Endeavour Central ‘Enable’


Endeavour Central is an inspiring blend of community, hospitality, bible teaching and music to fuel your workingweek.

In May’s Endeavour Central we’re looking at how to inspire change in ourselves and what it means to find satisfaction in our work.

Guest Interview: John Williams leads Enable, drawing on his wealth of experience in church ministry and his personal journey of living with cerebral palsy. Born eight weeks premature and diagnosed with a severe muscular disability, it was assumed John would never be able to walk, talk or be independent. By the grace and power of God, John has overcome life-limiting obstacles and is now able to inspire and encourage those facing the same difficulties.
Enable is passionate not only about seeing people with disabilities welcomed into churches but about seeing them equipped to continue their journey of discipleship, fellowship and service in their local community.

Guest Speaker:
Andrew Phillips is founder of Apogee Coffee and works with Ivy Church. Andrew is currently developing his first coffee shop near the university campuses in Manchester. This social enterprise will be both a vehicle and platform for Gospel engagement – sharing Christ’s love, training disciples, and sending new believers out to church plant across the city, nation and world. The profits will go toward community projects, training disciples and investments in other Christian work.

When: Wednesday 9/5/18. 6:00pm – 7:30pm. Refreshments served 6.00 -6.15pm.
Where: Canada House, Chepstow Street M1 5FW Map
Cost: Free. But for security and catering purposes registering is essential – please email Pete Horlock

Download Flyer: EC May 2018
Living or work in the city, religious beliefs or none – all are welcome.
For more information contact: Pete Horlock

Event Date: 20180509
Event Price: Free

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