Posted date: 1 Apr 2019
STRENGTH IN WEAKNESS: NEW WINE MEN’S DAY LONDON
We’ll be in West London in May for a cracking men’s day.
The next New Wine men’s day takes place in Ealing on Saturday 11 May. The title is ‘Strength in Weakness’ and CVM will be there and are contributing to the programme. At the moment, tickets are available at a discounted rate (£17 until 12 April) and there’s also the option to order your lunch (pie & mash) with your booking.
Hosted by CVM’s Nathan Blackaby and New Wine's Mark Melluish, we will look at how we can find strength in our faith in Jesus to be the people we really are and not hide behind the masks we sometimes wear.
We will do this through story, testimony and teaching.
Gram Seed, Paul Bryant and Patrick Dixon, are the speakers at ‘Strength and Weakness’. They’ll take us from violence on the football terraces, where a certain strength was displayed but is now redeemed, to motorcycle racing! There'll even be some of Paul Bryant's racing bikes on display! Patrick Dixon, a futurologist and leading speaker to some of the world's largest and most powerful companies, will help us all think how we can use our faith to influence and shape society.
Join us for what will be an inspiring and faith-building day.
You can even order a pie & mash lunch if you want to!
Strength in Weakness Men’s Day
Saturday, May 11, 2019
9:00am - 4.00pm
St Paul's Church, Ealing, W13 9XW
Price: £17 each until 12 April (£22 from 13 April)
Pie & mash lunch: £5 (optional - available to order once your men’s day ticket has been booked)