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Celebrate Norfolk Charity No 1141245

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Norfolk panel to talk on Christian leadership 

A panel of Norfolk Christian leaders from the church and charity sectors will give personal insights into Christian Leadership in Today’s World at a free breakfast seminar to be staged by Celebrate Norfolk in Norwich on June 10.

The panels of speakers are: Tom Chapman, Pastor of Surrey Chapel, who will talk on “Taking the Medicine”, Val Dodsworth, MBE, from The House of Genesis and an ex probation officer and prison chaplain, who will address “From Stable to Table” and Julian Bryant, Christian Aid Regional Organiser, charity consultant and ex Matthew Project Director, who will speak on “Preventing Spiritual Burnout”.

Their short presentations will be followed by a question and answer session. 
 
The breakfast will take place from 8am on Saturday, June 10 in St Stephen’s Church, Rampant Horse Street, Norwich, before the annual Celebrate Norwich & Norfolk exhibition opens at 10am at the nearby Forum. 
 
Celebrate Project Director, John Betts, said: “We are very excited about the opportunity for attendees to meet and listen to Christian leaders from across Norfolk and the possibilities which may arise from doing so. Our speakers represent the breadth and depth of Christian leadership experience and I know are well worth listening to.

“There will be opportunity to network over breakfast with fellow Church leaders and charity reps from our Celebrate Exhibition and the official opening of our Forum and Millennium Plain Exhibition is at 10am which participants are invited to join.”
 
Churches and Christian organisations from across Norfolk are invited to send one or two of their leadership team to the breakfast. There is no charge as the costs have been covered by sponsor New Hope Christian Centre.
 
If you would like to attend, please email celebrate@networknorwich.co.uk asap. Places are limited and will be allocated on a “first come first served” basis.  
 

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