Bingo @ St. Paul's Church Hall

3 days to go

 

Bingo St Paul’s Church Hall, Saturday 28 May 2022

Doors open 6.30pm, for ‘Eyes Down’ at 7pm

All are invited to come along and join in the fun, including raffle.

Refreshments will be served.  (Raffle prizes welcome)

             

 

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Contact Tracy for more details - 01493858410
 

Green Yarmouth

4 days to go

 
Green Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth Minster will be going green during half term week, with a week of activities and events investigating the science and faith behind renewable energy. Through the week visitors will be finding out more about the area’s links to renewable energy, and how the technology works. Events include visits by the Bishop of Norwich, the Church of England’s lead bishop on the environment, as well as Climate Stewards, a live broadcast by Harbour Radio, a conscious coffee morning with vegan goodies, special activities for under fives, and a big Green and Queen Quiz at the end of the week.

Thanks to funding from Scientists in Congregations, all the events will be free, and visitors will be able to explore the issues involved in climate change and renewable energy through both science and faith perspectives. Rev Helen Lynch, assistant curate at the Minster, is looking forward to the week: “We’re hoping to welcome all sorts of visitors, to do some experimenting and creating, and breaking down some of the imagined barriers between science and faith. The renewables theme is particularly relevant here in Great Yarmouth, with so much expertise and industry in the town involved in off shore windfarms.”

Green Yarmouth runs from 29th May to 4th June, with the Minster open 10-4 every day.

Keep up to date on the Minster facebook page: www.facebook.com/gtyarminster

 

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Inclusive Church Coffee & Cake

1 week 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                                                       

 

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Contact Helen for more details -
 

Inclusive Church Coffee & Cake

1 month 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                                                       

 

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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                                                       

 

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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                                                       

 

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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                                                       

 

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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                                                       

 

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Contact Helen for more details -
 

Inclusive Church Coffee & Cake

7 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                                                       

 

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Contact Helen for more details -
 

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