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The Ignite Course is a course run in partnership between the Pioneer Connexion and The Methodist Church. From September 2016 it will be running at Prudhoe Methodist Church on Tuesday Evenings.

Ignite is where disciples are made and leaders are raised. It is a journey for men and women of all ages and backgrounds who have a passion to encounter the love of God, grow in their relationship with Him, and be equipped and empowered to impact their world with the good news of Jesus.

Ignite is built on 3 key pillars:

  • Who is God?
  • Who am I?
  • What am I called to?

    To find out more about Ignite you can watch the video on the right or visit the Ignite website www.ignite365.org

    If you would like to take part in Ignite please contact Rev. Jenny Pryde by phone (01661 833869) or email (prydejennym@gmail.com) by 15th August.

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