37th General Assembly sermons, Leadership Institute plenary session videos now available


GA2017VideosVideo recordings of the 37th General Assembly worship service sermons and Leadership Institute plenary sessions are now available on the EPC website at www.epc.org/ga2017recordings. The videos also are available on the EPC’s YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/EPChurch80 and are organized in chronological order in the “37th General Assembly” playlist.

Worship service speakers were Kirk Bottomly, Senior Pastor of Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church in Sacramento, Calif.; Shane Farmer, Senior Pastor of Cherry Hills Community Church in Denver, Colo.; Troy Wilson, Pastor of EPC church plant The Table in San Francisco, Calif.; Mike Kuhn, EPC World Outreach Global Worker serving as Lecturer in Discipleship and Biblical Theology at the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary in Beirut, Lebanon; and Scott Griffin, Moderator of the 36th EPC General Assembly.

Additional recordings, including Permanent Committee verbal reports, Leadership Institute seminar tracks, and others will be added in the coming days.


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