Mission-shaped grace for Norfolk’s church leaders
On November 6, New Wine is hosting a one day event in East Norfolk for church leaders, with speaker John McGinley providing practical principles for shaping mission in the 21st Century.
On Monday, November 6 New Wine will host their East Leader’s Day at Belton in East Norfolk giving church leaders of all denominations from across the Eastern region an opportunity to take a break from the ins and outs of ministry and to worship, hear from God and pray together.
The speaker for the event, which starts at 9.30am and finishes at 3pm, will be the New Wine Regional Director for the Midlands and East, John McGinley who also serves as the vicar of Holy Trinity Church in Leicester.
John will be sharing the principles of his book, ‘Mission-Shaped Grace: Missional Practices for Missional Disciples'. The book, published earlier this year, is an attempt to capture what John believes God has been teaching His people about mission in our modern day culture. The five missional practices for the 21st Century contained in this book are intended to help the church reach out to family, friends and work colleagues with the message of hope.
Those attending will also be able to find out more about what New Wine is doing for leaders in Norwich and the East.
John McGinley said: “Whether or not you’ve been to a lot of New Wine events before we would love you to join us”.
The event will take place at All Saints Church, Belton, NR31 6LD. Lunch will be provided. The event is free with donations requested towards costs.
For catering purposes, if you are intending to attend please email Rosie Bunn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
John will also be speaking at 'The Gathering' at 7pm on Sunday November 5 at Mulbarton Church