The Chorus of St Cecilia joined by guest soprano Hannah Long

2 days to go

The Gorleston based choir The Chorus of St Cecilia will be joined by guest soprano Hannah Long originally from Gorleston and who studied at The Guildhall School of music in London.✨✨✨✨✨✨
We will performing Sanctus by Karl Jenkins. The patriotic Rose of England by Ivor Novello. Rousing Medleys from South Pacific and Godspell and many more.
Tickets are now available phone: 07786165690 and on the door.
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Helicopter Memorial Service

1 week to go

A service commemorating the 20th anniversary of the fatal crash which killed 11 people.

 
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Great Yarmouth Minster Preservation Trust presents G and S Singers in a ‘Best of British’ concert

2 weeks to go

Tickets available from Paul Davies or on the door.

 

 
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Inclusive Church Coffee & Cake

4 weeks to go

Parish of Great Yarmouth Inclusive Church Group will be holding a Coffee & Cake morning every 1st Saturday of the month.

What is Inclusive Church?

‘Inclusive Church celebrates and affirms every person and does not discriminate’. The PCC of the Parish of Great Yarmouth (St Mary’s, St Paul’s and the Minster) voted to become a member of the Inclusive Church Network on 15th July 2021. You may have noticed the large Inclusive Church banners in each of our three churches.

What is the Inclusive Church Group?

The Inclusive Church Group is a small group of people from the Parish of Great Yarmouth, who have come together to think about how we could focus on the different areas of inclusion. 

What are our aims?

  • To raise awareness of Inclusive Church within our congregations and the wider community;
  • To find out where we can do better, what changes are needed, what things are easily changed, and what things need a longer term strategy;
  • To promote action to enable these changes to happen.

What are we going to do?

Although we have voted to become a member of Inclusive Church, there is still much to do. It is not something we could tackle all at once. The areas highlighted by Inclusive Church are:

Mental Health - Ethnicity - Disability - Sexuality - Poverty - Gender

(although it is probably fair to say that inclusion is much wider than this).

Mother Helen has copies of the IC guides in these six areas if anybody wants to have a look. 

We have decided to focus on each of these areas in turn, for two months at a time each year, as follows:

2022

May/June – Sexuality                                                                                          

July/August – Gender                                                                                            

September/October – Mental Health               

March/April – Ethnicity                                                       

 
Contact Helen for more details -

Inclusive Church Coffee & Cake

2 months to go

Parish of Great Yarmouth Inclusive Church Group will be holding a Coffee & Cake morning every 1st Saturday of the month.

What is Inclusive Church?

‘Inclusive Church celebrates and affirms every person and does not discriminate’. The PCC of the Parish of Great Yarmouth (St Mary’s, St Paul’s and the Minster) voted to become a member of the Inclusive Church Network on 15th July 2021. You may have noticed the large Inclusive Church banners in each of our three churches.

What is the Inclusive Church Group?

The Inclusive Church Group is a small group of people from the Parish of Great Yarmouth, who have come together to think about how we could focus on the different areas of inclusion. 

What are our aims?

  • To raise awareness of Inclusive Church within our congregations and the wider community;
  • To find out where we can do better, what changes are needed, what things are easily changed, and what things need a longer term strategy;
  • To promote action to enable these changes to happen.

What are we going to do?

Although we have voted to become a member of Inclusive Church, there is still much to do. It is not something we could tackle all at once. The areas highlighted by Inclusive Church are:

Mental Health - Ethnicity - Disability - Sexuality - Poverty - Gender

(although it is probably fair to say that inclusion is much wider than this).

Mother Helen has copies of the IC guides in these six areas if anybody wants to have a look. 

We have decided to focus on each of these areas in turn, for two months at a time each year, as follows:

2022

May/June – Sexuality                                                                                          

July/August – Gender                                                                                            

September/October – Mental Health               

March/April – Ethnicity                                                       

 
Contact Helen for more details -

Inclusive Church Coffee & Cake

3 months to go

Parish of Great Yarmouth Inclusive Church Group will be holding a Coffee & Cake morning every 1st Saturday of the month.

What is Inclusive Church?

‘Inclusive Church celebrates and affirms every person and does not discriminate’. The PCC of the Parish of Great Yarmouth (St Mary’s, St Paul’s and the Minster) voted to become a member of the Inclusive Church Network on 15th July 2021. You may have noticed the large Inclusive Church banners in each of our three churches.

