Men's Breakfasts

We explore topical and relevant issues that connect with men's lives today from a Christian perspective. And we hope to stimulate our thinking about how to live as Christian men and to enable Christian men to successfully bridge the gap between faith and real life whether it is work, family or our pastimes and passions. We want men of all backgrounds who have not done so before to encounter the Christian faith in a welcoming, relevant and challenging way. Our mission is to help men develop their spiritual potential. We want to build friendships between men from varying church backgrounds - and none - from across Tynedale. We want to share faith, ideas and life experiences; to be mutually encouraging and enable all to grow spiritually. Please come along!

The next Perspectives Men’s Breakfast is on Saturday 27th April. Our speaker is Brian Armstrong, a farmer from Cumbria, where he is chairman of FCN (Farming Community Network) a voluntary organisation and charity that supports farmers and families within the farming community through difficult times. I am as usual attaching a poster and a few lines of text which you may (if I haven’t missed all your deadlines) be able to use in a newsletter or other publication. We do appreciate it if you are able to promote our meetings. This will be the last meeting in our 2018-2019 programme, but we plan to start a new series in September.

If you would like to come to any meeting, please send an email to, letting him know whether you would like a full English breakfast (£10) or a Continental breakfast (£8). Pay when you arrive.


‘Perspectives’ Men’s Breakfast, Saturday 27th  April, 8.30-9.45am at Vallum Tea Room (on the Military Road north of Corbridge). Cooked breakfast costs £10.

Title: 'Cultivating Change'

Speaker: Brian Armstrong is in partnership with his son in a sheep enterprise, after spending most of his life in a family mixed farming business.  He works as a livestock  valuer  Mutual and is also chairman of Farming Community Network in Cumbria.

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