Stories of faith kick off year of Norwich dinners
Norwich FGB members' own stories of faith will kick off the branch's 2020 programme of evening dinners on Friday February 28, at the Mercure Hotel in Norwich.
Branch president Dr Barrie Lawrence said: "We wanted to start the year with stories from our own members of healings, changed lives, answered prayers, needs met – and so much more. And what God has done for them, He can do for you, so do come."
The evening begins the branch's 2020 programme of dinners which will include former Gladiator Ace (Warren Furman), Messianic Jew Asaf Pelled, ex British Army officer, Lt Col Mark Goodwin-Hudson and international businessman Kit Brinkley.
How to book for this dinner
All are welcome at this inspirational FGB dinner evening which takes place at the Mercure Hotel hotel, 7pm for 7.30pm, tickets £15 per person to include a two-course dinner.
Bookings for all events should be made in advance to booking secretary, Lisa by email to email@example.com or by phone to 01603 935000.
Postal Bookings can also be sent to: Dr Barrie Lawrence, “Crossways”, Pound Hill, Frettenham, NR12 7AN. Please be sure to mention if you require vegetarian or other dietary options. Cheques made payable to FGBMFI Norwich. Cash or electronic transfer are all acceptable. The cost is £15 per person.
The Mercure Hotel is on the ring road at 121-131 Boundary Road, Norwich NR3 2BA, opposite the Asda retail complex.
The dinner is one of the regular monthly dinner evenings where speakers share ‘new life stories’. These events, open to all, are arranged by the Norwich Chapter of the Full Gospel Businessmen, (FGB), part of a worldwide fellowship.
FGB is endorsed by the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, who says: “We need more men like them.”
Click here to see the full Norwich FGB programme of dinners and events over 2020.
Pictured, above, is Norwich FGB president Barrie Lawrence.