What is the Inclusive Church Group?

The Inclusive Church Group is a small group of people from the Parish of Great Yarmouth, who have come together to think about how we could focus on the different areas of inclusion. 

What are our aims?

  • To raise awareness of Inclusive Church within our congregations and the wider community;
  • To find out where we can do better, what changes are needed, what things are easily changed, and what things need a longer term strategy;
  • To promote action to enable these changes to happen.

What are we going to do?

Although we have voted to become a member of Inclusive Church, there is still much to do. It is not something we could tackle all at once. The areas highlighted by Inclusive Church are:

Mental Health - Ethnicity - Disability - Sexuality - Poverty - Gender

(although it is probably fair to say that inclusion is much wider than this).

Mother Helen has copies of the IC guides in these six areas if anybody wants to have a look. 

We have decided to focus on each of these areas in turn, for two months at a time each year, as follows:

2022

May/June – Sexuality                                                                                          

July/August – Gender                                                                                            

September/October – Mental Health               

March/April – Ethnicity                                                       

 
Contact Helen for more details -

Inclusive Church Coffee & Cake

4 months to go

Parish of Great Yarmouth Inclusive Church Group will be holding a Coffee & Cake morning every 1st Saturday of the month.

What is Inclusive Church?

‘Inclusive Church celebrates and affirms every person and does not discriminate’. The PCC of the Parish of Great Yarmouth (St Mary’s, St Paul’s and the Minster) voted to become a member of the Inclusive Church Network on 15th July 2021. You may have noticed the large Inclusive Church banners in each of our three churches.

What is the Inclusive Church Group?

The Inclusive Church Group is a small group of people from the Parish of Great Yarmouth, who have come together to think about how we could focus on the different areas of inclusion. 

What are our aims?

  • To raise awareness of Inclusive Church within our congregations and the wider community;
  • To find out where we can do better, what changes are needed, what things are easily changed, and what things need a longer term strategy;
  • To promote action to enable these changes to happen.

What are we going to do?

Although we have voted to become a member of Inclusive Church, there is still much to do. It is not something we could tackle all at once. The areas highlighted by Inclusive Church are:

Mental Health - Ethnicity - Disability - Sexuality - Poverty - Gender

(although it is probably fair to say that inclusion is much wider than this).

Mother Helen has copies of the IC guides in these six areas if anybody wants to have a look. 

We have decided to focus on each of these areas in turn, for two months at a time each year, as follows:

2022

May/June – Sexuality                                                                                          

July/August – Gender                                                                                            

September/October – Mental Health               

March/April – Ethnicity                                                       

 
Contact Helen for more details -

Inclusive Church Coffee & Cake

5 months to go

Parish of Great Yarmouth Inclusive Church Group will be holding a Coffee & Cake morning every 1st Saturday of the month.

What is Inclusive Church?

‘Inclusive Church celebrates and affirms every person and does not discriminate’. The PCC of the Parish of Great Yarmouth (St Mary’s, St Paul’s and the Minster) voted to become a member of the Inclusive Church Network on 15th July 2021. You may have noticed the large Inclusive Church banners in each of our three churches.

What is the Inclusive Church Group?

The Inclusive Church Group is a small group of people from the Parish of Great Yarmouth, who have come together to think about how we could focus on the different areas of inclusion. 

What are our aims?

  • To raise awareness of Inclusive Church within our congregations and the wider community;
  • To find out where we can do better, what changes are needed, what things are easily changed, and what things need a longer term strategy;
  • To promote action to enable these changes to happen.

What are we going to do?

Although we have voted to become a member of Inclusive Church, there is still much to do. It is not something we could tackle all at once. The areas highlighted by Inclusive Church are:

Mental Health - Ethnicity - Disability - Sexuality - Poverty - Gender

(although it is probably fair to say that inclusion is much wider than this).

Mother Helen has copies of the IC guides in these six areas if anybody wants to have a look. 

We have decided to focus on each of these areas in turn, for two months at a time each year, as follows:

2022

May/June – Sexuality                                                                                          

July/August – Gender                                                                                            

September/October – Mental Health               

March/April – Ethnicity                                                       

 
Contact Helen for more details -

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