Midweek

midweek-flyer-a5-frontmidweek-logo_blackoffers two distinct opportunities, each month, for people living or working in the city centre to engage with the Christian message in an accessible, meaningful way that enables them to explore God’s call on their lives and the relevance of faith to their work.

Endeavour Central Branding V2.1Endeavour Central is an informal meeting with an inspiring blend of hospitality, community, music and guest speakers looking at an aspect of the bible’s teaching.
When: 6.00pm to 7.30pm. Monthly – Wednesday evening
Where: St Anns Church, St Anns Square M2 7LF
Cost: Free. Just turn up. Any questions please email Pete

Wed 13th September:  ‘Breaking Point’ Mark 4:35 – 41
Interview with Andrew Thorp, Chief Executive of Street Soccer Academy and Life Fit
Talk by Pete Horlock, Director of Ministry 2 Business

Download: Endeavour Central Flyer Sept 2017

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The Reason For God is a discussion set around dinner, looking at the common objections to the Christian faith. The format is simple: a meal, a DVD that introduces the topic and then open conversation. You can take part in as much or as little as you’d like.
When: 6.30pm to 8.00pm
Where: The Boardroom, Albert Square Chop House, 14 Albert Square, M2 5PF
Cost: Free. Guest places are limited so please register your interest by email to Pete Horlock

Next Discussion Date & Topic: To be announced

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