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Fountain Network to equip Norfolk churches 

FountainNetworkLogo300A Norfolk-based network aiming to help equip Christian churches, organizations and individual for mission has launched a new website.

The Fountain Network is a family of churches, organisations and individuals which shares a vision for engaging in mission and evangelism. We aim to help mobilise God’s people by: releasing vision, strengthening discipleship and equipping for mission.
 
The website is a forum enabling information on members’ activities to be pooled, events posted, stories of God’s intervention celebrated, and needs networked. It facilitates the sharing of news, testimony and prayer points.
 
Fountain Network leader, Rev Stephen Mawditt, said: “The Fountain Network seeks to draw missionary-minded people, organisations and churches together across the streams in a way which shares resources and generates momentum. It’s for those called to this region or called out from here to other parts of the UK or world. This website is a practical way of enabling us to encourage one another by communicating news, testimony and prayer.”
 
Membership is free and it’s simple to join.  Just visit the website www.fountainnetwork.org and follow the links.
 
For more information contact the network at info@fountainnetwork.org or on 01760 441902

A free Resourcing Mission event is to be held at Norwich Cathedral on Saturday March 28, between 10am and 1pm.  Click here to read more about this event. 
 


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