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ENYP launched … desperate, hungry and willing

By Lucie Fox
On Sunday 9th September East Norwich Youth Project had its official launch – with a well attended evening and good representation from a number of individuals and local churches. Thank you to those who came along to show support.enyplaunch1
David Adams (Chair of Trustees) and Danny Doran-Smith (Senior Youth Worker) spent time during the evening sharing some of the vision of ENYP – something which has been thought about for many years for the area and is now coming to fruition. Volunteers shared testimonies of their experiences of supporting youth work in the area over the last few years – and it was encouraging to hear how God has been and continues to be at work in their lives. It also reemphasises the vision of releasing people to use the gifts God has given them.
Danny gave his testimony and shared his passion for reaching the lost and seeing God’s Kingdom come. There was a challenge for everyone to consider whether we are ‘desperate, hungry and willing’ to see God move. A response was made in unison to go for God, see his Kingdom come and to be who he’s called us to be in the places where we are - school, work etc.
The launch saw a real sense of unity supporting the work of the project, and we look forward to seeing the project unfold as God moves over the East of Norwich in and through young people.
If you are interested in receiving the first ENYP newsletter please email
To support the project or for further information please contact:
Danny Doran-Smith (Senior Youth Worker) or 07912 464883
David Adams (Chair of Trustees) or 01603 432647


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