Events

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Featured Event

Conferences

Made in Whose Image?

09 June 2018

Guildford Baptist Church, Millmead, Guildford, GU2 4BE

Featured Event

Conferences

Made in Whose Image?

09 June 2018

Guildford Baptist Church, Millmead, Guildford, GU2 4BE

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This year's conference theme is 'Made in Whose Image?' We will be exploring ideas of image and identity with a keynote speech from Jo Swinney and workshops on topics surrounding this theme.

Click here for full details about the event and to book.

Organisers
Woman Alive & The Bible Reading Fellowship
Website
http://www.brfonline.org.uk/madeinwhoseimage#Aboutthevenue
Email
womanalive@cpo.org.uk
Phone
01865 319 700

Training Events

Insight into Self-Esteem

28 April 2018

Waverley Abbey House

Training Events

Insight into Self-Esteem

28 April 2018

Waverley Abbey House

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Whether you come for yourself, or would like to support someone else, come and consider how low self-esteem can affect our relationship with God and others. Receive biblical and practical insights into how we can all cultivate a healthy self-esteem through a deepening relationship with God. Led by Chris Ledger

Organisers
CWR
Website
www.cwr.org.uk/training/Courses?courseid=b825c064-7bcf-4f04-9165-441a239997f6
Email
courses@cwr.org.uk
Phone
01252 784 731

Conferences

'In the Arena'

01 May 2018

Bethany City Church

Conferences

'In the Arena'

01 May 2018

Bethany City Church

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Further to their successful men’s event tour in the autumn, Care for the Family are running some more ‘In The Arena’ events around England that you and / or your men’s group might find helpful to attend.

Every man encounters challenges in life’s arena. We often face uncertainties or difficulties that can test our integrity, resilience and character. But God has called us to live our lives with passion and perseverance, to run the race set before us and to run to win. 


“Run in such a way that you may win.” 1 Corinthians 9:24


To meet our challenges successfully we need to be prepared. We need to be trained, ready to deal with the problems or tough times that can affect our most important relationships, our work and our inner or spiritual life.

‘In the Arena’ is a men’s event that will share helpful strategies to strengthen and empower you for whatever challenges you face now or in the future. Speakers Rob Parsons and Gerrit Bantjes will present biblical principles and insights they have seen work through their experience of both triumph and adversity. They will talk about critical areas of everyday life such as friendships, finance, character and career. Their encouragement will leave you better prepared to run life’s race. 


Rob Parsons, OBE, is the founder and CEO of Care for the Family. He is a bestselling author of over 20 books, including The Heart of Success and The Sixty Minute Father. He has spoken to governments, many blue-chip companies and over a million individuals. 



Gerrit Bantjes has been a British Army paratrooper and a fitness coach to Cardiff Rugby Club and he currently works full time for Care for the Family. Gerrit is also a husband and father with real compassion and understanding of life’s highs and lows. 



Organisers
Care for the Family
Website
careforthefamily.org.uk
Email
mail@cff.org.uk
Phone
0292 081 0800

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

'In the Arena'

02 May 2018

Claremont Church

Conferences

'In the Arena'

02 May 2018

Claremont Church

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Every man encounters challenges in life’s arena. We often face uncertainties or difficulties that can test our integrity, resilience and character. But God has called us to live our lives with passion and perseverance, to run the race set before us and to run to win. 


“Run in such a way that you may win.” 1 Corinthians 9:24


To meet our challenges successfully we need to be prepared. We need to be trained, ready to deal with the problems or tough times that can affect our most important relationships, our work and our inner or spiritual life.

‘In the Arena’ is a men’s event that will share helpful strategies to strengthen and empower you for whatever challenges you face now or in the future. Speakers Rob Parsons and Gerrit Bantjes will present biblical principles and insights they have seen work through their experience of both triumph and adversity. They will talk about critical areas of everyday life such as friendships, finance, character and career. Their encouragement will leave you better prepared to run life’s race. 


