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6/2/17 Chapter Friday with George Sarris
June 2 @ 6:30 am - 8:15 am
On June 2, the brudders of NCS New Canaan will gather as a community of men for some fellowship and fun. We welcome George Sarris, an accomplished actor, narrator and spokesman and now author of a best-selling book, Heaven’s Doors . . . Wider Than You Ever Believed!.
Come join your brudders at the Ten Twenty Post Oyster Bar and Bistro.
- Breakfast begins at 6:30am.
- Meeting begins promptly at 7:00am and will conclude no later than 8:15am.
- Ten Twenty Post Dress Code: None (collars not required and jeans permitted)
- Cover charge- $20
George W. Sarris is an accomplished actor, narrator and spokesman. He served on the board of Screen Actors Guild in Boston for six years, and has been a spokesman in radio and television commercials, industrial films, and at trade shows for companies such as AT&T, IBM, American Express, Burger King, Pizza Hut, Puffs Tissues, Sun Microsystems, and Honda in the highly competitive and secular environments of Boston and New York City for more than 30 years.
Mr. Sarris has worked with a Christian ministry reaching out to media professionals in New York City. He also served on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ, and worked as a consultant with the Christian Herald Association’s Bowery Mission and Kids With a Promise ministries in New York.
Mr. Sarris has been a featured speaker on Biblical and family issues at conferences, churches, men’s retreats and conventions throughout the US, and has developed a unique, one-man show entitled, The World’s Greatest Stories. The live performances of these stories have been enthusiastically received by a wide variety of audiences. The CD’s and DVD’s have been enjoyed by many thousands of people.
Mr. Sarris is the narrator for the 2011 revision of The Holy Bible, New International Version by Zondervan Publishing House. He is the author of a best-selling book, Heaven’s Doors . . . Wider Than You Ever Believed!.
George holds the degrees of Bachelor of Science in Speech from Northwestern University, and Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.