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New Hope launches new-look website

WebsiteNew Hope Christian Centre has just launched its new-look website at  to help improve its online communications both with church members and the wider community.
The site contains latest news, an events diary, church leadership and contact information, discussion forums, church background and history and details of the church’s life and activities.
Church members with e-mail addresses have been signed up with the site to receive occasional e-newsletters and news updates.
The site has been designed using the same Endis web system as the well-known Norwich Christian website and links to this site are included.
John Betts, from New Hope, who has been developing the website alongside Keith Morris from Network Norwich, said: “We are excited to be updating our website. The help given to us in this process by Keith has been invaluable. We believe it is important to be communicating effectively in today’s culture. Having a website which looks great, represents who we are and what we do and which is easily accessible to whosoever, is essential.”
If you would like to receive regular news updates from the church please send your name and e-mail address to


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