Men’s breakfast pitstop in Norwich for CVM Leaders
The CEO and President of Christian Vision for Men, Beechy and Blackers, will be at a men’s breakfast in Norwich on September 18, when the duo make a pitstop in the city on their ambitious five day Grand Tour from Edinburgh to Essex driving a VW campervan.
The CEO and President of Christian Vision for Men (CVM), Nathan Blackaby (Blackers) and Carl Beech (Beechy), are taking to the road in a classic VW campervan travelling from Edinburgh to Essex over five days in mid-September.
Late on Tuesday, September 17 the duo behind the popular Christian men's event, The Gathering, will arrive in Norwich having travelled in their classic campervan from Edinburgh via Newcastle, York, Leeds, Liverpool, Llandudno and Leicester.
The duo will be breakfasting at The Mitre on Earlham Road at 8.30am on Wednesday, September 18, meeting men from across the city who are inspired to minister to other men.
Stephen Gladwell, Norwich's CVM Coordinator said: “The aim of the breakfast is to meet up with men who have a desire to minister to men, be it in leading a men’s group, dad’s breakfasts, men’s breakfasts, or in church leadership - to share stories and encourage each other. Nathan and Carl will share some of what CVM are up to and of course we will be well fed by the top notch food at The Mitre.”
The Grand Tour by Beechy and Blackers aims to celebrate and promote 30 years of Christian Vision for Men, and to capture stories of salvation, faith and transformation along the way.
Blackers said: “We are still all about introducing a million men to Jesus. So we are on the road, getting to our grassroots network, encouraging those guys and bringing you the stories and updates of what’s going on in the land of CVM.”
If you hope to come along to the breakfast please get in touch with Stephen Gladwell at Stephen.firstname.lastname@example.org. You can view the breakfast menu here and pre-order with Stephen to minimise waiting for food on the morning.
The Mitre, 131 Earlham Rd, Norwich, NR2 3RF
Photo: Carl Beech (left) and Nathan Blackaby (right)