Saturday, 18 May, 2019 - 11:00

All Nations Christian College

On Saturday 18th May 2019 All Nations Principal Andy Dipper will lead ‘Easneye 150’!


This special event will celebrate the 150th anniversary of a prophetic letter written about the ‘home’ of All Nations, Easneye E150-A4POSTERHouse.

In the letter, Lady Hannah Buxton expressed the hope that Easneye House would ‘be a fountain of blessing in the church and in the world’.

As well as looking back on the wonderful heritage of Easneye and All Nations we will also be looking forward, as we seek to follow God’s will for the future development of the college.

We are really looking forward to sharing in this celebration with hundreds of friends of the college, students and staff, past and present – we hope to see you there!



11.00    -    Tea & coffee

11.45    -    Assemble on the Greenwich Meridian Line, which runs through All Nations

12 .00   -    The story of Easneye – a presentation led by former Vice-Principal Bob Hunt

13.00    -    Lunch and opportunities to see:

   a display of historical items from the Easneye archives

   a display by All Nations arts students

   anti-slavery presentations by Christine MacMillan (World Evangelical Alliance)

14.15   -    A new era in mission training – a presentation led by Vice-Principal VJ Samkutty

15.15   -    Tea & coffee

15.45   -    A service of dedication led by former Principal Chris Wright and Arts Lecturer Jill Ford

16.45   -    Cutting of the ‘Easneye 150’ cake, tea & coffee etc.

a children’s programme will be available from 12-1 and 2.15-4.45
minor details to be confirmed



·‘Easneye 150’ is free of charge, however donations to cover costs are welcome



Last updated: Monday 21st March, 2019


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