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Celebrating 50 years of praise at Norfolk methodist church

A previous flower festival  at the church. Picture: courtesy of St Andrews Church, Sheringham

A previous flower festival at the church. Picture: courtesy of St Andrews Church, Sheringham

courtesy of St Andrews Church, Sheringham

Fifty years of praise at St Andrew’s Methodist Church in Sheringham will be celebrated with a special anniversary event.

Organisers have chosen and will be singing 50 hymns and songs of praise on Saturday, May 26, and visitors can join the celebrations at the Cromer Road church anytime after 10.30am.

Admission is free but there will be a chance to donate to Cancer Research UK. Tea and coffee will be available with a buffet break at 1pm.

The programme will be available at the church and on www.sheringhammethodist.org.uk

Spokesman Graham Simms said: “The opening of St Andrew’s took place on June 22, 1968. We are making this a year of celebration. We do hope as many of you as possible who have been associated with the church, or with the Station Road and Beeston Road chapels that came before it, will share with us in the events and services.”


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