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New Wine leader set to speak in Norfolk

IanParkinsonCrop2007: Ian Parkinson, host of New Wine North and East, will be in Norfolk in November speaking about Worship, Teaching and Ministry in the power of the Holy Spirit.
He is currently working as a missionary in Cheshire where he and wife Nadine lead All Saints Church Marple (Stockport). Their first six years there have seen encouraging growth as the church has transitioned to a cell structure.
After reading Law at Durham Ian worked as a Psychiatric Nursing Assistant before training for ordination at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. Curacies in Hull and Middlesbrough were followed by nine years in Saltburn (Teesside) where the Parkinsons were involved in transitioning a 'traditional' church with an ageing congregation into a more Mission-focussed, contemporary work.
During these years Ian was also an Advisor in Evangelism for the Diocese of York and was heavily involved in leading Missions in Universities and other settings here and overseas. Since 2003 Ian and Nadine have been members of the New Wine National Leadership Team and head up the Leadership of the New Wine Newark Summer Conference.
Ian will be speaking at the following churches:
Sat 24th Nov 7.30pm The Fountain of Life, Mid-Norfolk
Sun 25th Nov 10.30am Stoke Holy Cross, Norwich
Sun 25th Nov 6.30pm St James Southrepps, North Norfolk
01263 833404


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