03:30AM, Wednesday 14 May 2014
St Mary's Church will host a series of evenings with six guest speakers from a variety of backgrounds telling tales of their past.
The line-up includes ex-West Brom and England footballer Cyrille Regis, BBC reporter Karnie Sharp who grew up in a Hindu family during the apartheid in South Africa and reformed UVF terrorist Billie McCurrie.
Former anorexic Emma Scrivener; Jeremy Marshall, chief executive of Britain's oldest bank and John Mosey, who lost his daughter in the Lockerbie plane crash, will also talk about their experiences.
The interviews will be conducted by visiting preacher Roger Carswell for the week which runs between Monday, June 2 and Sunday, June 8, at the church in St Mary's Close, just off Maidenhead High Street.
Each 'Real Lives' evening will run between 7.30-9.30pm with tickets £2.50, available from the church office or on the door.
The church said the story of each guest will be one where 'Jesus Christ has played a leading and transforming role'.Click here for more details.
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