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Free cross cultural mission training in Norwich 

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Friends International Norwich is running a series of free training events over the academic year in cross-cultural mission, starting on September 23.
 


 
The Muslim mum you see every morning at the school gate. The Japanese PhD student doing research for three years. The Chinese gentleman running a shop in your street. The Polish community around the corner from your church. The Spanish language student coming to spend the summer in the UK.

Have you ever wondered how to reach these communities with the gospel?
Do you want to share the good news with people from another culture but don’t know where to start?


These free events are open to all churches in Norwich and Norfolk. The speakers are from Norwich and all around the UK, who will be helping attendees to think practically about specific communities.

The first evening is on Friday September 23 when John Hindley will be speaking on “Reaching people from all nations with the Gospel,” 7.30pm at The Annex, 530 Earlham Road, NR4 7TF. Free refreshments are available at 7pm.
 

Future Events

  • Friday October 21. Growing friendships with international students. Rebekah Callow, Friends International staff worker
  • Friday November 18. Reaching out to Chinese people. Speaker TBC
  • Friday January 20. How to lead Bible studies with international students. Lisa-Rose Moller
  • February TBC. Different cultures, smae Bible. Peter Teagle, Oxford Friends International Centre
  • Friday March 17. Engaging with Islam. Rev Dave Hanson, Christ Church, Chadderton
  • Friday April 21. Reaching out to Eastern Europeans. Jenny Brown, former IFES staff worker and former Senior Associate Minister at World Mission
  • Friday May 19. Preparing international students to return home. Rebekah Callow, Friends International staff worker
  • Friday June 16. Pop-art culture in the context of mission: Studying popular culture to understand people better. Mark Meynell, Christian writer and speaker

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Time: 7:30 – 9:00pm (free refreshments at 7pm)
Where: The Annex (530 Earlham Road, NR4 7TF)
 
For more information please contact Raquel Medina at raquel@friendsinternational.uk  
 

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