On Thursday 8 November the Archbishop Justin was in the east of the Diocese.
At 11am there was a short service at Caister Lifeboat station, attended by people from the local community and the lifeboat crew members.
There were contributions from the children of Caister Junior School, including a dramatisation of the 1901 Caister lifeboat disaster, as well as an address from the Archbishop.
Following the service the Archbishop boarded the Caister offshore lifeboat (one of the fastest in the country) and lay a wreath at sea for all those who have died at sea in wars over the last 100 years.
Find out more about Archbishop Justin’s visit to Caister here.
Visit the Caister Lifeboat website at www.caisterlifeboat.org.uk
Image courtesy of Russell Carter