East Anglia Curia team meet up after 18 months

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East Anglia Curia team meet up after 18 months

Remote working members of the Diocese of East Anglia Curia met in-person for the first time in 18 months on October 13 and had plenty of catching up to do.


Organised by New Evangelisation co-ordinator Rebecca Bretherton, the colleagues, who usually work from home, have been meeting online on Zoom for the past 18 months during the pandemic restrictions.

On October 13, they gathered in the conference suite at the White House offices in Poringland to share stories and experiences as well as discuss their future work.

Among those present (and pictured above) were Hamish MacQueen and Ciaran Losasso from the Ignite Youth Team, Keith Morris and Eldred Willey from the Communications team, Clergy Welfare Officer Sarah Truman, Stewardship & Fundraising Co-ordinator Sandra Portas, FAM Co-ordinator Dr Jessica Beckett, Caritas Development Worker Jacinta Welch and Historic Churches Support Officer Eloise Limmer.

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