Chris Gaze

01508 470762
 

Wayne Doman

 

Vicky Ball

01508 471506
 
Richard profile

Richard Bond

01508 578093
 

William Ball

William had served as warden at Newton for some years but has stepped down from that role he continues to lead services there regularly.

23 Alan Avenue
Newton Flotman
Norwich
NR15 1PY
01508 471506
 
Sally profile

Revd Canon Sally Gaze

Sally has been Team Rector in the Tas Valley since September 2002. She lives with husband Chris and children Matthew and Katie in Newton Flotman Rectory and enjoy having lots of people round to share it with them – from the youth cells and PCCs to participants in the Gaze treasure-hunt parties and admirers of the train set in the loft.

 

Sally has a passion for sharing the good news of Jesus in ways which make sense in 21st century culture She served as a member of the working group for the Mission-Shaped Church Report and wrote one of the books in the follow-up series “Mission –shaped and rural: Growing churches in the countryside” published in 2006.

 

Within the staff team, Sally has particular responsibilty for serving Newton Flotman and Swainsthorpe parishes and the Tas Valley Cell Church.  She also works quarter time for Norwich diocese as facilitaor for Fresh Expressions of Church. 

The Rectory
Church Road
Newton Flotman
NR15 1QB
01508 470762
 
Sally profile

Revd Canon Sally Gaze

Sally has been Team Rector in the Tas Valley since September 2002. She lives with husband Chris and children Matthew and Katie in Newton Flotman Rectory and enjoy having lots of people round to share it with them – from the youth cells and PCCs to participants in the Gaze treasure-hunt parties and admirers of the train set in the loft.

 

Sally has a passion for sharing the good news of Jesus in ways which make sense in 21st century culture She served as a member of the working group for the Mission-Shaped Church Report and wrote one of the books in the follow-up series “Mission –shaped and rural: Growing churches in the countryside” published in 2006.

 

Within the staff team, Sally has particular responsibilty for serving Newton Flotman and Swainsthorpe parishes and the Tas Valley Cell Church.  She also works quarter time for Norwich diocese as facilitaor for Fresh Expressions of Church. 

The Rectory
Church Road
Newton Flotman
NR15 1QB
01508 470762
 
Martin profile

Rev Martin Hartley

Martin is married to Rach and they have four children at home - Dorrie, Willow, Noah and Honey. Martin also has two grown up daughters. After studying the two years that Ridley Hall in Cambridge he was ordained in June 2013.  Before  ordination Martin worked as a Community Evangelist with Church Army  in Bedfordshire.  He is a pioneer curate which means that at least half his time will be spent reaching out beyond the bounds of traditional church  with the aim of developing fresh expressions of church.  Martin has a powerful conversion story which was featured in the EDP last summer http://bit.ly/1n8yWY3  Martin believes that  if as a church we want people to hear the good news of Jesus Christ,  then we first  must be prepared  to listen  to the people  in our communities. " I have found that over the years  if you give people an opportunity to come together  in community  they grasp it with both hands"  This was demonstrated  on Christmas Day after  a team of people organised a Christmas lunch at the village Hall  in Tasburgh.   46 people came  together and had a lovely community Christmas lunch   Martin's  recent venture  is to develop a  community choir. 46 people  shared  together in a  community Christmas lunch 

The Rectory
Church Hill
Tasburgh
NR15 1NB
01508 471474
 

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