Bible training college moves from Norfolk to Uganda
Last week The Way of the Spirit Bible college moved out of its Norfolk base at Framingham Earl Hall, near Norwich, after seven blessed years and into a new permanent base in Uganda.
Bible training college, The Way of the Spirit, has been based in Framingham Earl Hall, south of Norwich, for seven years. Here they have hosted conferences, training modules, celebrations and residential courses with the aim of teaching students to hear God speak through the Bible and apply it to their lives and circumstances.
The Way of the Spirit are moving a major part of their activity and focus to Africa with a new permanent base established in Uganda.
Reflecting on their time in Framingham Earl Richard George, Director of The Way of the Spirit, said: “During the seven years at Framingham Earl Hall The Way of the Spirit, without even trying, has become a truly international ministry. We are moving out of a great property and onwards into the world! We had so many great times in the hall! And it was there that finance was given to launch a permanent base in Uganda, from where we are beginning to impact pastors and leaders from East Africa and beyond.
“We are leading them into the same encounters with God through his Word and Spirit in Uganda that we have known at Framingham Earl Hall. We have grown too, through good and challenging seasons, and in it all we have known the love and power of God at work.”
The Way of the Spirit team have worked hard over the summer in order to hand the hall back in as good a condition as they found it.
The ministry isn’t leaving Norfolk altogether. They are refurbishing a new office close to Framingham Earl to house their Admin and Resources teams and will still hold events in the region including the upcoming conference on Understanding Israel in Lingwood on 25-27 October. You can click here for further information.
About Framingham Earl Hall Richard said: “Many prophetic bible teachers have been equipped and sent out. Many fledgling disciples of Jesus have grown into men and women of stature and now move confidently in their respective ministries. I am so grateful to God for it all, that in our weakness his strength is made perfect. We are eagerly anticipating the new season.”
Mail sent to Framingham Earl Hall will still reach The Way of the Spirit, and they can now be reached temporarily at 07747 006094.
Photo: The Way of the Spirit team from Framingham Earl Hall with Director Richard George (left).