Up Close and Personal...
This year we have been promoting Roy Crowne's HOPE 2018 ~ A Year of Mission. As HOPE 2018 draws to a completion we are looking forward to the possibility of planning for The Turning Bournemouth 2019 - part of next years MISSION ENGLAND!
Your Invitation to Lunch!
Therefore we are inviting all Wessex Church Leaders and those on their leadership who are interested in finding out more, to the second Wessex Leaders Lunch where we will get up-close-and-personal with Baptist Minister Yinka Oyekan: Senior Leader The Gate Reading*, on Friday 28th September 2018 at The Beacon Centre, St Mary's Ferndown.
Online Booking at Eventbrite:
Booking your place couldn't be easier as we have set up an Eventbrite Ticketing page where you can read all about the event and book and pay for your meal by credit card - with receipt so you can reclaim it from your church office. Or you can pay when you arrive at the venue.
Please click the Eventbrite logo or follow the link below:
Chatting with Roy Crowne who will be our keynote speaker for October's ON THE ROAD meeting at St Saviour's Church Iford, about the success of HOPE and the possibilities for the future he said:
"It warms my heart to hear how Moorlands, LEAF, Baylink and Wessex Filling Station have worked together on HOPE 2018 and how there is the potential - the possibility, of them working together again with Yinka Oyekan's THE TURNING; that would be so exciting for 2019.”
What's Included in the Price?
The cost of the lunchtime meal is £10 - and this is simply to cover costs. The meal, all refreshments and Yinka's talk are included in the entrance fee, plus there will be a short time of corporate praise and worship led by St Mary's worship leader Mike Orman, a gifted leader.
This will be a great opportunity to network with local church leaders and also to hear all about the Reading Revival and how The Turning and the vision for MISSION ENGLAND came to be. There will also be an opportunity for Questions to Yinka as this is a up-close-and-personal session.
* The Gate Church Reading, Berkshire, is part of the Barnabas Group of Churches