Date(s) - June 10, 2017
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Christ Covenant Church
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The Project 17:21 Conference brings Evangelicals & Catholics together to:
- Discover what we have in common and how we can build on that foundation “so the world may believe” (John 17:21).
- Discover the different gifts God has given to our two streams of Christianity and how sharing those gifts with each other enriches our experience of our Savior Jesus Christ!
- Discover how Evangelicals & Catholics can cooperate in our shared mission to the world
Come and hear Christian leaders who have brought Catholics and Evangelicals together in Christ in a ground-breaking project that started right here in Canada in 2011! And hear from University graduates–Catholics and Evangelicals–who worked and worshipped side by side while earning their degrees at Trinity Western University and Redeemer Pacific College in a unprecedented cooperative venture in higher education.
Speakers and topics include:
Dr. Gordon T. Smith: President, Ambrose College; “What Can Evangelicals Learn from Catholic Christians?”
Dr. Robert Stackpole, JPII Institute of Divine Mercy: “What Can Catholics Learn from Evangelical Christians?”
Dr. Harry Strauss, “Reasons for Evangelical/Catholic Dialogue” & leads the dialogue
Saturday, June 10th, 2017
Christ Covenant Church, 6866 Glover Rd. Langley BC
Doors Open (registration) 12 Noon
Conference: 1 pm to 5 pm
Ticket Price Include coffee and snacks at breaks
$15 in advance, $20 at the door
Tickets and more information: Project1721.org