Invitation to Rev Dr John Stott Centennial Celebration | November 8, 12, 19 – 2021 誠邀閣下出席2021年11月8、12和19日舉行的斯托得牧師百年冥辰紀念
Live Streaming YouTube Links:
Nov 12: https://youtu.be/8jmrNvaVk68
Nov 19: https://youtu.be/V1IW9xvvUq8
2021 marks 100 years since the birth of John Stott, preacher, evangelist, expositor of Scripture. No one has had as much of an impact on raising the standard of biblical teaching around the world as John Stott — a pastor to pastors, a servant of the global church, and a friend to all those who knew him as “Uncle John”.
Langham Foundation would like to invite you for a special Rev Dr John Stott Centennial Celebration at the Life Centre Auditorium of St Andrew’s Church for three evenings on 8, 12, 19 November, 2021 7:30-9:30p.m.
During the two-hour celebration each evening, you will hear from a number of Langham Scholars, eminent theologians and church leaders sharing with us how Uncle John’s vision has made a lasting impact on what they do in their ministries and churches where they have been serving. The first session on 8 November and last session on 19 November will be conducted in Cantonese with the session on 12 November in English. For details, please refer to the enclosed poster.
As seating capacity may be limited, please register your attendance as early as possible. You can click HERE or scan the QR code on the poster to register online. Alternatively, you may fill in the registration form at the bottom of this message and email it to email@example.com . We will register for you. A confirmation email with the ticket QR codes will be sent to you. Kindly present the ticket QR code at each session for check-in.
Since this event is open to all, please circulate the email to your church friends, fellowship or Bible study groups and colleagues as well as anyone who is interested.
If you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact Langham Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you in celebrating Uncle John’s legacy and giving thanks to our Lord for his gift to the Church.
Blessings in Christ,