Developing a Culture of Invitation

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On Saturday 17th November 7pm at Guisborough Methodist Church, Michael will help us think about developing a welcoming church into a welcoming and inviting church.

An opportunity to share with Michael and develop our culture of invitation

Michael Harvey is married to Eike and they have three adult children Ben, Kirsty and Lydia and one grandchild, Phoebe.

In 2004, Back to Church Sunday was birthed and Michael started to work with churches throughout the UK and eventually throughout the English speaking world and to his surprise started to notice a healing component in mission. He has spoken to thousands of church leaders in his Seminars and has to date seen hundreds of thousands of Christians mobilise to invite resulting in 1 million+ accepted invitations. He launched the first National Weekend of Invitation in June 2018. He is author of the books Unlocking the Growth and Creating a Culture of Invitation. He is an itinerant speaker and has a ministry across 18 countries and 5 continents.

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