Cromer's 40acts of Kindness - a lesson in giving out not giving up
The advert, which was released last week has been viewed over 4,500 times so far. It invites people in the local community to come to church over Christmas, and to consider 'giving a Christmas that lasts'.
Jillian from St Thomas, who created the film said:
"The Christmas ad or John Lewis Parody has become an annual event at St Thomas. It’s a way of having some fun and inviting people along to our Christmas services, while reminding people about the true meaning of Christmas."
The short video features the church mascot Tommy the Tiger and members of the congregation bouncing on a trampoline - including 'Kevin the carrot' - a nod to the big supermarkets' efforts to engage their audience at Christmas.
"So far, people have loved it. We encourage other churches to use it as we hope it reaches as many people as possible."
Article courtesy of Network Norfolk.