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Ordination service for Mark 

Chester Road Baptist Church in Sutton Coldfield held an ordination service for its former minister-in-training Mark Francis-Green recently

Mark Francis GreenMark felt a call to ministry in 2011 and with the support of the church and Heart of England Baptist Association (HEBA), he became our Minister-in-Training and attended Bristol Baptist College. 

The culmination of his studies took place earlier this month (7 May) when he was ordained by the Revd David Ellis, a HEBA Regional Minister. Not only is Mark now an ordained minister, but he is leading a successful church plant in Castle Vale, which is also in the West Midlands.

Chester Road Baptist Church wishes Mark every success in his new ministry.
 

Peter Vincent, Deacon, Chester Road Baptist Church

  

Baptist Times, 22/05/2016
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