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IGNITE Event - praise and outreach
The IGNITE team are hosting another praise and outreach music event in Inverness featuring the Ignite Event Band and teaching from Rev. Dominic Smart of Aberdeen
As a praise and outreach to the Highlands the Ignite team are hosting another music event in the Ironworks in Inverness.
Chris Dowling who is one of the organisers behind the event says:
"We are a group of 20 something's simply doing what we feel God has called us to do! We have a heart to see the church in the Highlands come together for the purpose we were created, to worship God!
We want Ignite to be a resource for the church of the Highlands. For the November date we are delighted to announce we will have Rev. Jim Turrent with us. Jim previously spent ten years at Culloden Baptist Church in Inverness and we are delighted to be able to welcome him back to the city."
The event is scheduled for:
Saturday, 5 March, 2011
the Ironworks, Academy Street, Inverness
Speaker: Rev. Dominic Smart
Tickets for Ignite cost £2 (adult / £1 under 16s) and are available from the Ironworks box office. (Bookings made by credit or debit card incur a booking fee.)
The all-seater event has a maximum capacity of 500 and on previous occasions tickets have sold out in advance.
For Group Bookings contact either: David Eglinton (07720 57.522) or Chris Dowling (07919.066.139)
Further information can be found at the IGNITE website.
Dominic Smart was born in Yorkshire but has lived in Scotland since 1979 and has been the Minister at Gilcomston since 1998. He was previously a Minister in Dundee. He is a regular speaker at conferences such as the Keswick Convention as well at universities and other venues. He is a visiting lecturer at the Highland Theological College.
Dominic and his wife Marjorie have four children, a dog and two cats. He became a Christian in 1973 after a gospel meeting in Bradford City football ground, and for many years was involved in United Beach Missions. He has written several books, including When We Get It Wrong, on failure; Grace, Faith and Glory, on the Bible's antidotes to legalism; and Kingdom Builders and Kingdom Growth on the book of Acts (all published by Authentic Media), 40 Days with Jesus and 40 Days with David (published by Christian Focus Publications). He likes jazz music and Indian food and roasts his own coffee (yes, he's hooked!)
IGNITE Team, 21/02/2011