This evening school seeks to enable all to-

  • Grasp the goodness of God  and to enable  them to enter a great faith adventure
  • Discover their true identity in Christ , their significance and purpose
  • Develop a deeper intimacy with God and other believers
  • Learn and live out the values of the Kingdom of Heaven, with a solid biblical understanding
  • Develop their gifts and learn how to walk in the power of the Holy Spirit to take the transformational culture of the Kingdom to the world

Hope SupernaturalGrantley Watkins, who will be leading the school, has been for the last 18 months researching both Bethel’s school in Redding, California, and those that have started up in the UK and is excited at the prospect of something similar in Norfolk. “We are a revival transformational generation and the more we grasp His and our true identity and enjoy His presence the more we can give the people we encounter in our lives a true taste of Heaven”.

The school is open to all who are followers of Jesus and committed to their church life, the current school is full however for those who would like to know more, or register for future courses please contact the Hope Church office by email on

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