The first week after Easter sees the popular Real Lives programme return to St Mary's. The week is packed with a series of relaxed chat-show style events, and offers the chance to hear people from all walks of life whose lives have been changed by Jesus Christ.
The events are a great way to invite friends to hear about Jesus in a relaxed atmosphere. Each interview will be followed by a short talk from our guest speaker, Glen Scrivener. The interviews will take place at lunchtimes as well as evenings, but venues do vary so please check the details.
Even if you can't find someone to bring along, please just come along to chat to others who are there. Flyers and posters are available after Sunday services and tickets can be purchased by clicking on the button below:
Confirmed speakers for the events:
- Katherine from Maidenhead, who will talk about suffering abuse in her childhood which lead to depression as an adult
- Jamie Henshall, a drug discovery scientist, will talk of being a Christian in the world of science
- James Shone, a former teacher, will speak of the shock discovery of a brain tumour, life-saving operations and living with impaired vision. He now heads up the charity 'I CAN and I AM' to inspire young people to have confidence in their abilities
- James Carey, comedy writer for the BBC will talk about being a Christian in the media and popular culture
- Debbie Flood, Olympic rower will talk about God's plan for her life; which has often been different from her own!
- Glen Scrivener will speak at all four main Sunday services and at a men's breakfast on the topic of "The Trouble With Freedom (And Why None of Us Have It)"