London preacher to speak at North Norfolk meeting
Rev Andy Keighley, from Holy Trinity Swiss Cottage, will be the guest speaker at the June meeting of the Filling Station in Swanton Novers.
Andy Keighley was born, grew up and educated in South London. He read Law at Nottingham University and then attended Guilford College of Law. He did his articles in the West End and worked as a solicitor for a variety of law firms including Clifford Chance and as an in house corporate lawyer for ICL. After becoming a Christian aged 27 Andy was accepted for ordination into the Church of England in 1993.
Subsequently Andy studied at Wycliffe Bible College in Oxford. He served as a curate at St James The Less in Pimlico and then at Holy Trinity Brompton. Andy then lead the church plant to Holy Trinity Swiss Cottage in 2006. Since then membership has grown from 10 to more than 300 people from all nations and backgrounds.
Andy is passionate to encourage hope in the community. He is also Deputy Chair of Governors at Holy Trinity Primary school, is involved in prison Alpha, wholeness and healing ministry, and is currently writing a book
This meeting of the North Norfolk Filling Station on Monday, June 26, will be the last meeting before the summer break. Everyone is welcome for an evening of fellowship, wonderful worship followed by the main talk. There will also be a time for prayer ministry at the end of the evening. Arrive from 7pm for coffee, cakes and chat, for a 7.30 start.
Swanton Novers Village Hall, St Giles Road, Swanton Novers, Melton Constable, NR24 2RB.
The Filling Station, which was born out of the Church of England in the West Country, has grown rapidly in terms of venues opening all over the United Kingdom, and continues to serve and refresh both church leaders and congregations, and more importantly to open the eyes of those who are seeking answers to the meaning of life through the Christian Faith. The Filling Station is helping to bring unity amongst believers from across the whole Church spectrum.
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