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North Elmham church joins Baptist family

The Victory Villages Church in North Elmham was formally accepted into the Eastern Baptist Association on June 11. Tony Rothe reports.

The church was started by Jane and Tony Field in November 2005, after God called them from Carlisle. They had been visiting their son in Norwich and were on their way back to Carlisle when they passed through North Elmham and had an incredible sense of the Lord's presence here.
Victory Villages was originally part of the Victory Churches International group, and they left on good terms, as it was felt the church needed to be part of an active group of Christians locally.
After testing the water with several denominations, it was the Eastern Baptist Association who welcomed them in with open arms and with whom they felt God was leading us into community. June 11 was the AGM of the Eastern Baptist Association, held at Felixstowe Academy, and was the North Elmham church’s 'formal' welcome to the association.
Anne-Marie Fewell from the church said “Victory Villages Church is a small and friendly church in North Elmham, seeking to bring the message of hope in Christ to the people in North Elmham and surrounding villages. We meet at 10.30am on Sunday mornings (10am first Sunday of the month for breakfast church), at The Institute on Holt Road, North Elmham, and would love to welcome anyone who wishes to join us.”
Pictured above is Rev. David Mayne, the outgoing EBA moderator, Pastors Jane & Tony Field, and Richard and Angela Eglington, representatives of the church congregation.

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