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Hope Community Church Wymondham hits the road

Throughout June Hope Community Church will be travelling around South Norfolk taking their ‘Taste of Hope’ worship celebrations to the doorsteps of those who may otherwise not be able to go.

Starting on Saturday, June 10 Hope Community Church, a growing congregation based in Wymondham, will be taking its ‘Taste of Hope’ worship events to venues across South Norfolk.

Grantley Watkins one of the Leaders of Hope Community Church said: “These celebrations are aimed at giving our people who live away from Wymondham an easy opportunity to invite their friends and neighbours to church. The aim of such events is to reach those who do not attend church or have wandered away from God.”

The Taste of Hope services will contain contemporary worship, stories of changed lives, prayer for those who are sick and a message of hope for all.

Grantley said: “In a challenging world when the life you lead may not be the life you always wanted we need “A Taste of Hope””.

The Taste of Hope events will take place at Long Stratton Methodist Church on Saturday, June 10 at 7.30pm, then Lincoln Hall in Hingham on Friday, June 16 at 7.30pm and Hethersett Village Hall on Saturday, June 17 at 7.30pm.  The events are free and refreshments will be served.

For further details about Hope Community Church, please visit or call 01953 798505. 

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