Day Conference, with Ed Stetzer

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A day for church leaders and teams, 
with church planting expert Ed Stetzer.

The gospel hasn’t changed.  People still need Jesus.  Our task hasn’t changed. We must reach them.

But London keeps changing.  So do our churches. And so have our plans. 

It isn’t 2020 any more. 

We need to rethink our unchanging task in a fast- changing city. So join Dr Ed Stetzer and other speakers for a day to challenge, inspire, and motivate. https://bit.ly/3Sz4IE3

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Ed Stetzer is one of the leading global experts on evangelism and church planting, and we are privileged to host him on a rare UK visit. He is professor and dean at Wheaton College, where he also serves as Executive Director of the Wheaton College Billy Graham Center. He is an experienced church planter and pastor,  has written a dozen books, and has a hugely influential podcast.  You can find out more about Ed, here

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Other speakers will include Jason Roach, Director of Ministries at London City Mission, Andy Frost, Chair of the London Mission Collective and Share Jesus International, and Helen Shannon from the Centre for Church Multiplication, and so this will be a day where you can learn, share, pray, and even start to imagine once again how we can reach the least, the last, the lost of London.

Come with a group of your leaders, or on your own, and enjoy fellowship, worship, teaching, and encouragement for the gospel task.

Saturday Nov 19, at St James, Muswell Hill (N10 3DB), 10-4.  Cost £10 per person, including refreshments but bring your own lunch.https://bit.ly/3Sz4IE3

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