Rob Parsons, OBE, is the founder and CEO of Care for the Family. He is a bestselling author of over 20 books, including The Heart of Success and The Sixty Minute Father. He has spoken to governments, many blue-chip companies and over a million individuals. 



Gerrit Bantjes has been a British Army paratrooper and a fitness coach to Cardiff Rugby Club and he currently works full time for Care for the Family. Gerrit is also a husband and father with real compassion and understanding of life’s highs and lows. 



Organisers
Care for the family
Website
careforthefamily.org.uk
Email
mail@cff.org.uk
Phone
0292 081 0800

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

'In the Arena'

03 May 2018

Riverside Centre

Conferences

'In the Arena'

03 May 2018

Riverside Centre

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Every man encounters challenges in life’s arena. We often face uncertainties or difficulties that can test our integrity, resilience and character. But God has called us to live our lives with passion and perseverance, to run the race set before us and to run to win. 


“Run in such a way that you may win.” 1 Corinthians 9:24


To meet our challenges successfully we need to be prepared. We need to be trained, ready to deal with the problems or tough times that can affect our most important relationships, our work and our inner or spiritual life.

‘In the Arena’ is a men’s event that will share helpful strategies to strengthen and empower you for whatever challenges you face now or in the future. Speakers Rob Parsons and Gerrit Bantjes will present biblical principles and insights they have seen work through their experience of both triumph and adversity. They will talk about critical areas of everyday life such as friendships, finance, character and career. Their encouragement will leave you better prepared to run life’s race. 


Rob Parsons, OBE, is the founder and CEO of Care for the Family. He is a bestselling author of over 20 books, including The Heart of Success and The Sixty Minute Father. He has spoken to governments, many blue-chip companies and over a million individuals. 



Gerrit Bantjes has been a British Army paratrooper and a fitness coach to Cardiff Rugby Club and he currently works full time for Care for the Family. Gerrit is also a husband and father with real compassion and understanding of life’s highs and lows. 



Organisers
Care for the Family
Website
careforthefamily.org.uk
Email
mail@cff.org.uk
Phone
0292 081 0800

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

Prom Praise 2018 - All Souls Orchestra

05 May 2018

Royal Albert Hall

Music / Arts

Prom Praise 2018 - All Souls Orchestra

05 May 2018

Royal Albert Hall

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Famous Worldwide for a unique voice in music, the All Souls Orchestra brings their annual flagship event to the Royal Albert Hall with a very special partnership of classical and contemporary musicians.

Under the energetic, dynamic direction of principle conductor, Noël Tredinnick, Prom Praise is a joyful fusion of performance with worship. With guest artists Tim Hughes, Lucy Grimble and others, along with the Massed Choir.

Tickets on sale from www.royalalberthall.com or call 020 7589 8212

Organisers
Royal Albert Hall
Website
www.royalalberthall.com
Email
info@royalalberthall.com
Phone
020 7589 8212

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Training Events

Ministry to Fathers

11 - 13 May 2018

Cliff College, Derbyshire

Training Events

Ministry to Fathers

11 - 13 May 2018

Cliff College, Derbyshire

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Open to both men and women to explore the theology, theory and good practice of this pioneering area of church ministry. This teaching weekend is for anyone working or volunteering in family ministry and/or interested in supporting fathers. It will help attendees to explore whether ministry to fathers should be both intentional and specific in nature and, if so, how this can be achieved in practice. The weekend will be introduced by Ian White, Short Courses Programme Leader at Cliff College, and led by Tony Sharp and Mark Chester, Who Let The Dads Out? leaders. The cost is £150 which includes two nights’ en-suite accommodation, all meals and all teaching materials)
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Organisers
wholetthedadsout.org.uk
Website
wholetthedadsout.org.uk
Email
shortcourse@cliffcollege.ac.uk
Phone
01246 584 203

