Come and join us for our series of Sunday evenings which will focus on the stories and experiences of “ordinary” people – people like you and me – who have faced particular challenges or difficulties in their lives and have responded in ways that can inspire us all. We look forward to hearing how their faith has helped them – if indeed they had a faith to begin with – and how Jesus has changed their lives and the lives of those around them.
The evenings will be very informal and start at 6.30pm with coffee / tea and cake. The main part of the evening will be a very relaxed one-to-one interview with our speaker. Following this, there will be time for questions and time for more coffee and cake.
For those who might be worried about what will happen in these evenings, there will be no singing, no prayers, no collection and no forced discussions. We will finish at 7.30.
We hope that you will want to join us for these evenings and will enjoy the company of friends and hearing how God has made a real difference in people’s lives.
Dates and speakers:
Sunday 13th October 2019 at 6.30 Peter Bundell, a former teacher, now works as a counsellor with a GP surgery. Come and hear his inspirational life story as he has overcome serious health challenges. Listen here to his story.
Sunday 13th January 2020 at 6.30 Billy-Jo O’Leary has a fascinating life story. She describes herself first and foremost a mum, wife and Kent Co-ordinator for Home for Good. In her early life she was in social care and involved in gang life in Kent. Come and hear how she overcame the many challenges in her early life.