Fellaship - Men's Group
Men’s breakfast – Saturday May 25th 8.00 – 10.00
AN INNOCENT MAN BRANDED A KILLER.
“EXTREMLY DISTURBING” – The Lord Chief Justice – Lord Lane
Noel has asked that we each invite a friend who is not yet a believer to come and hear his life changing story
Noel Fellowes served as a Police Constable in the Lancashire Constabulary. Shortly after his resignation, he was arrested, charged and convicted of the murder of a man he had never met. Noel spent nearly five years in prison, protesting his innocence and embarked upon illegal drug use. He suffered much intimidation and violence during those years. Upon release, he was best described as a multi-damaged person. Noel continued his life of substance abuse, trying to medicate the pain, hatred, embitterment and injustice. Four years after his release from prison, he surrendered his life to the Lord Jesus Christ. During the next seven years, God took Noel through a process of supernatural healing and restoration.
Currently, Noel is using his extensive knowledge and experience on three fronts, Leading 3C Community Church, managing Homeless projects, and life-management programmes.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up via the board at church. Feel free to bring friends or neighbours to an amazing speaker. Suggested minimum donation £5.00 each (We need to know numbers by Thursday 23rd for catering purposes.)
Listen again to previous speakers
- Simon Allaby - “As good as it gets?
- Terry Brown of Prison Fellowship
- Simon Guillebaud - Simon is a renowned international speaker
- Jean-Louis - LCM
- Matt - 7 years in Pakistan: Understanding Islam & Loving your 'Enemies'
- Levi Santana - Does God have a Plan B?
- Shaun Lambert - Getting Sorted
- James Beaton – “Fit to Lead”
- Robin Oake QPM. MBE
- Colonel Robbie Hall QGM - “A Difficult Day at Work”
- Stephen Martin
- Justyn Rees Larcombe
- David McDougall
- Rick Woodward
- Peter Gladwin - Out of the Ashes
- Paul Valler – Author of 'Get a Life'
Fellaship is a men's group run by the men of Christ Church that focuses on enjoying activities and exploring topical and relevant issues that connect with men's lives today. It aims to build friendship and faith in a relaxed and informal atmosphere of social activities and get-togethers.
One of the great strengths of fellaship is its diversity of membership, with its common foundation of men experiencing similarly demanding lifestyles. It meets for breakfast on a Saturday morning on alternate months, with a varied programme of social events and meetings. We also have a monthly Bible Study and Discussion Group. Over the last few months we have enjoyed curries, quizzes and speakers on a wide variety of topics. Anyone wanting to get involved in fellaship or just wanting to keep up with what's going on, should contact email@example.com or Alan Dye via the Church Office.