Norwich Christian group secures its future
Kate ScotterA Christian group has secured its future after signing a new lease at a city centre church for five more years.Kate Scotter
A Christian group has secured its future after signing a new lease at a city centre church for five more years.
The Bishop of Norwich, Graham James, will tomorrow conduct a service of re-dedication to mark the occasion at the All Saints' Centre at All Saints' Church, Norwich, at 2.30pm.
The centre will next month hold its annual general meeting. The event, which will be held on May 15 at 2.30pm, will give people the chance to learn how the centre has been run through a difficult period and it is meeting its charitable objectives.
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