When Faith Gets Shaken Tour coming to Peterborough
Date:
22nd March 2017
Time:
19:30
Description:
When Faith Gets Shaken Tour coming to Peterborough
Whenfaithgetsshaken
For one night only, Patrick Regan OBE will be coming to explore themes from his latest book whilst song writer Andy Flannagan will be performing songs from his highly successful album.

When: Wednesday March 22nd
Where: Bretton Baptist Church. Copeland, PE3 6YJ
Time: 7.30pm

A fantastic opportunity to join Patrick Regan OBE and singer song-writer Andy Flannagan on this limited date tour.

Patrick will be exploring themes from his latest book ‘When Faith is Shaken’, and Andy will be performing some of the songs from his highly successful album: ‘Drowning in the Shallow’.

This will be an evening that will leave you feeling challenged, refreshed and inspired.

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About Patrick

Patrick Regan OBE is the founder and CEO of urban youth work charity XLP. Founded in 1996 in response to a stabbing in a local school playground, the charity now works with over 1800 children and young people on a 1-2-1 and small group basis per week.

XLP is working to create positive futures for young people and make a serious and sustainable impact on poverty and educational failure. Patrick has travelled to over thirty countries working with and on behalf of the poorest communities and is a regular contributor on radio and TV on issues of poverty and justice.

He received the Mayor of London Peace Award in 2010 for his valuable contribution towards peace and justice. Patrick was awarded an Honorary Fellowship from London South Bank University in 2016 for his contribution to peace and social justice.

Patrick is a passionate communicator and feels at home on the main stage at a major UK political party conference, engaging in robust debate in the media, connecting with business and community leaders, speaking to inmates in a maximum security prison or gang leaders in Jamaica.

He is on the advisory board of The Centre for Social Justice and is a UK ambassador for Compassion. Patrick lives with his wife Diane and their four children.

 

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