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The Great Yarmouth Pathway Cafe and Support Centre, run by Minster Mission, has supplied 1233 meals to needy locals during April.
Christian homeless charity Hope Into Action (HIA) UK celebrated their 10 year anniversary last year, and celebrated by opening a new house in Gorleston, with another expected to open in Sheringham later this year.
Regulars at an East Norfolk church will have a double cause for rejoicing on Easter Day this year. As well as celebrating the resurrection of Jesus, they will also be giving thanks for the historic building’s lease of new life following essential repairs.
A Gorleston vicar who was awarded a British Empire Medal (BEM) in the Queen’s Birthday 2020 Honours List, has been explaining how he came to be in Gorleston and about some of the work taking place in his community.
Work is proceeding on urgent repairs to the roof of St Mary’s Roman Catholic Church in Great Yarmouth thanks to a grant from English Heritage.
The Identity Youth project, based in Gorleston, will be holding a virtual celebration night on March 15, and everyone is invited to join the meeting on Zoom.
Kingsgate Community Church in Great Yarmouth has just launched a new service to provide children’s clothing to needy local families.
Peterhouse Church of England Primary Academy in Gorleston gave its pupils to a half term treat with at least 80 families receiving a ‘Pancake Pack’ for Shrove Tuesday.
Acle Methodist Church is bringing more cheer into its local community with its continued heARTwork campaign marking St Valentine's Day.
The Great Yarmouth meeting of Burn 24-7 prayer is now streaming online every two weeks whilst Covid restrictions continue.
An Acle resident who played the organ in Hemsby Church for 50 years has celebrated her hundredth birthday.
Plans are afoot for a Men's Shed in Gorleston, to bring men together to engage in practical activities and to reduce loneliness and isolation.
A new initiative, called ‘Two’s Company’, is being launched in February by a number of churches in Gorleston, Great Yarmouth, Bradwell and Belton - a lifeline to those who feel cut off from the outside world, particularly during the Covid-19 crisis.
Acle Methodist Church is bringing some cheer into the local community with its response to the national January Light project.
Magdalen Way Methodist Church, in with conjunction Harbour Radio, is seeking to spread some light in the Gorleston area this January.
The Christmas story was re-enacted in Hickling last Sunday, December 13, with a nativity procession through the village to Hickling Barn to await the birth of the baby.
A new partnership between St Mary Magdalene Church in Gorleston and Hope into Action’s Norwich office will see the work of the homeless charity expand to the East Coast of Norfolk for the first time.
The foodbank run by the churches in Martham have introduced a Reverse Advent calendar, to encourage people to donate those treats which food parcel recipients often cannot afford to buy.
Jennifer King has been the manager of the Minster Mission Pathway Café and Resource Centre since early October, and she explains her passion for the café and for her role in it.
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