An Evening with Tim Keller to Benefit Redeemer City to City
Monday, November 6, 2017
Last fall, Redeemer City to City (CTC) and the Birmingham community came together for a special evening that raised $1.5M. Since then, we've worked together to start new churches that bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to global cities.
On Monday evening, November 6, we will gather once again at The Club to celebrate and support this mission and hear from Tim Keller, who transitioned to CTC full-time for this very cause.
CTC looks forward to seeing old friends and welcoming new ones into this vibrant, innovative community of Birmingham partners.
More details to come.
Redeemer City to City (CTC) is a non-profit organization that helps leaders start new, gospel-centered churches in global cities. CTC was founded and chaired by Tim Keller. The team is based in New York City and overseas, and is at work in the global cities of Africa, Asia, Australia, North America, Latin America, the Middle East and Europe.
CTC’s core competencies are urban church planting, leadership development, and content creation.
To date, CTC has helped to start 423 new churches in 56 cities. CTC has also trained 13,000+ new leaders in city ministry and evangelism, published 28 resources to help recruit, empower, and develop these leaders, and helped to form 50 gospel networks around the globe.
All of this is done to help bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to cities.
Check out one one of our videos or download one of our e-books to learn more.
Download these e-books by clicking on the images.
To speak with a member of the Birmingham community who is engaged with CTC, get in touch with Garry Ard: [email protected]
Garry Ard was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama and built a career in the construction industry. In 1989 he founded Ard Contracting, specializing in commercial and industrial concrete construction. His brother Jimmy joined as a partner in 1991.
Garry is active in philanthropy and many local and global ministry causes. Currently he serves on the board of The Foundry Rescue and Recovery Center and The Center for Executive Leadership. He and his wife Katherine have two children, Graham and Elizabeth, and recently celebrated the birth of their first grandchild.
Director, PARTNER ENGAGEMENT, SOUTHEAST
To discuss giving or deeper engagement, get in touch with Melanie Penn: [email protected]
Melanie Penn is a native Virginian and comes from a long line of Presbyterian church planters from the midwest. Before them, she descends from some spiritual radicals who sailed to North America on the Mayflower.
Melanie is committed to collaborating with American philanthropists in the southeast who give major gifts to CTC, and she considers it a privilege to help heroic church planters from all over the world.
She lives in Brooklyn and is also a professional worship leader and singer-songwriter.
To RSVP or request more information, get in touch: [email protected].
Rebekah creates community and engagement opportunities for those who financially support the CTC mission. Additionally, she manages advancement proposal development and reporting. She is excited to bring her passion for hospitality to the donor experience.
To RSVP or request more information:
Email Rebekah at [email protected]
Your gift helps develop leaders through training, resources, and grants for new church plant projects that bring life to the city.
Payable to Redeemer City to City
1166 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 1620
New York, NY 10036
Via National Christian Foundation
You can give through your local NCF account. If you would like to set up an NCF account locally please contact Tom Bradford by phone: 205-915-0773 or by email: [email protected]