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New worship album produced in Norfolk

Christian ministry group Prophetic Lighthouse has just released a worship CD called “Love Song” which is now available to purchase. Tony Rothe reports.

Noel and Rachel Alexander, co-founders of 'Prophetic Lighthouse' describe Love Song as “a gentle worship CD aimed for prayer or quiet time”, with many of the lyrics written by songwriter Debbie Trewhella from Dereham. Noel is pictured above with the album.
The CD was produced by Phil Goldstone from Norwich and the art work for the sleeve wonderfully created by Tracey Ross a prominent North Norfolk artist, so this is very much a Norfolk project. A sample of the CD can be heard on the website
Prophetic Lighthouse describe themselves as a Christian Community;- “A prophetic ministry responding to God's call to "Bring My Children Home." With intimate worship and prophetic word Prophetic Lighthouse seeks to help God's children relocate home to their Father's house where we have a perspective of heaven in all we do”.
'Love Song' can be purchased for £10, and there is a limited edition signed greeting card of the art work for £2.50, making it an ideal package to send as a gift. Copies of the CD can be purchased from the website or from Green Pastures Christian Book Shop at 20, High Street, Dereham NR19 1DR.
Alternatively, the CD's and cards are available at the weekly meetings in Cromer and Weston Longville, all details of which are on the website.

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