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13/02/2016 by Chris Green

The speakers list keeps growing!  Spread the word

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London, October 12-15 2016 will see a unique gathering of missionaries, mission societies, pastors, theologians and church members, to think and pray about Mission in the Third Millennium.

Speakers will come from around the world, and will include:

From the US

  • George Verwer, the founder of Operation Mobilisation
  • Deborah Chapman, Mothers’ Union chaplain for the Diocese in Europe

From the UK

From Spain

  • Mariano Blazquez: Lawyer, Executive General Secretary of Federación de Entidades Religiosas de España (FEREDE) – Federation of Religious Entities of Spain

From Peru

From Germany

From Nigeria

From South Africa

The programme will include bible readings, plenary sessions, large and small seminars, and our singing will be led by Tom McConnell, and Heirs.

The evening sessions will be open to the public and we shall be joined by members of local churches around London.

Bookings will be open from the beginning of March through Eventbrite, and will include the options of hospitality and meals for overseas delegates or those coming from a long distance in the UK.

There will be Spanish/English translation available at all main sessions, and the plenaries will be recorded.

The venue will be St James Church, Muswell Hill, in North London.

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