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

God's Purposes in Later Life - Pilgrims Friend Society

12 May 2018

All Nations Church, Frog Island, Leicester, LE3 5AG

Conferences

God's Purposes in Later Life - Pilgrims Friend Society

12 May 2018

All Nations Church, Frog Island, Leicester, LE3 5AG

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The bible makes it clear that when God created all living things, part of his life design for human beings was that we would grow old and experience old age. So why does our view of old age differ so widely from His, even amongst Christians who know the Scriptures? Join us to hear all about God's purposes for older age, including tips on how to share the gospel with older people. Benefit too from practical and spiritual support for those affected by demetia. Keynote Bible talk by Roger Carswell (Evangelist & Author). Other speakers include: Rev Ian Knox (Evangelist & Theologian), Dr Jennifer Bute (founder of www.gloriousopportunity.org), Rev Roger Hitchings (Speaker & Theologian), Louise Morse (Author and Commentator) and others. Cost £5, includes lunch and car parking, free to registered supporters of PFS Family and subscribers. Book online or via 0300 303 8431

Organisers
Pilgrims Friend Society
Website
www.pilgrimsfriend.org.uk
Email
info@pilgrimsfriend.org.uk
Phone
0300 303 8431

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

Performance Management: Faithfulness & Fruitfulness

16 May 2018

Christian Medical Fellowship

Conferences

Performance Management: Faithfulness & Fruitfulness

16 May 2018

Christian Medical Fellowship

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Understanding the relationship between faithfulness and fruitfulness is of no small significance to those who give their lives to gospel ministry.

If God requires both faithfulness and fruitfulness, then how can we help our overseas mission partners to faithfully pursue fruitfulness? And what does this actually look like when it comes to performance management?

How can we as HR practitioners develop a framework to help manage performance appropriately and consistently? How can we balance the care of the individual (and their wider family) against the need for organisational performance? What other factors have a bearing on performance in an overseas context?

This day event will seek to cover, amongst other things,

A Biblical overview of faithfulness and fruitfulness, stewardship and accountability An introduction to secular theory around performance management, and how Biblical ideas relate to this What is fruitfulness in a mission context – what are we really looking for, and how do we measure it? The practical application of performance management in terms of policies, processes and approaches used in this tool Our speakers include Sarah Hay, Rob Hay and Rachel Westcott. Rachel Wescott is Director of People and Organisational Development at WaterAid, a role she has held since 2007. Rachel’s responsibilities include overseeing the development and delivery of WaterAid’s people strategies across their 28 countries of operation.

The cost is £20 to people from GC member agencies and churches. Cost for non GC members is £50. Refreshments and lunch are included in the price. Tea and coffee will be available from 10:30 am.

Organisers
Global Connections
Website
www.globalconnections.org.uk
Email
info@globalconnections.org.uk
Phone
01926 487755

Music / Arts

Whitby Gospel Music Convention

18 - 20 May 2018

Whitby Pavilion

Music / Arts

Whitby Gospel Music Convention

18 - 20 May 2018

Whitby Pavilion

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Come and hear some great artists at this fantastic weekend of live gospel music. Artists appearing include: Paul Jones & Fiona Hendley, The Amen Gospel Praise Band, Tony Goodacre, Amy Roberts, New Dawn, Paul Wheater, Simple Faith, Samuel Purdy, The Ayrton Family Gospel Group, Roger Carswell, Stockton Citadel S.A. Band.

Full details including tickets found at www.paulwheater.co.uk

Organisers
Paul Wheater
Website
www.paulwheater.co.uk
Email
paulwheatermusic@gmail.com
Phone
01947 810561

Conferences

'In the Arena'

22 May 2018

Riverside Church

Conferences

'In the Arena'

22 May 2018

Riverside Church

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Every man encounters challenges in life’s arena. We often face uncertainties or difficulties that can test our integrity, resilience and character. But God has called us to live our lives with passion and perseverance, to run the race set before us and to run to win. 


