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Norwich church appoints new assistant pastor

JasonGriffithsWebSurrey Chapel Free Church in Norwich has appointed a new assistant pastor, Jason Griffiths
Jason's Commissioning Service wason Saturday December 2, 2006, at Surrey Chapel in Botolph Street near Anglia Square.
Jason moved to Norwich in September 2006 with his wife, Catriona, and their two children, Jacob and Emilia, to start work as the assistant to pastor Tom Chapman at Surrey Chapel. 
He originates from Grimsby and lived there until moving to London where he trained for three years at Oak Hill Theological College.
“We as a family love living in Norfolk already, “said Jason, “and we are really enjoying serving God in His church here.  I have been a Christian since 1990 when Jesus became real to me and I realised he had died for me. Since then I have wanted to tell others about him. 
“Part of my job here is to oversee the young people's work. Working with the other youth leaders we are seeking to give the young people a biblical grounding so they can love and serve God in today's world. Other parts of the job include one-to-one Bible study, evangelism courses, pastoral care and preaching. It's a privilege to be here in Norwich serving the Lord at Surrey Chapel.”
Pictured is new Surrey Chapel assistant pastor, Jason Griffiths with wife Catriona.

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