OUR FORTHCOMING MEETINGS

From September 2021 we have started meeting together again at live face-to-face  meetings with real breakfasts to eat and real visiting speakers to listen to!

Sadly our November meeting was blown out by Storm Arwen, and more Covid wave led to cancellation when it was re-arranged in December. 

We will continue to follow recommended practice for Covid safety, as well as any requests made by our venue hosts.  See below for details of our next meeting.  More have been planned for the first part of 2022.

Breakfast costs £10 (Full English) or £8 (Continental)

Please book by contacting Jonathan Fawdry.

(You can use our Contact Page.)

Saturday, January 29th, The Errington Coffee House

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SIMON TUSTIN
WORKING IN CONFLICT

Born into an Army family, Simon became a Christian while an officer cadet at Sandhurst – helped by the witness of a fellow officer cadet.

After joining the Royal Tank Regiment, Simon’s service included postings to three conflict zones: Northern Ireland during the Troubles, the Congo and Iraq.

On leaving the Army, he taught history in schools in Bedfordshire and Cambridge. In 2020 he joined Anglican International Development (AID) where he is involved in projects in conflict-affected areas in South Sudan, Uganda and Kenya. AID’s work is about transforming lives for eternity through the good news of Jesus Christ, and by providing practical help for people in serious need.

Simon is married to Francine and they live in Cambridgeshire.

We meet from 8.15 for 8.30, at The Errington Coffee House, on the A68 north of Corbridge at the B6318 (Military Road) roundabout.  There is parking, but please lift-share if possible as space may be limited. Please bring a mask or face-covering: The Errington asks customers to wear this until seated.  (This advice will change if government regulations change.)

We finish before 10am.

Saturday, February 26th, The Errington Coffee House

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PETE JORYSZ
FROM PLANNER TO PASTOR

Pete grew up in Leeds, and following university in 1989 worked in London and the south-east as a planning officer and planning consultant, moving back to Leeds in 1995.

He then went to London Bible College to do his theology degree, leaving his career in 2012 to train for ministry at Moortown Baptist Church in Leeds.

He moved to the Tyne Valley in 2015 to join Stocksfield Baptist Church as minister. Pete is married to Steph and enjoys mountain walking, electronic music, science fiction and good food (especially breakfasts)!

We meet from 8.15 for 8.30, at The Errington Coffee House, on the A68 north of Corbridge at the B6318 (Military Road) roundabout.  There is parking, but please lift-share if possible as space may be limited. Please bring a mask or face-covering: The Errington asks customers to wear this until seated.  (This advice will change if government regulations change.)

We finish before 10am.