Radical Evangelicalism: The Legacy of John Stott
Thu 15 Jun at 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm
St Andrew’s Eaton, Norwich, NR4 6NW
An evening hosted by the Norwich Diocesan Evangelical Fellowship, but open to all, reflecting on the legacy of John Stott.
The Revd Dr Chris Wright, Global Ambassador of Langham Partnership, will help us to reflect on what John Stott’s legacy can teach us as evangelicals and what can unite us across our tribes. All are welcome, whether lay or ordained. Tickets are £5 and can be booked via this link.
The Revd Dr Chris Wright was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He completed a doctorate in Old Testament Economic Ethics at Cambridge and then served as an Assistant Pastor at the Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul in Kent. He has then gone on to a number of significant teaching and leadership roles including teaching at Union Bible Seminary in India, time as Principal of All Nations Christian College training people for cross-cultural mission, and Chair of the Lausanne Theology Working Group. He was appointed International Director of Langham Partnership in 2001, a group of ministries founded by John Stott to strengthen the Evangelical Church by providing resources and training. He has been their Global Ambassador since 2021. He and his wife Liz attend All Souls, Langham Place where Chris preaches as part of the staff team. They have four children and 11 grandchildren.
The event starts at 7.30pm but doors open at 7pm.
Parking is available on the street or up to three hours at Waitrose.