SPBC Community Series

Welcome to the SPBC Community Series!
At SPBC, we are dedicated to helping people transform through the power of God’s Word in their lives.

We want to extend that blessing beyond our classroom of students, and our Community Series does that by offering several seminars each year, designed to explore more of Scripture’s transformative truth.

With robust academic and ministry backgrounds, our presenters bring you intensely practical applications, brimming with expert insight on a range of topics. Many are visiting teachers from overseas universities, and leading scholars in their field.

How Can I Attend?
In Person
• Events are hosted on campus at 201 Otumoetai Road, Tauranga. Seats are limited, so we encourage you to register to secure your place, online or by calling 07 576 9091.

Stream Online
• We also livestream our events online, so if you can’t make it in person, you can always tune in on Facebook. Recordings of these events are also published on our YouTube channel, so you can watch them when it suits you. You are very welcome to view these publicly, such as at a Bible study evening with your church.

Please note: You do not need to register to view our events online. Registration is only due to limited seating for in-person attendance.

Can I Invite Others?
We invite you to share information about upcoming SPBC Community Series events.
• Share event posts from our Facebook page.
• Print and display posters at church.
• Mention it in your next church newsletter or announcements.

Upcoming Events
Email spbc@spbc.org.nz to be the first to know about our next event.

Previous Events
The Untold Story of Acts – Part 1
Dr Curt Niccum, 15 March 2019
Explore the colourful and often entertaining story-telling of the Luke-Acts author as he recounts a story of nations in the first century – contrasting the Jews and the Greco-R…

The Untold Story of Acts – Part 2
Dr Curt Niccum, 16 March 2019
The second of this two-part seminar series build’s on Luke’s contrast between the Kingdom of God and the nations of the first century, moving today’s readers of Luke-A…

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