New Wine Men's Day - High Wycombe

New Wine Men's Day - High Wycombe

Saturday, November 4, 2017 - 9:30am to 4:00pm

ONLINE BOOKINGS NOW CLOSED. TICKETS AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR.

Description

IRON SHARPENS IRON:

Something very special happens when men gather together to celebrate our Heavenly Father and to hear one another’s stories and be encouraged in our faith.  Come and join us for a day of inspirational input, of relational encouragement, of faith building seminars and speakers, of uplifting worship.  Bring your mates, those of faith and those yet to find faith to a day which we hope will be very fruitful.

Our speakers on the day will be;

  • Nick Page
  • Nathan Blackaby
  • James Kennedy
  • Simon Dust
  • Tony Plews
  • Mark Melluish

Please select the following link to download more information about the day: Advance Information.

St Andrews High Wycombe - Hatters Lane, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP13 7NJ

Speakers

Mark Melluish

is New Wine's Assistant National Leader for the south and Head of Men's Ministry. He leads a family of churches from St Paul's, Ealing.

Nathan Blackaby

is the Executive Director of Ministry for the charity CVM (Christian Vision for Men).

Nick Page

Nick Page is author of over 70 books, including 'A Nearly Infallible History of the Reformation' and 'The Dark Night of the Shed'

James Kennedy

is Vicar of St Mary's Chipping Norton, and married with 4 children. Before being ordained in 2010, James used to work as a Surgeon

Rev Simon Dust

is Vicar of St Andrews Church, High Wycombe.

Mr Tony Plews

A Commercial Print Manager by day and a church-based youth leader by night, as well as captaining a thriving Boys' Brigade in Ealing

Pricing

  • Tickets are £22 each
  • Tickets will now be posted out on a daily basis in the form of a wristband. If your ticket(s) haven't arrived by the time you're due to leave for this event, please come straight to the New Wine Customer Services desk when you get to the venue and we'll reissue it for you.
  • A limited number of tickets will be available to purchase on the door (subject to availability), but please book online to avoid disappointment.

For more information, please see our FAQ's

Programme

Saturday 4 November
Doors open (coffee and pastries available) 08:45-09:30
Welcome and worship - Mark Melluish 09:30-10:00
Session One - Nick Page 10:00-11:00
Coffee break 11:00-11:30
Session Two - Nathan Blackaby/CVM 11:30-12:45
Lunch (not provided) 12:45-13:30
Worship 13:30-13:45
Session Three - Seminars - Men and Work (Tony Plews), Men and Faith (Simon Dust), Men and Relationships (Mark Melluish) 13:45-14:45
Break 14:45-15:00
Session Four - James Kennedy 15:00-16:00