The Evangelion 2016 conference will be held on April 28-30 at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, PA. The theme of the conference is ‘Expressing Evangelical Identity in the Episcopal Church’. You can register for the conference here.
Our plenary speakers are soon-to-be-retiring Trinity Dean and President the Very Rev. Dr. Justyn Terry, the Venerable David Collum, former Dean of the Cathedral of All Saints and Archdeacon of Albany Diocese, and the Rev. Canon Dr. Justin S. Holcomb, Canon for Vocations in the Diocese of Central Florida.
Thursday, April 28th
12:00pm Lunch will be available in the Trinity School for Ministry dining hall. (Cost is $5 payable at door.)
1:30pm Check-in for conference opens.
3:00pm Conference welcome from The Rt. Rev. Dorsey McConnell, Bishop of Pittsburgh
First Plenary Session: The Very Rev. Dr. Justyn Terry, The Case for Evangelical Anglicanism
4:30pm Student led Evening Prayer at Trinity School for Ministry’s Chapel
5:00pm Pizza and salad dinner. What’s it like where you are at? Discussion led by Rev. Dr. Jady Koch
Friday, April 29th
8:30am Morning Prayer: Homilist, Dr. Wesley Hill
9:15am Second Plenary Session: The Very Rev. David Collum
10:45am First Workshop Session: Zachary Neubauer 8 Convictions for Parish Ministry
Noon Lunch and discussion.
2:15pm Third Plenary Session: The Rev. Canon Dr. Justin Holcomb
3:45pm Second Workshop Session: The Very Rev. David Collum
5:00pm Evening Prayer: Homilist, Rev. Dr. Bruce Robison
6:00pm Dinner. With discussion groups about various topics meeting at local restaurants.
Saturday, April 30th
9:00am Bible Study led by Rev. Dr. Philip Wainwright
9:30am Fourth Plenary Session: The Very Rev. David Collum
11:00am Third Workshop Session: Where Do We Go From Here?
Noon Prayer and Dismissal
Evangelicals in the Episcopal Church are invited to St Stephen’s, Delmar NY, April 24-26, for the first national gathering of Anglican Evangelicals for some years. The theme is Evangelical Identity in the Episcopal Church, and the keynote speaker will be Lee Gattis, Director of Church Society, which has been supporting and encouraging evangelical ministry in the Church of England for almost 200 years. Many of the great names of Anglican evangelical history are associated with the Society, including Bishop J C Ryle, W H Griffith-Thomas, Philip Hughes and J I Packer. Lee has been Director of the society since 2013.
Other speakers are Thomas Isham, author of A Born Again Episcopalian: The Evangelical Witness of Charles Pettit McIlvaine, and the Revd Dr Philip Wainwright, author of Biblical Reasons for Staying in the Episcopal Church. Workshops will also be offered on a variety of subjects. More details can be found at http://www.evangeliontec.org/conference-2015.html. Details of the talks will be posted on this blog as they become available. Save the dates!
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