Tour will visit London in August 2023 and Glasgow in June 2024
Following the successful God Loves You Tour events in Liverpool, South Wales, Sheffield, and London last year, when thousands of people heard a message of hope and God’s love from the Bible, Rev Franklin Graham and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) have remained committed to sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ across the UK.
BGEA is pleased to announce that two additional stops for the God Loves You Tour have been scheduled for 26 August 2023 at ExCeL London and 22 June 2024 at the OVO Hydro in Glasgow. All are invited and welcome to attend these free events.
‘We are excited to return to London again this year and to have an opportunity to preach the Gospel in Glasgow,’ Franklin Graham, president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, said. ‘We are grateful for the thousands of Christians and hundreds of churches that have stood alongside us in recent years and continued praying for this tour to come to their cities. We saw hundreds of people turn to Jesus Christ in faith last year, and we believe this is God’s timing for many more people in London and Glasgow to hear the message of God’s great love for them.’
In preparation for the upcoming outreach in London, Christians from nearly 1,000 churches across the city are partnering with Rev Graham and BGEA because they believe there is a continued need for the hope-filled message of the Bible to be shared in their communities.
‘Last year’s God Loves You Tour was a blessing to many people in London. Churches across this city united together to invite people to hear about Jesus Christ’s love and forgiveness for them and the eternal hope available in Him,’ said Rev Hany Abdelmasih, Regional Minister with London Baptists. ‘London is the place where you find the world, and it is also a place that needs the Good News of Christ proclaimed again and again. I look forward to what God will do through Rev Franklin Graham and the God Loves You Tour this year!’
This month’s tour stop in London will feature award-winning musical guests, including CeCe Winans, a 15-time Grammy winner and the best-selling female Gospel artist of all time; three-time Grammy winner Michael W. Smith; and Grammy-nominated, platinum-selling Newsboys, who have had 33 No. 1 radio hits.
DATES AND LOCATIONS
- London: 26 August 2023 – ExCeL London
- Glasgow: 22 June 2024 – OVO Hydro
To learn more information about the four-city tour, visit GodLovesYouTour.org.uk.
Notes to Editors
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Franklin Graham will be available for interviews in London at 10:30am on Friday, 25 August. To request an interview and download b-roll and photos, visit https://media.billygraham.org/god-loves-you-tour-uk-2023.
About The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
Founded by Billy Graham in 1950, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association shares the Good News of Jesus Christ around the world. Billy Graham had a profound love and appreciation for the United Kingdom, and he established BGEA’s UK office in London in 1954. Mr Graham went on to preach in the UK more than any other place outside of the United States.
About Franklin Graham
Franklin Graham is continuing the lifelong work of his father. Since his first evangelistic event with BGEA in 1989, he has held more than 325 outreaches in over 55 countries, including seven events in the United Kingdom. Franklin Graham shared the hope of the Gospel in Perth, Scotland, in 1999; Belfast, Northern Ireland, in 2008; Blackpool, England, in 2018, and Liverpool, South Wales, Sheffield, and London in 2022. This year, he has preached in Seoul, Korea; Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; and Mexico City, Mexico. After preaching in London, Rev Graham will share the Gospel in Essen, Germany, and Rome, Italy, this autumn. In addition to serving as president and CEO of BGEA, Franklin Graham also leads Samaritan’s Purse, an international Christian relief and development organization that has helped more than 13 million people in Ukraine, distributing over 86 million kilos of food and airlifting more than 900 tonnes of relief supplies to the war-torn country since the war began.