Lynn evening of inspiration with Urban Saints
Matt Summerfield of Urban Saints (formerly Crusaders) and Christian singer songwriter Philippa Hanna are coming to King’s Lynn on Thursday March 7 to present an inspiring evening of music, laughter and a challenging message of whole life discipleship.
Matt Summerfield, Chief Executive of the youth and children’s missionary movement Urban Saints and Christian singer songwriter Philippa Hanna will be bringing their nationwide tour ‘Don’t Make History, Change the Future” to The King’s Centre, King’s Lynn on Thursday March 7, 7.30pm – 10.00pm.
For both adults and young people, the event will present a way of discipleship called ‘Live Life 1-2-3’ which involves a commitment to investing in intentional, accountable, disciple-making relationships. The ‘Live Life 1-2-3’ approach encourages Christians to find a mentor, be a mentor and have mutually accountable relationships with close friends.
Andy Croft, Associate Director of Soul Survivor
said: "Live Life 1-2-3 is an imaginative and practical way to engage with the key issue of whole life discipleship. It's a simple, stretching way of sharpening and supporting each other. The best thing about it is that it will work!"
Matt Summerfield brings 25 years’ experience working in youth and children’s ministry. In addition to his national role at Urban Saints, Matt is the Senior Pastor
of Hitchin Christian Centre
. Every person who attends the event will be given a free copy of his new book, “Don’t Make History, Change The Future”
Philippa Hanna has been travelling the globe sharing songs and stories since releasing her debut album ‘Watching Me’
in 2007. In 2012 she supported Lionel Richie
for each of his 11 UK tour dates and has a new book and album due for release in 2013.
Tickets are £5 and can be booked online.
King's Lynn Christian Fellowship, The King's Centre, Wellesley Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1QD