Andrew Cannon to inspire Norwich School of Evangelism 

On May 19 the Norwich School of Evangelism is holding a free event with Liverpool Evangelist Andrew Cannon, focused on equipping and inspiring Christians to share the Gospel in their workplaces.

On Saturday, May 19, 10.30am - 2.30pm in The Life Lounge on Ber Street in Norwich, the School of Evangelism will be welcoming Andrew Cannon as he speaks about sharing the Gospel in the workplace.

Andrew Cannon is passionate about sharing his faith and has personally seen thousands come to know Jesus. Until very recently he worked for Jaguar and ended up in a position where every day thousands heard him share the Gospel in tea breaks across the factory.

He is now a full time Evangelist ministering around the world and working closely with Todd White, Reinhardt Bonnke and Europe Shall Be Saved.

However only a few years ago his life looked very different. Andy was a homeless drug and alcohol addict on the streets of Liverpool. The very first time someone shared the love of Jesus with him he was instantly set free from addiction and knew Jesus as his saviour.

Dave Elverson, Leader of Kingdom Life church said: “Come along to learn to be equipped and inspired to share your faith. You don't have to be an 'evangelist', you just want to get better equipped to share your faith!”

The School of Evangelism is an initiative of Norwich church Kingdom Life, with the purpose of equipping Christians in Norfolk to lead people to Jesus.  The School is running monthly on Saturdays for six months concluding with a big outreach event in July.

There is no charge to attend although donations are gratefully received.  If you are interested or would like to come along then email Dave Elverson at to give an idea of numbers.

The Life Lounge, 106 Ber Street, Norwich, NR1 3ES

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