Ian Dyble to speak at North Norfolk worship meeting
The guest speaker at the January meeting of the North Norfolk Filling Station will be Norwich vicar Ian Dyble.
Ian is the vicar of St Thomas, Norwich where he moved in March 2013, with his wife Jo, following three years as a curate at Holy Trinity Brompton. Prior to that Ian was professionally involved in the justice system both as a solicitor and then as a barrister.
He now supports International Justice Mission (IJM) as well as other social action issues through the work of St Thomas Church. Ian is passionate about following Jesus’ command to “go and make disciples”, loves spending time in North Norfolk, with his family and his dog Orla, and is an eternally optimistic supporter of Ipswich Town Football Club.
The Filling Station, which was born out of the Church of England in the West Country, has grown exponentially in terms of venues opening all over the United Kingdom and continues to serve and refresh both Church leaders, congregations and more importantly to open the eyes of those who are seeking answers to the meaning of life through the Christian faith. The Filling Station is helping to bring unity amongst believers from across the whole Church spectrum.
Everyone is welcome on Monday January 22 to an evening of fellowship and wonderful worship followed by the main talk, which will be entitled Pursuing His Presence. There will also be a time for prayer ministry at the end of the evening. Coffee and cakes will be available from 7pm, with the main meeting starting at 7.30pm.
The venue is Swanton Novers Village Hall, St Giles Road, Swanton Novers, Melton Constable, NR24 2RB.
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