Church pastor and Norwich City chaplain is guest speaker
Soul Church pastor and Norwich City club chaplain Jon Norman will be the guest speaker at an inspirational dinner evening on Thursday, November 9 at the Mercure Hotel, Boundary Road, Norwich, NR3 2BA.
Jon, 38, whose life is an ‘adventure of faith’ and a story of encouragement for many, is a gifted communicator who has ‘a passion to help people reach their potential in life.’
Born in Norwich, Jon has a great heart for his home city where he is not only chaplain to Norwich City Football Club but also pastor of Soul Church which has bold plans to rebuild a £7 million 1,000-seat complex at Heartsease Lane by Easter 2020.
In 2003, Jon pioneered a youth movement in Norwich which attracted hundreds of young people every Friday night. Since then, pastor Jon and his American-born wife, Chantel, have wide experience with the Hillsong family of churches in Australia and South Africa. Chantel is a gifted singer-musician and Jon has the ability to connect across all generations and cultures.
All visitors are welcome to the November 9 dinner which is another in the series of dinner evenings arranged by the FGB Fellowship which start at 7 for 7.30pm.
How to book for this dinner
Everyone is welcome to the Dinner Evening on Thursday, November 9, 2017, at the Mercure Hotel, Norwich, NR3 2BA, at 7 for 7.30pm. The cost is £15. The Mercure Hotel is on the ring road at 121-131 Boundary Road, Norwich NR3 2BA, opposite the Asda retail complex.
To book (between now and November 4th), email Malcolm Springall on: email@example.com
Or call mobile number 07901 667 284 to request tickets. Cheques payable to FGBMFI Norwich can be sent to Malcolm Springall at 10 Vera Close, Rackeath, Norwich NR13 6QR. Tel: 07901 667 284.
Looking further ahead
For later bookings, between November 5-8, please email: Dr Barrie Lawrence on: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01603 898 289. Barrie is also taking bookings for the FGB Christmas Dinner with guests speaker Canon Andrew White on Tuesday, December 5 at the Mercure Hotel. The cost is £15.
Andrew White has a remarkable story as a Middle East peace envoy, despite a long battle with multiple sclerosis. Widely known as a the Vicar of Baghdad, he says: 'When I invited Isil to dinner they said, "Yes, we’ll come, but we’ll chop off your head." Rather kind of them to warn me.'
These two dinners are part of the regular FGB dinner evenings where speakers share "new life stories." These events are arranged by the Norwich Chapter of the Full Gospel Businessmen (FGB), part of a worldwide fellowship in more than 100 nations. FGB is endorsed by the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, who says: “We need more men like them.”
Pictured here: Pastor Jon Norman and the the Mercure Hotel, venue for the November 9 dinner.