Norwich church renamed to Bridge Fellowship
Norwich based Living Waters Pentecostal Fellowship is changing its name to Bridge Fellowship and is holding a special revival launch this weekend.
Living Waters Pentecostal Fellowship which has served many in the community for the past nine years in Norwich will be changing its name with a special revival launch this coming weekend (7th and 8th September 2019).
This will involve a gospel concert with leading UK based Zimbabwe gospel artist Obert Mazivisa coming from Swindon at the Jubilee Community Centre on Saturday afternoon. The event with also feature Slough based evangelist Kamasho and Corby based pastor Gilbert Gambo.
Speaking about the launch the pastor Tapiwa Kundoro said, “This change wasn’t just a change for change’s sake, but we really felt that as a church we are called to be a bridge. A bridge that makes connections with people, communities and nations but, above all, helping people to connect with God. There is now a big gap between the church and the community. The church is isolated from the community it is meant to serve in and as a church we want to bridge this gap".
The church is inviting everyone to come and be part of this great launch
Saturday Gospel Concert 2 - 5pm
Evening Service - 6 - 8pm
Sunday Service - 10am - 1pm
at Jubilee Community Centre, Long John Hill, Norwich NR1 2EX
For more information call 07960 300567 or visit www.bridgefellowship.org.uk or email email@example.com