The East Anglia Hub was established in September 2010 based at Fountain of Life Church, Ashill. It started out of a vision for delivering significant high-quality charismatic training in the region, specifically for equipping and releasing leaders into ministry. Our hope is that local access to excellent Kingdom Theology and ministry training will encourage people called to both lay and ordained ministry to step out more purposefully into where God is leading them.
Our students have come from right across the region, such Cambridge, Colchester, Norwich, Peterborough, and Great Yarmouth. They have a diverse variety of life and work experience. Ranging from ordained ministers to youth workers to lay leaders and worship leaders to those leading in business and those with no leadership experience at all. In each case we have seen their study have a significant impact on their lives, and have seen so many examples of God transforming people, growing faith and releasing vision.
The East Anglia Hub meets on a Tuesday evening between 6 and 10pm.
Michael Jones is the Hub Director for East Anglia and has also been a student with WTC since 2010. Prior to that, he worked as part of a Learning and Development team; since then, he’s been engaged in church and community based work, and is currently seeking God’s guidance on what the future holds. He’s passionate about seeing the fullness of life that Jesus promised coming to fruition in people’s lives. Away from the busy-ness of life, he enjoys football, photography, philately and fell walking, as well as catching up with family and friends. He is based in Norfolk, married to Debby, with two adult children.
The East Anglia hub is based at The Well Christian Centre, just outside Ashill in Norfolk. It is the home of the Fountain of Life Church and is an ideal venue for inspiring and releasing both rural and urban ministry, as it is surrounded by miles of beautiful countryside and also is closely associated with the neighbouring towns of Watton, Swaffham and Dereham as well as having good links to Norwich and Kings Lynn.
Accessibility: We use three buildings on the site: two on the ground floor, with disabled toilets, and the third is accessed by either two steps or a ramp. If more information is required, please email
Transport is easiest by car, though there are also good bus links to Watton and Swaffham, from where you can get a taxi if necessary.