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Baptist Assembly recognises Norwich pastor

MarkTallBy Helen Baldry


2007: Ten people from Norwich Central Baptist Church, including the two pastors, have just returned from the Baptist Assembly in Brighton.


The theme for the meeting was “In Search of Freedom”, to mark the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the slave trade.


The assembly included seminars covering a wide range of topics including 'Mission in a globalised world',  'I was in I'm set free', Freedom and the Dalit  people of India' and 'Freedom in Christ'.    


Rev Jonathan Edwards, General Secretary of the Baptist Union, led a special Sunday service. As part of this celebration, our own pastor Rev Mark Tall (pictured above) was recognised as one of the ministers who had completed his probationary period of service and is now a fully accredited Baptist Minister.


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