(Churches and other groups: Instructions will be emailed to you the week beginning 20 September, as well as on 18 and 20 October. Depending on how early you register, you will receive these instructions multiple times.)
Wednesday 20 October 2021, 7:30-9:00pm (GMT +10 Australian Eastern Standard Time).
If you can’t tune in on the night, the event will be recorded, and everyone who has registered will have access to rewatch the video almost immediately after the event’s conclusion.
Via livestream only.
- Household licence (livestream): $10.
- Groups/churches licence (livestream): $60. (Please note: Under this licence, all members of the group may livestream the event from wherever they are.)
Community isn’t something that is static; it stretches through time, as culture is passed from one generation to another. The Bible has many commands about ensuring that its truth is passed on to the next generation. Yet as simple as this command is, the practice of raising up children and new leaders can cause great anxiety.
At this event, Paul Dudley, Chaplain at Shore School, and Mark Earngey, Head of Church History at Moore College, will give us some instruction about how we might work to raise the next generation in the Lord. Whether we are young or old, a parent or a friend, we need to take an interest in seeing the next generation of the church grow to be followers of Christ.
About our speakers
Paul Dudley is a chaplain at Shore School on the Lower North Shore of Sydney.
Mark Earngey is Head of Church History at Moore College. He also lectures in Christian doctrine.