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Norwich mission resourcing event a success 

A free Resourcing Mission event at Norwich Cathedral attracted more than 20 local Christian organisations and scores or visitors on Saturday March 28.

MissionResource450The event, organised by the Fountain Network in association with the Norfolk Fresh Expressions team, featured a three-hour Christian mission resources exhibition plus associated seminars from some exhibitors.

Exhibitors included: Fresh Expressions, Diocese of Norwich, Christian Conference Trust, Kidz Klub, Christian Vision for Men, Four C's Counselling Centre, ENYP, Hope into Action, New Wine, Westminster Theological Centre, Christians Against Poverty, Fountain Network, Celebrate Norfolk, Network Norfolk, Good News for Norwich & Norfolk, Norwich YFC, Mid Norfolk YFC, Dreams & Visions, Time Norfolk, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Call to Prayer.

Rev Stephen Mawditt, from the Fountain Network, said: “We have a passion to link together and network the different resources that God has raised up for his Kingdom in this region.  There are lots of very exciting things going on all over Norfolk and we believe that as we join together and resource each other, we better position ourselves to see God breakthrough in mission.

“The purpose of this event was: to explore the resources available in support of mission across the region; to network with others who share a similar call and vision for presenting the gospel afresh to this generation; and to be encouraged and equipped by hearing about good models of local practice and options for further training
The Fountain Network is a family of churches and individuals who share a vision for engaging in mission and evangelism. It has emerged out of the relationship between the Fountain of Life Church and other churches and organisations in Norfolk.

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