Endeavour Central ‘Renewable Energy & Resurrection Power’

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

In March’s Endeavour Central we’re looking at the transforming impact of Jesus’ resurrection on our everyday work. What does the hope of eternal life have to do with our Monday to Friday working week?

Rachel Hodges is MD of TNEI. TNEI is an independent specialist energy consultancy providing technical, strategic, environmental and consenting advice to organisations operating within the conventional and renewable energy sectors.

Rachel has over 15 years’ experience of working in the power and energy sector covering major project design and specification through to infrastructure planning. As Managing Director Rachel is responsible for the strategic direction of the business and supporting clients throughout their projects. In this interview she’ll not only share her leadership insights about running a growing business in renewable energy sector but also how her Christian faith makes a difference to her work.

Rev. Pete Horlock has worked for M2B full time since July 2012 and is motivated to help people see the dynamic connection between God and work. He’ll give a short talk exploring how Jesus Christ’s resurrection makes a real impact on how we approach our daily work.

When: Wednesday 14/3/18. 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

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

Event Date: 20180314
Event Price: Free

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