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Peter Coates, Secretary of Churches Together in King’s Lynn, has written a book of poetry exploring ways to care for each other and for our world.
Rev Catherine Dobson, who was formerly Rector of the Coastal Group, has been installed as the new Archdeacon of Lynn.
Churchwardens Angie Yeoman and Carolyn Cast from Wiggenhall St Germans won a Through the Roof award after they appointed Sarah as Chief Snuffer.
King’s Lynn Minster is hosting a series of events to celebrate the 650th anniversary of the town’s medieval pilgrim and author.
The King’s Lynn Night Shelter will open again in early October to provide emergency accommodation to some of the most vulnerable people in our community.
A new church plant in Ingoldisthorpe, Wset Norfolk, is serving is offering quality coffee and an accessible way to hear about living water.
Emily Hart, who has served as manager of the CAP Debt Centre in King's Lynn for six and half years, is being promoted to Area Manager for the East of England.
Hundreds of people enjoyed a free family fun day staged by Celebrate King’s Lynn at The Walks park in the West Norfolk town on Saturday July 23, in partnership with 17 local churches and Christian organisations.
Celebrate King’s Lynn is back on Saturday July 23 with a day packed with completely free family fun at The Walks near the town centre, courtesy of the town’s Christian community.
Churches in west Norfolk are organising a pioneering regional Christian youth event in early July, to be based in King’s Lynn.
The Bishop of Lynn, Dr Jane Steen, has blessed a new garden at King’s Lynn Night Shelter created in memory of former night shelter guests.
A Catholic church in King's Lynn has just marked its 125th anniversary with an altar dedication and Mass with the Bishop of East Anglia, the Rt Rev Alan Hopes.
The Queen, together with local representatives and the Bishop of Norwich, has appointed Paul Williams as the new Rector for the Sandringham Group of Parishes.
Gateway Church in King’s Lynn is re-launching its international café with a view to helping Ukrainian refugees learn English.
King’s Lynn Churches Together is organising a candlelit prayer vigil for Ukraine on Saturday outside the Minster.
A 1,000-year-old Norfolk church with a thatched roof has been significantly damaged by a raging fire which was tackled by 60 fire-fighters yesterday
Staff at a care home in Griston helped a resident to break the power of an alcohol addiction which set him on a journey into the waters of baptism. Kyla Sorenson tells the story.
A family atmosphere with free drinks and cakes once again awaits lonely people in King’s Lynn as the Welcome Inn reopens its doors.
In a year when many churches remained closed, the King’s Glory Church in King’s Lynn opened a new centre on an industrial estate.
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