7th July

On Wednesday 5th July, All Nations opened the doors of Easneye House, for another special occasion: The All Nations Former Staff Reunion.

 

The day was organised by Bob Hunt (former Vice Principal of 31 years and local historian), together with the current Principal and CEO, Andy Dipper.

All Nations stands on the legacy of so many; from the Buxton family, who cared particularly about justice and gave their family home so that it might ever be a “fountain of blessing to the world,” to the students, staff and supporters who have all helped to make the legacy what it is today.

The reunion was a huge success. Over 50 former staff and partners arrived on site to worship, reflect, share and praise God for his faithfulness. Amongst them were four All Nations Principals spanning almost 40 years!

All Nations is known for its community life, and friendships over the years remain valued and strong. It was fantastic to see old acquaintances meet together enjoying catching up over great food and fellowship.

Present staff and current students joined in to lead worship and prayer around the Easneye site. Ambitious plans for the next phase of growth were shared, maintaining the focus on training and equipping for missional life and work, locally and globally, in workplaces and open spaces everywhere!

It was a very special day, and the sun shone brightly on us all!

'Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a huge crowd of witnesses to the life of faith, let us strip off every weight that slows us down, especially the sin that so easily trips us up. And let us run with endurance the race God has set before us.'
-Hebrews 12:1

 

Four All Nations Principals

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