The Latimer Fellowship run events aimed at encouraging and equipping Evangelical Anglicans in New Zealand. These events include conferences, lunches, public lectures and retreats.
Second Latimer Lunch for 2017
Rev. Mark Hood, Vicar of St. Christopher’s Avonhead, is continuing a series on Reformation heroes and their continuing value for today.
In our upcoming lunch, we will consider Bishop Hugh Latimer’s labours: ‘Bringing ordinary folks to the obedience of faith through preaching God’s word.’
Please register below if you are attending, for catering purposes.
When: Friday 16 June, 12:15pm – 1:45pm
Where: St Nicholas Anglican Church hall – corner of Barrington St and Milton St, Christchurch
William Orange Memorial Lecture 2017
Why the Reformation still matters
Mark Thompson, Principal of Moore College in Sydney, will be speaking on ‘Why the Reformation Still matters’ for this year’s William Orange Memorial Lecture.
Mark has been Principal of Moore College since May 2013. He has been teaching doctrine there since 1991 and is the head of the Theology, Philosophy and Ethics department. His research interests include the doctrines of Scripture, Christ, and justification by faith, as well as Martin Luther and the reformation. Mark is married to Kathryn and they have four daughters.
When: Saturday 19 August
Time: 8am to 9:30am – 8am for breakfast, 8:30am for lecture
Where: St Christopher’s Anglican Church, 244 Avonhead Road, Avonhead
Donation: $5 at the door
When: Sunday 20 August
Where: St. Margaret’s Anglican Church, 102 Hillsborough Road, Hillsborough
Donation: Gold coin at the door