‘Coffee with The General’ will be an opportunity to ask questions and hear what it means to lead a missional movement that is working in 131 countries around the world.
Date: Saturday, 1st December, 2018
Location: Clarendon Auditorium, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
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FREE EVENT - registration essential
One ticket per person required for entry. Limit of 10 tickets per booking. Please be mindful not to reserve tickets that you won’t use. Tickets cannot be returned or cancelled if unused.
This event has limited capacity. Get in fast to ensure you don't miss out!
If you are keen to know more about our newly appointed International Leader of The Salvation Army, make sure you book for this event.
‘Coffee with The General’ is a time to be part of a Q&A with General Peddle as he talks about his time before officership, the steps in his journey that led him to become an officer, the challenges and joys of his past appointments, and some personal aspects of his life.
There will also be an opportunity to ask questions about his new role and what it means to lead a missional movement that is working in 131 countries around the world. You can submit your questions in the form below.
Captain David Collinson will be conducting this session with General Peddle. Seats will be limited, so book early to ensure you don’t miss out. Coffee will be available to purchase during the morning.
Be sure to grab a coffee, have your question ready and enjoy this unique time with the General.
If you would like to book your tickets over the phone or require assistance, please contact the ticket provider (Eventfinda) support and sales team on 1800 710 499. Please note that there is an additional fee when purchasing over the phone. The support and sales team are available from 8am-6pm AEST. An additional fee of $8 per transaction is applied when booking tickets over the phone.
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