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OpenHouse750Equipping day for those in Norwich church leadership  

SOUL Church is inviting church leaders and those involved in leading worship and children's and youth ministry across Norwich and Norfolk, to a day of training, worship and fellowship at its free ‘Open House’ event on Tuesday, May 14.

On Tuesday, May 14, 9.30am – 4.30pm SOUL Church is hosting Open House,a one-day event to refresh and refuel senior pastors, creatives, those in kids ministry and youth workers from across Norwich and Norfolk's churches.
As part of the Hillsong family, SOUL Church has been blessed with the support of other churches across the globe.
Pastors Jon and Chantel Norman have spent time working in Australia and South Africa and have close relationships with experienced leaders and visionaries worldwide, bringing this knowledge to their own church family here in Norwich. 
They said: “We’ve been so blessed to be mentored by Godly men and women over the years and we want to be able to pass their wisdom on to leaders from other Norwich churches. We hope to see the local church grow, with many coming to know Jesus. This event is a way for us all to share together, so we can return to our own churches fired up with a new passion for God and for saving souls.”
The day will include a long lunch with dedicated break-out sessions for those involved in different ministries.  If you’d like to attend, please click here to book your free place, including lunch.
SOUL Church, Mason Road, Norwich, NR6 6RF

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