Posted by: Michael M. Dewalt | March 5, 2009

Calvin and the Brits: Calvin events in London

John Calvin is of course one of the most significant theologians of the reformation, who was based in Geneva and whose name is known throughout the world. Therefore seven Protestant Churches of London are taking the opportunity to celebrate his anniversary together. 

Several events will take place around this jubilee:

18.03.09 Introduction of the Calvin events doors open 6.30pm – event starts 7pm
Host: Hungarian Church

29.04.09 Calvin’s understanding of Communion doors open 7pm – event starts 7.30pm
Speaker: Rev Allan Smith; Host: Lumen United Reformed Church

08.05.09 Protestantism et Europe (French) doors open 7.30pm – event starts 8pm
Speaker: Patrick Cabanel; Host: French Institute

14.05.09 Organ concert doors open 6.30pm – event starts 7pm
Organists: Anne Page and David Titterington; Host: Dutch Church

11.06.09 Calvin and Capitalism doors open 6pm – event starts 6.30pm
Speaker: Rev Dr Frank Jehle; Host: Swiss Embassy, SCL, BSCC

27.09.09 Calvin on creation and redemption (Dutch) event starts 12.45pm following Sunday Service
Speaker: Dr Rinse H. Reeling Brouwer; Host: Dutch Church

28.09.09 Light and shadow of the reformation doors open 6.30pm – event starts 7pm
Speaker: Dr Rinse H. Reeling Brouwer; Host: Dutch Church

06.10.09 Calvin’s significance for today doors open 7pm – event starts 8pm
Speaker: Prof David Fergusson; Host: Crown Court Church

08.10.09 Modernity of Calvin (French) doors open 6.30pm – event starts 7pm
Speakers: Max Engammare and Jean-Paul Willaime; Host: French Institute

31.10.09 Theatrical Portrait doors open 7pm – event starts 7.30pm
Directed by Joy Leslie Gibson; Host: Swiss Church

28.11.09 Jubilee Celebration doors open 4pm – event starts 4.30pm
With Bishop Bolcski Gusztàv Bölzcskei; Host: Swiss Church

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