Cromer Church issues invite to help beach clean-up
Cromer Church is organising a beach clean on Tuesday March 20 as part of their 40acts initiative during Lent, and welcomes anyone to join them as they clean up.
This Lent, the church - collectively and individually – has taken on the 40acts challenge whereby those who take part around the world are encouraged to live Lent generously through daily acts of kindness. During 2017, more than 100,000 individuals and thousands of groups worldwide took up the challenge, creating a wave of more than four million generous acts in 180 countries around the world.
“Something powerful happens when giving becomes a plural thing - when we work together for a common good, amazing things can happen and lives get transformed” explained Simon Fenn, Head of Mission at Cromer Church, pictured right. “So, as well as doing the 40acts individually we are coming together as Cromer Church family and doing one act of kindness per week during Lent. This week we are organising a community clean-up to make a positive difference to the wider community. “
Supported by the Cromer Town Council, church members will be doing a clean-up of the East Beach as part of this year’s 40acts Lent initiative. Anyone wishing to join in should meet at the entrance of the Cromer Pier at 9.45am on Tuesday March 20 for a briefing. The event will run until 12 noon. Participants should wear outdoor clothing and appropriate footwear; All other equipment will be provided.
Sign-up via https://cromer.churchsuite.co.uk/events/dxgdqhp9
or call the church office on 01263 512000.
Visit : https://www.cromer-church.org.uk/
Or : https://40acts.org.uk/
To read our previous story about Cromer Church’s Lent initiative, click here.
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