There will be a G4G combined service on Sunday 7th April, 7PM in Hope Theatre at the University of Wollongong. This is an event for local Christians to hear the vision of G4G and be encouraged to join with us as we bring the message of Jesus to Wollongong.
On Sunday the 28th October, we plan to hold an event at Wollongong University (Hope Theatre, 7PM) which will allow people to explore Jesus further. This is a free event and Simon Manchester will be speaking.
Ray Galea will be coming to Wollongong on 14-15 September to speak at two events. Details below. Online Rego here.
Ray is a well known speaker and author, having written God is Enough and Nothing in My Hand I Bring. Ray loves his wife, Sandy, his three adult children, eating Middle Eastern food, listening to Bob Dylan, and watching films set in New York. Ray serves as senior minister at St Alban’s Multicultural Bible Ministry in Rooty Hill, Sydney, but years ago, he worked as a social worker in Wollongong.
The G4G women’s committee would like to invite you to their annual bible teaching day (if you are a woman). Jenny Salt will be speaking on 1 Peter “A foot in two worlds”. The event includes morning tea and lunch, and will be held at the University of Wollongong.
Time // 9:30-3:00
Date // 18th August 2012
Cost // $20
Please register before 12th August by contacting any member of the organising committee (Christine Bayley, Chris Finley, Lois Hagger, Jenny Shannon, Judith Vaartjes, Ali Barritt). Please email us for further information.
The recording of Con Campbell’s talk is now available on our resources page.
Con Campbell is coming to speak at Wollongong University on the topic of Jesus’ resurrection, and how it shatters world views. His presentation (from 1 Corinthians 15) will aim to be both apologetic and evangelistic. No charge, everyone welcome!
When: 27th May, 7:00PM
Where: Hope Theatre, UoW. Campus map here
Con Campbell is an author and lecturer in Greek and New Testament at Moore College, a well regarded Australian jazz saxophonist, and is married to Bronwyn with three children.