Hope in the Main Street
Rev. Rob Cotton demonstrates how we can effectively bring the good news to our towns and cities.
About the Author
Rob Cotton, author of Hope in the Main Street will be speaking at an event at Steep Turnpike Evangelical church in Matlock.Come along at 7 p.m on Wednesday 1st May and be inspired as Rob shares his passion for local churches to become active in their...read more
Author Rob Cotton will attend a book launch at Lymm Methodist church for his inspiring book ‘Hope in the Main Street’ this weekend.read more
Review of Lizzie White’s 26 Years to Eternity in Woman Alive Book Club column promises ‘it will touch your heart like it did mine’.read more
The local launch of the book Hope in the Main Street will be held on Friday 5th October, 2018 at Whiston Village Hall, at 7.30 pm. Come along to get your signed copy of the book and hear the band present “Our Life in Music”.read more
Over 150 retailers and authors received a copy of Rob Cotton’s book, Hope in the Main Street, at the Christian Resources Together 2018 retreat.read more
If you are attending the Congleton Bible Weekend this year, don't miss the opportunity to hear Rob Cotton, author of Hope in the Main Street, sharing the testimony behind his book. What? Rev Ian Coffey will be the speaker, taking as his theme,...read more
Endorsements and Reviews
Andy Hawthorne OBE, The Message Trust
Freddie Kofi, Singer / Songwriter
Loraine Mellor, Methodist Conference 2017-2018
Andrew Lunn, Manchester and Stockport Methodist District
Rt. Rev. Bishop Mike Hill, Bishop of Bristol
In the Media
“Get a copy of this book. Read it. Talk about it. Pray about it. Be inspired. And then go out and do it.” – Rev. Dr Adrian Burton, The Methodist Recorder
The successful launch took place at the Knutsford Heritage Centre with Lord Lieutenant David Briggs, Tatton MP Esther McVey and Cllr Andrew Malloy, Knutsford’s deputy mayor as key speakers.
Rev. Rob Cotton will be discussing his recently published book, Hope in the Main Street, during an interview with Ruth O'Reilly from 11.00 to 12.00. About 'Hope in the Main Street' Rev. Rob Cotton demonstrates how our churches can...
The Knutsford Guardian reported that “Rev. Cotton is known as being passionate about mobilising the church to meet needs in local communities and to bring hope into the lives of individuals.”