NEWS | Serampore 200 – Oxford Conference

Here is an update from our friends across the Atlantic: 

Dear Friend of the Centre for Baptist History and Heritage,

I’m truly delighted that you have responded to my email about data registration so positively, and I look forward to keeping you in touch with Centre events and publications in the coming years. Of course, it would also be a great pleasure to welcome you personally  – again – to Regent’s for a conference. I am in fact now writing to give you further details, as promised, about the Celebrations for 200 Years of Serampore College that I sent as a diary date earlier on. This is now a fully-fledged, 3- day conference, from Friday 19 October to Sunday 21 October, and you are very welcome to participate. I am attaching a brochure for the conference and an invitation to the Gala Dinner on the Saturday night.

You may want to come either for the whole event (£35 per person, except dinner) or for one day only (£20).

For this conference, you are invited to book through Eventbrite, and the booking link is as follows:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/serampore-200-bicentenary-celebrations-tickets-47061370827

This important and historic conference is jointly organized by: The Centre for Baptist History and Heritage, the Baptist Historical Society, the Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture and the Baptist Missionary Society.

With very best wishes as ever,

Paul

Professor Paul S. Fiddes
Professor of Systematic Theology, University of Oxford
Acting Director CBHH, Regent’s Park College, Oxford

Interested in learning more? Here is the brochure:

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