Chance to visit Matthew Project hub in Norwich
Christian church and ministry leaders are invited to the next Transforming Norwich lunch to be held at the Matthew Project on Oak Street in Norwich on May 25.
As well as an excellent opportunity to join up with friends (old and new), hear about the exciting things God is doing around our city and share lunch and pray together, there will be the chance to look around the different parts of the Matthew Project hub, hosted by its CEO, Andy Sexton.
The Transforming Norwich Ministers Together Lunch takes place from 12 noon to 2pm at The Matthew Project, 70-80 Oak Street, Norwich, NR3 3AQ.
Guests will have a chance to look around the Studio and Next Steps, watch some project videos, join in a Q&A session with Andy, as well as enjoy lunch and the chance to chat to one another.
There will also be a special presentation by HM Deputy Lieutenant of Norfolk, Rev Matthew Hutton, of a Covid 19 resilience Blue Plaque on behalf of HM Lord-Lieutenant of Norfolk, Lady Dannatt, to the Matthew Project for its work over the last two years.
The meeting is intended for church and Christian organisation leaders from across greater Norwich and to book a free place, you should email TN administrator Lisa Fifield at firstname.lastname@example.org, stating any dietary requirements, ideally by Friday May 20.
The steering group writes: "This will be an opportunity to connect with one another over a buffet lunch, maybe meet some new friends and, we hope, be encouraged and refreshed through our time together. Whether you've been coming along to Transforming Norwich lunches for years, or you've never been before, we'd love to see you there."
Pictured above are Matthew Project staff and volunteers.