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This is an amazing and beautiful building, with a fascinating history. The church also boasts a Norman & Beard organ which - bizarrely - is fed by a blower in the corner of the churchyard! The air is pushed through an underground pipe to the organ. The churchyard has been extended. Have a look at some of the inscriptions on the gravestones: there are heartbreaking events depicted including a teenage flyer of the last war, and an unknown merchant seaman whose body was washed ashore at Mundesley. The church itself is unusual in that it has no spire or tower. Mundesley is part of the Trunch Team, which is in interregnum at the moment (March 2015). However, we do have a team of three clergy and five lay ministers. The group comprises Mundesley, Gimingham, Knapton, Paston, Swafield, Trunch, and Bradfield. Try to visit us all! The beauty and history of these churches is amazing. Remember too that there has been worship and prayer and praise in these building for hundreds of years. You are welcome! Come to a service, or just to admire the dedication and skill of the workmanship, and bask in the knowledge that this building has been absorbing and reflecting and echoing the prayers, praise and worship of our living Lord God for hundreds of years.
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