Evangelism training evening in Norwich
An evening of evangelism training for those in church leadership will take place in Norwich next week, and all those involved in church leadership are invited to attend.
The event will be led by Matt Hogg, pictured above, Leadership Enabler with CPAS, who will help participants think about building a culture of evangelism in churches, and to make sure there are lots of practical ideas about how they can share Jesus Christ with other people. It is an open training event intended particularly for church ministers and those in church leadership.
Anna Price from Norwich Diocesan Evangelical Fellowship said “Following the remarkable life and witness of our late Queen, I would like to let churches across Norfolk know about the training opportunity below which has been organised by the Norwich Diocesan Evangelical Fellowship. We would like to help re-ignite a passion for evangelism in our churches.”
The theme of the evening “How To Nurture A Faith-Sharing Culture In Our Churches” and will pose challenges such as - What if evangelism was a ministry of the whole church, not just a few? What if it was central to the life of a church rather than something done on the margins?
The event will run from 7pm to 9,30pm on Thursday 29 September, at Holy Trinity Church, Norwich. Refreshments will be provided. There is no charge for the event, but donations may be made on the evening towards speaker and other expenses (£5 suggested donation).
As a CPAS (Church Pastoral Aid Society) Leadership Enabler, Matt is involved in delivering teaching and training that will facilitate the development of missional leadership and encourage evangelism and mission in churches across the nation. Previously, Matt planted a church in West London which he then pastored for 11 years. Amongst other things during his time in the London Diocese he helped facilitate church growth learning communities, co-founded a resourcing network to help churches grow in digital best practice, and was a vice-chair of governors in a state primary school.
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The above image is courtesy of www.cpas.org.uk