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Methodist church, Terrington St Clement
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church, Terrington St Clement
In these early 21st century days, as the Anglican church goes into freefall and the Catholic church has become the biggest church in the land again for the first time in half a millennium, it is pleasant and reassuring to see that a remote non-conformist congregation like this still goes about its independent and enthusiastic business in a way that is designed to suit itself and not its spin doctors. The new church is simple, functional, and very comfortable. The 20 or so gravestones that had to be moved for the building have been reset in a prominent place on the edge of the new car park.
Norfolk has hundreds of non-conformist churches, past and present. Thousands of them, probably. I put hardly any of them onto this site; but some of them I do, simply because it pleases me to do so. Any requests?
Simon Knott, July 2005
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