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Bethel's Paul Manwaring Norfolk tickets going fast 

Paul Manwaring, senior leader at Bethel church in California and founder of Global Legacy, will be speaking at Wymondham in Norfolk on February 3 and tickets are selling fast.

The event has been organised by Holly and David Elverson, leaders at Norwich's Kingdom Life Church who have led Global Legacy events in Norwich since March 2015.

David said: “We are so excited to announce that Paul is coming to speak in Norfolk on February 3. Paul and his wife Sue are being sent back to Europe by Bethel to help steward what God is doing over here.  Paul has a passion and a mission to see revival and reformation break out across Europe and is coming back to play a major part in that whilst remaining on the senior leadership team of Bethel.
“Following a time of worship, led by Luke and Claire Christian-Farman (formerly of Bethel Music), Paul will speak to encourage and equip leaders from across the region to light fires of revival,” said David.

The event, which starts at 7pm, is ticketed and the venue (The Hub, Ayton Road, Wymondham, NR18 0QJ) has a capacity of around 200.  Tickets  are now available at and are sliing fast with over half gone on the first day.

“The tickets will be for a small charge and all money will be passed directly to Paul and Sue to bless them as they move back to the UK,” said David.

Pictured above is Paul Manwaring, picture courtesy of BethelTV.


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