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Christian musician open to Norfolk church gigs

John Wilson2010: John Alexander Wilson, a new singer and composer to emerge on the UK Christian music scene, is approaching Norfolk churches to host outreach events, concerts or services using his unique music ministry.
Following a recent tour of the UK and a number one in the New Christian Music Charts, John has been accepted into The London School of Theology to begin studies this September.  As a result John will be relocating from Scotland to London and is making himself available for concerts and outreach events across England.
A passionate Christian and evangelist, John receives numerous invitations to speak and play each year in churches of all sizes across the denominations, sharing his remarkable journey to faith with people of all ages through original music and testimony.
If you, your church or organisation are interested in outreach, or would like to do something a little bit different from your normal church service, why not enquire about having John come and play a concert or lead worship at your church. John's concerts are a great idea for combined church events and an ideal opportunity for Churches to share the gospel with their local comunity in a freindly relaxed and informal setting, 
You can find out more about John at his official website where you can watch live videos, listen to his music, and read a small part of his testimony.

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