Church Advent opportunity from Bramerton pub
During Advent a restaurant in Bramerton is looking for churches to set a festive atmosphere by providing carols and testimonies.
From December 1 Lee Webb, the Proprietor of the Water’s Edge restaurant
situated on the bank of the River Yare
in the South Norfolk
village of Bramerton
, is erecting a floodlit Christmas tree.
To bring a real sense of Christmas Lee is giving churches the opportunity to book a night during Advent to bring carol singers, testimonies and music.
The invitation was offered via well-known Norfolk evangelist, John Wright. John said: “This is a great Christmas evangelistic opportunity. Can I ask all churches to pray for this outreach and for God to bless Water's Edge for giving us this great opportunity.”
John, a Member of the College of Evangelists
, suggests that churches may like to use the outreach opportunity to give out a copy of The Christmas Story
leaflet that he has written and distributes with the approval of the Bishop of Norwich
. Churches can print their own (see below) or order copies from John for free (or give a suggested donation of of 15p each).
If singers would like to eat at the Water’s Edge, which is just five miles from Norwich, Lee would like to offer a reduction on fish and chips from £12.95 to £10.
Churches wishing to book an evening slot should contact Lee or Charlotte, from the Water’s Edge, on 01508 538005 or on firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to order printed copies of The Christmas Story leaflet, or have any queries or problems please contact John Wright on 01508 494366 or email@example.com.
The Water's Edge Bar & Restaurant, Woods End, Bramerton, NR14 7ED
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