September
10
2018
Author
Jennie Pollock
Book by 28 September and save

The Churches that Change Communities conference 2018 is being held at Everyday Church, Wimbledon. Last year's conference was fully booked, so don't miss your chance this time around.

As an added incentive, if you book before midnight on Friday, 28 September, you will save £10 off the ticket price. 

As ever, the conference will include biblical teaching, opportunities for prayer and ministry, seminars that are both inspirational and practical, and the chance to meet and mingle with a range of people just like you, who care about God's heart for the poor, and are ready to take their next steps in expressing that heart in their communities and churches.

Our keynote speaker this year is the Rt Revd Philip North, Bishop of Burnley. Bishop Philip speaks passionately about the vital need to put the poorest in our society at the front and centre of our mission as churches:

"We are all trying massively hard to renew the Church. We are working like crazy, we are praying like mad, we are trying every new idea under the sun. Yet the longed-for renewal does not seem to come. In fact decline just seems to speed up. Why? Why are we struggling so much? I want to suggest that the answer is quite a straightforward one. It’s because we have forgotten the poor.

"Every effective renewal movement in the whole history of the Church has begun not with the richest and most influential, but with the poor and the marginalised." - Hope for the Poor, New Wine, 2017

Whether you're a church leader or an activist, a deacon with responsibility for mercy ministries or just dipping your toes in the water, there will be something at the conference for you.

Come along, and be inspired.

When: November 10, 2018
Timings: 9:15am to 5:15pm
Where: Everyday Church Wimbledon, 30 Queens Road, Wimbledon SW19 8LR 
Cost: £25 before midnight on 28 September, £35 until 7 November. Unwaged: £10 until 7 November.

Book now.


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