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Hillsong vice-president visits Norwich

MarkHopkinsPastor Mark Hopkins, Executive Vice President of Hillsong College Sydney spoke in Norwich on March 30 at a Proclaimers Church organised event.


Mark has over 20 years experience in leadership and ministry, serving as a pastor at Hillsong Church for the past 14 years. He was in Norwich at the Ramada Jarvis Hotel.


"Mark is an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God Churches of Australia and has a desire in life is to see young men and women of God realize their God-given potential and to see them make a difference in this world for Jesus Christ," said Proclaimers pastor Tom Rawls


"Mark is making himself available from 7:30pm until 9pm to talk to anyone who is interested in going to the Hillsong College. It will be an informal evening in the coffee lounge of the Hotel and there is no need to book a place but the meeting will be starting on time. "


For further information on the evening call Owen Morgan on 07956 207393.


Check out the website for the Hillsong College:


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