Peterborough Theological Society Meeting - 28th November
Revd Chris Duffett, City Centre Chaplain, author, prophetic artist, and evangelist with The Light Project will be the guest speaker at the next meeting of the Peterborough Theological Society on a topic of The novel as Biblical exegesis
Wednesday 28th November
Friends Meeting House, Thorpe Road, Peterborough, PE3 6AB
7.30pm with a break for refreshments at 8.30pm
Chris's passion is evangelism and art. He is a Baptist minister and founder of The Light Project, a growing network of people who exist to reveal Jesus and train others in theology and evangelism.
Chris served as President of the Baptist Union 2012- 2013 where he encouraged as many churches as possible to be Big Hearted enough to reach out to those around them with the good news of Jesus. Chris work's for The Light Project full time and this involves serving as the city centre chaplain in Peterborough, a mission enabler for some Churches and co-running lighthouse café. Chris is also involved in his local church in Cambourne.
Chris has written a number of books, the most recent being Philip, a novel.
Following the talk their will be a time of discussion with the speaker ending by approx. 9.15pm
Peterborough Theological Society
The Peterborough Theological Society is an ecumenical society, open to anyone, which aims to provide a platform for theological debate which is challenging both to the lay person and to those with theological training.
Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm. There are no meetings in July, August or December.
The annual subscriptions are:
£20 for an individual member
or £30 for couples or families
or £10 for unwaged students.
Attendance at individual meetings is £4
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