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Saturday 29th September 2018
"The DNA of a Growing Church"
COMMUNITY OF WORSHIPPING DISCIPLES ON MISSION
With reference to
'The Five Practices of Fruitful Congregations'
by Robert Schnase,
ROGER PREECE, Archdeacon of St Helens and Warrington, will teach some fundamental principles of church growth whilst describing his own experience of helping churches become a community of worshipping disciples on mission.

Time: 10:00am — 3:00pm At: Kingsleigh Methodist Church
(Please bring a packed lunch. Tea/coffee available)

For further enquiries, please call the Church Office on 01942 674542 or email: admin@leighandhindley.org.uk

Roger Preece
Roger is Archdeacon in Liverpool Diocese for St Helens and Warrington responsible for developing leadership and discipleship across his area.
He was formerly Vicar of Bowdon in Chester Diocese. Prior to ordination he worked in financial markets and consultancy. One of his roles was to oversee the training and learning for Capco, helping consultants develop their business and personal skills. He is also chair of the board of St Rocco's Hospice. He lives in Warrington and is married to Catherine. He loves running and all things to do with Saab cars.

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