Jubilee Centre Cambridge – ’95 Ways to Change the World’ Project

Dear friends,

We are pleased to announce the launch of Jubilee Centre’s campaign to crowdsource a set of new theses marking the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, called ’95 ways to change the world’.

The initiative at www.Reformation2017.org is aimed especially at Christians aged 33 or under (Martin Luther’s age in 1517), although anyone may suggest a new thesis.  A £500 prize will be awarded for the best new thesis, and training will be offered to those who want to turn their vision for change into an actual project.

While other organisations are publishing their own lists of 95 theses in 2017, this is unique in inviting Christians from around the world to share their vision and ideas for promoting ‘true human flourishing’.

Would you be willing to publish the attached press release on your website, or to promote the initiative to your audience or network in other ways?  We are using the Twitter hashtag #truehumanflourishing and our handle is @2017Reformation.

We would be delighted to explain more about this initiative with you, or answer any questions you may have.  Please contact Calum Samuelson, the project manager on C.Samuelson@jubilee-centre.org or 01223 755148.

With warm Christian greetings,

Jonathan Tame

Executive Director

St Andrews House, 59 St Andrews Street,

Cambridge CB2 3BZ

Tel. 01223 566319

Direct line: 01223 755144


Registered Charity number 1142076



Author: DanutM

Anglican theologian. Former Director for Faith and Development Middle East and Eastern Europe Region of World Vision International

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