Saturday 6th April
7.00 – 9.30pm (7.30 start)
Bassendean Presbyterian Church
14 Broadway, Bassendean
Cost: $20 or $10 for students and concessions, under 18s FREE
Stuart will speak about Christ’s work since the first fleet, and the effects of social transformation in Australia through evangelicals.
Guests will also be inspired and encouraged to continue and expand Christ’s work today.
Among the speakers is Steve McKinnon, WA Coordinator of TEAR Australia and John Mayne, the State Director of Power to Change -- a university Christian movement that seeks to make it impossible for any West Australian to graduate without hearing and understanding the gospel.
The successful and miraculous arrival of the first fleet led by Christian evangelicals, in Botany Bay on 24 January 1788, inspired Rev Richard Johnson to preach the first Australian sermon from Psalm 116 ‘What shall I render unto the Lord for all His benefits toward me’. Christ’s work has continued through men and women of great courage, and today, hundreds of Christian groups like Murdoch Christian Union, and Red Frogs are proclaiming Him and establishing Godly culture.
When event is concluded, guests will be invited to stay on to meet Stuart, ask questions, and pray.
A light meal will be provided.
For an academic profile on Stuart Piggin: https://www.ac.edu.au/faculty-and-staff/stuart-piggin/