HEALING ~ with Jo Fothergill
called and commissioned to heal
In the 3rd and final meeting of our 2017 On The Road series we will be joining with the fellowship of St John’s Poole. St John the Evangelist is the Church of England parish church of Heatherlands parish, Parkstone. Nowadays, it is simply known as St John’s.
Our keynote speaker for the evening will be Jo Fothergill (pictured right) of the Filling Station Trust. Jo oversees evangelism opportunities at the Trust and is married to Director Richard Fothergill.
From City to City…
Jo was a Stockbroker in the City before going into full time Christian ministry with Richard. The year they married they moved to the city of Bristol to train for ministry. Then when Richard was ordained they moved to East Twickenham where he was to have his first curacy.
In 1997 they moved to city of Cape Town to plant a new church in a warehouse. The Warehouse grew exponentially over the 6 years they were there and grew to over 500 active members. They returned to the UK in 2003 to work on a new project in Bristol called ‘Crossnet‘, this new expression of church, which they ran with Nick Crawley, has gone on to become a thriving Christian community. (read more)
Today Richard, Jo and Nick still work together as directors of the national Filling Station Trust with Richard taking the lead. Further to heading up the opportunities for Evangelism, Jo also heads up the ‘mercy mission’ side of the Trust. She will be speaking on Healing at St John’s as she is convinced that as Spirit filled Christians we are called and commissioned to heal in Jesus name. (read more Who is: Jo Fothergill?)
We hope that you will be able to join us at this final celebration event for 2017.
See you there.
For a FULL explanation of events and links to venues, maps and facts and profiles please see:
- You can find out more about Jo, who she is and how she became the women of God she is in the article: Who is Jo Fothergill?
Date & Time:
- 30th November 2017 @ *7:30 pm ~ 9:30 pm
- *Doors open at 7:00 pm with free refreshments
St John’s Church
378a Ashley Road