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Open Lecture Programme: Resurrection – A Love Revolution


7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Luther King House

Luther King House
Brighton Grove
M14 5JP

The event of the resurrection of Jesus from the dead is a profound revelation of the love of God, which impacts and inspires the life of all those who seek to follow Jesus. Moreover, we’ll see how the resurrection is a revolution of love that discloses God’s version of power, subverts death, encourages equity, confirms the life and teaching of Jesus, promotes feminism, and is the heart of the Good News.

Luther King House is delighted to welcome Edward Pillar as part of our open Lecture Series. Edward has been married to Sarah for over 30 years and has the blessing of two amazing children – Zoe and Isaac. He has served the congregation of Evesham Baptist Church since 1995. He loves preaching and has a particular academic focus on meaning, relevance, and the purpose of the resurrection, which formed the basis for his PhD studies.

Refreshments from 7pm, followed by the lecture at 7.30pm

A pdf leaflet for you to download, print and distribute can be found here.

There is no charge for this event, but it would be helpful to have some idea of numbers, so please let us know if you hope to attend.

For further details, and to register your interest in attending, please contact Luther King House by e-mail or by telephone on 0161 249 2504.