St Barnabas Kensington, London
23 Addison Road, W14 8LH
‘…the Gospel shall not be thus confined. It shall be preached freely unto all the world’ proclaimed Martin Luther on Ascension Day, 1523.
Shortly after Luther gave this sermon, the Reformation took hold of Europe. A handful of pastors and writers across northern Europe were gripped afresh by deep gospel truths and the Church reclaimed her vision for mission. In France alone, it took just 20 years for the number of Reformed congregations to rise from five to over 2,000.
At this event, we will explore how the rediscovery of God’s love and forgiveness in the Bible once fuelled the Church’s mission and how, today, it should do the same.
The event will include two plenaries from Michael Reeves, plus news and updates from Crosslinks workers across the globe. Tickets cost just £10 per person, £8 for Crosslinks Members and Friends and £6 for students. Lunch and refreshments are included.
Book your place today at the bottom of this page.
Order of the day
10.00-10.30 Arrival and refreshments
10.30-12.00 Session 1: Michael Reeves
11.30-11.50 Coffee break
11.50-12.00 Session 2: News and stories from Crosslinks gospel workers across the globe
13.45-14.45 Session 3: News and stories from Crosslinks gospel workers across the globe
14.45-15.30 Session 4: Michael Reeves
Opportunities and Resources
There will be many chances throughout the day to hear about opportunities that Crosslinks has to offer. Staff will be available to discuss these opportunities or to chat about how you could be more involved in mission yourself or with your church.
We will also provide a bookstall alongside free resources in your welcome pack.
To find out more or to discuss travel plans, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. St Barnabas Church is a short walk from High Street Kensington tube station (Circle, District) or Kensington (Olympia) (Overground, Southern). Parking is limited in the church car park but there are spaces to park in the local area.