Plans to convert Great Yarmouth shop into a church
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Plans to convert a shop into a church have been submitted.
The building in King Street, Great Yarmouth was previously used as a shop with a home above it.
The applicant is Shingirai Goredema of Alexandra Avenue, Gorleston and said the ex-shop unit would be used for prayers, meetings and fellowship.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council will make a decision on whether to approve the application by the end of the year.
He said the building could be used any day of the week but with a definite service on Sundays.
Mr Goredema added: 'On rare occasion we will also have some all night prayers in the building.
'During these all night prayers, we will not be using our PA system and no noise will be reaching neighbours.'
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Small bible study groups will also be held in the building.
The hours of operation would be from 7am through until 6am each day.