Bringing God’s Kingdom to your community

1 November 2019

Andrea Williams invites you to Christian Concern’s annual gathering, on Saturday 23rd November in central London.

There are many challenges to Christian truth and witness in society. But God is on the throne, and across the country the gospel of Jesus is bringing eternal hope, transforming individuals and changing communities!

And as we see what God is doing, we’re spurred on to pray and act.

At our ‘Bringing Hope’ event on Saturday 23rd November, we’ll be highlighting how gospel witness at the national level links with gospel witness at the local level. We’ll be learning together, praying together, and rejoicing in the God of hope.

Christian Concern’s ministry is helping to create and protect opportunities to bring real hope to individuals and communities. Come and find out how we’re making a difference, and how you can too. It will be an encouraging day of equipping, rejoicing and praying together.

Join us as we learn from those who are bringing real hope by helping to tackle:

– Gang and knife crime
– Sexualisation in society and schools
– Community deprivation

Join us as we give thanks to God for all that He is doing.

Join us as we lift our nation before God and join together in corporate prayer.

Speakers include the evangelist and author Rev. Canon J. John; Christian Concern co-founder, Pastor Ade Omooba MBE; founder and chief executive of Gangsline, Sheldon Thomas; and Christian Concern’s Chief Executive Andrea Williams.

There’ll be testimonies, seminars, prayer-time, inspiring teaching and opportunities to get involved.

You’ll also have the chance to meet our team and hear inspiring stories from Christians we’ve helped.

You won’t want to miss it – and neither will your friends and family, so why not buy them a ticket and bring them along?

Find out more and book your place today

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