Consider Europe 23
Europe is the new unreached
Play your part in the re-evangelisation of Europe.
Sydney | Brisbane
Only 2% of people in Europe are evangelical Christians! This makes Europe one of the spiritually neediest places in the world!
Soberingly, Europe is now the new unreached.
We invite you to meet and hear from our International Director, Simon Marshall as he presents "Europe in Crisis".
There will be an opportunity for Q & A about Europe and European Christian Mission.
With various locations, we look foward to seeing you at a Consider Europe this year!
Wednesday 28th June | Sydney
Speaker: Simon Marshall
7:15PM (For 7:30 Start) - 9PM
Sydney Missionary & Bible College
43 Badminton Rd, Croydon NSW 2132
Adults $25 | Students/Children Free
A Light Meal included
Registration is required for catering purposes.
Saturday 15th July | Brisbane
Speakers: Simon Marshall & Saszko Nezamutdinov
7:30PM - 9PM
Queensland Theological College
369 Boundary St, Spring Hill, QLD 400
Simon Marshall joined ECMI as International Director in January 2020. Prior to this, he had been Principal at Tilsley College, a small Bible College in Motherwell, Scotland which is part of GLO-Europe, a church-planting mission. Simon is married to Dorit, who is from the Faroe Islands, and they have two children and five grandchildren.
Their Christian service has seen them live in England, Scotland, India and Czechia.
This ministry included time at Hebron School in Tamil Nadu, India, being on staff at the International Church of Prague, and Simon’s being pastor of Beacon Heath Church in Exeter, England. In his life before ‘full-time’ ministry, Simon was a teacher in the Faroe Islands where Dorit and he lived for ten years.
Simon will be speaking about "Europe in Crisis" at both Sydney and Brisbane events.
Sashko Nezamutdinov is based in Krakow, Poland where he is involved with a team who are church planting and reaching out to young adults disillusioned with the Church, or sceptical about it, through university student ministry, art ministry and apologetics ministry.
The church that Sashko is leading reaches out to the local community through arts (including an annual Art&Thought Forum), women’s ministry and student ministry. Sashko also runs a small Reformed publishing house. He loves reading, listening to jazz and watching not-so-famous TV series from different countries around the world.
Sashko will be speaking about "Reaching Europeans with the gospel" in Brisbane only.