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Kingdom Theology Event

  • All Saints' Woodford Wells Inmans Row Woodford Green, England, IG8 United Kingdom (map)

WTC Explore provides you with the opportunity to go deeper into the Bible, grow in your faith and integrate quality teaching with life in the Spirit.

Theme: Living the Kingdom Difference

Jesus began his public ministry preaching the message that the Kingdom of God was near, requiring a response from his hearers. And when his disciples asked him how to pray he taught them to pray, ‘Your kingdom come...’ The reality of God’s Kingdom coming to the earth in Jesus is central to the gospel message and to a life of discipleship, and yet what it actually means for the church and the world is not always central to our thinking. WTC and All Saints Woodford Wells are hosting an evening of inspiring and challenging talks from leading practitioners and thinkers, worship, and discussion, exploring the radical difference that kingdom life can make in concrete ways all around us.

Come and be inspired and empowered for the difference you can make to the world around you.

Speaker: Dr Lucy Peppiatt

Lucy has bachelor’s degrees in both English and Theology. She completed her MA in Systematic Theology at King’s College, London, and her PhD through the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. Lucy’s research interests are Christ and the Spirit, Charismatic theology, discipleship, and 1 Corinthians. She and her husband, Nick Crawley, lead Crossnet Anglican Church in Bristol. They have four sons.

Plus input from Paul Williams (CEO Bible Society), Andy Flanagan (Director of Christians in Politics), Patrick Regan OBE (CEO Kintsugi Hope and XLP) Danny Webster (Advocacy and Media Manager for Evangelical Alliance)

Where and When

Venue: All Saints Woodford Wells, Inmans Row, Woodford, Woodford Green IG8 0NH

Date: 25th April 2018


6.45pm : Arrival, Registration and Coffee

7.00pm : Welcome

7.05pm : Worship

7.20pm : Opening Session: "Kingdom Values" - Lucy Peppiatt (Principal of WTC)

7.45pm : Bringing the Kingdom 1: "Kingdom and Business" - Paul Williams (CEO Bible Society)

8.05pm: WTC Presentation: Sam Pollard (NE London Hub Director)

8.10pm : Refreshment Break

8.20pm : Bringing the Kingdom 2: "Kingdom and Media" - Danny Webster (Advocacy and Media Manager for Evangelical Alliance)

8.40pm : Bringing the Kingdom 3: "Kingdom and Politics" - Andy Flanagan (Christians in Politics)

9.00pm : Bringing the Kingdom 4: "Kingdom among the Broken" - Patrick Regan OBE (XLP and Kintsugi Hope)

9:20pm: Panel & Q&A

9:45pm: Close

Cost & Booking

This event is free to attend.

Earlier Event: April 17
WTC Hub Open Evening