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Being and Making Disciples in Today’s World

September 21 - September 23

ABOUT

The Saint John-Kings Association of Baptist Churches, The Association Missions Committee, and Acadia Divinity College are pleased to announce a very special event in the Saint John area on the weekend of September 21-23, 2018, designed to assist us in the mission we undertake together. The event will feature three members of the ADC Faculty, various members of Short-Term Mission Teams, and opportunities for Worship and Fellowship.

The theme for the weekend is: “Being and Making Disciples in Today’s World” and will seek to address the problems inherent in adapting to the Post-Christian culture in which we now live. Guest speakers who will address this topic are the Rev. Dr. Harry Gardner, the Rev. Dr. Anna Robbins, and the Rev. Dr. Stuart Blythe.

SPEAKERS

Dr. Stuart Blythe
John Gladstone Associate Professor of Preaching and Worship
Director of Doctoral Studies
Dean, The Sarah Daley Nickerson Chapel
Dr. Anna Robbins
Dr. Millard R. Cherry Professor of Theology, Ethics and Culture
Vice-President
Director of Andrew D. MacRae Centre for Christian Faith and Culture
Dr. Harry Gardner
President and Dean of Theology
Abner J. Langley and Harold L. Mitton Professor of Church Leadership

SCHEDULE

Friday, September 21, 2018

ADC Friends and Alumni Supper
Lancaster Baptist Church – 5:30 pm gathering time, 6:00 pm supper
The 2018-2019 year marks the 50th anniversary of Acadia Divinity College. Come and enjoy an evening of food and fellowship as we thank the Lord for all He has done through our seminary. Hear an update on the College as well as plans for its future. The meal is our gift to you. There will be an opportunity to support the ongoing work of the College. Registration Required.
 Register

 

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Being and Making Disciples In Today’s World
Forest Hills Baptist Church – 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Join us for a forum and discussion as we wrestle with ‘being and making disciples in today’s world’. Be challenged by guest speakers from Acadia Divinity College. Gather in small groups to apply the material to your unique context. Be refreshed through times of worship and fellowship. Lunch is provided.  No Registration Required

 

Sunday, September 23, 2018

Morning Worship Services
Four Local Churches – Various Times
Our guests from ADC will speak at the Morning Worship Services of four churches throughout the area.
Please check with the individual churches for service times.

RiverCross Church: Dr. Anna Robbins
Forest Hills Baptist Church: Dr. Stuart Blythe
Lancaster Baptist Church: Dr. Harry Gardner
Kennebecasis Baptist Church: Rev. John Campbell

Missions Fellowship Gathering
Norton United Baptist Church – 6:30 pm
The Saint John–Kings Association will sponsor a fellowship gathering at the Norton United Baptist Church at 6:30 pm.  At this event three Missions teams who have completed Short-Term Mission Trips to Uganda, Thailand and the Philippines will share a report on their experiences and impressions. No Registration Required

Details

Start:
September 21
End:
September 23
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Venue

Forest Hills United Baptist Church
36 Mountain Rd
Saint John, NB E2J 2X1 Canada
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Phone:
(506) 633-7515
Website:
http://fhb.church/