“Run in such a way that you may win.” 1 Corinthians 9:24


To meet our challenges successfully we need to be prepared. We need to be trained, ready to deal with the problems or tough times that can affect our most important relationships, our work and our inner or spiritual life.

‘In the Arena’ is a men’s event that will share helpful strategies to strengthen and empower you for whatever challenges you face now or in the future. Speakers Rob Parsons and Gerrit Bantjes will present biblical principles and insights they have seen work through their experience of both triumph and adversity. They will talk about critical areas of everyday life such as friendships, finance, character and career. Their encouragement will leave you better prepared to run life’s race. 


Rob Parsons, OBE, is the founder and CEO of Care for the Family. He is a bestselling author of over 20 books, including The Heart of Success and The Sixty Minute Father. He has spoken to governments, many blue-chip companies and over a million individuals. 



Gerrit Bantjes has been a British Army paratrooper and a fitness coach to Cardiff Rugby Club and he currently works full time for Care for the Family. Gerrit is also a husband and father with real compassion and understanding of life’s highs and lows. 



Organisers
Care for the family
Website
careforthefamily.org.uk
Email
mail@cff.org.uk
Phone
0292 081 0800

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

'In the Arena'

23 May 2018

Cheltenham Elim Church

Conferences

'In the Arena'

23 May 2018

Cheltenham Elim Church

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Every man encounters challenges in life’s arena. We often face uncertainties or difficulties that can test our integrity, resilience and character. But God has called us to live our lives with passion and perseverance, to run the race set before us and to run to win. 


“Run in such a way that you may win.” 1 Corinthians 9:24


To meet our challenges successfully we need to be prepared. We need to be trained, ready to deal with the problems or tough times that can affect our most important relationships, our work and our inner or spiritual life.

‘In the Arena’ is a men’s event that will share helpful strategies to strengthen and empower you for whatever challenges you face now or in the future. Speakers Rob Parsons and Gerrit Bantjes will present biblical principles and insights they have seen work through their experience of both triumph and adversity. They will talk about critical areas of everyday life such as friendships, finance, character and career. Their encouragement will leave you better prepared to run life’s race. 


Rob Parsons, OBE, is the founder and CEO of Care for the Family. He is a bestselling author of over 20 books, including The Heart of Success and The Sixty Minute Father. He has spoken to governments, many blue-chip companies and over a million individuals. 



Gerrit Bantjes has been a British Army paratrooper and a fitness coach to Cardiff Rugby Club and he currently works full time for Care for the Family. Gerrit is also a husband and father with real compassion and understanding of life’s highs and lows. 



Organisers
Care for the family
Website
careforthefamily.org.uk
Email
mail@cff.org.uk
Phone
0292 081 0800

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

'In the Arena'

24 May 2018

Kings Community Church

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'In the Arena'

24 May 2018

Kings Community Church

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Every man encounters challenges in life’s arena. We often face uncertainties or difficulties that can test our integrity, resilience and character. But God has called us to live our lives with passion and perseverance, to run the race set before us and to run to win. 


“Run in such a way that you may win.” 1 Corinthians 9:24


To meet our challenges successfully we need to be prepared. We need to be trained, ready to deal with the problems or tough times that can affect our most important relationships, our work and our inner or spiritual life.

‘In the Arena’ is a men’s event that will share helpful strategies to strengthen and empower you for whatever challenges you face now or in the future. Speakers Rob Parsons and Gerrit Bantjes will present biblical principles and insights they have seen work through their experience of both triumph and adversity. They will talk about critical areas of everyday life such as friendships, finance, character and career. Their encouragement will leave you better prepared to run life’s race. 


Rob Parsons, OBE, is the founder and CEO of Care for the Family. He is a bestselling author of over 20 books, including The Heart of Success and The Sixty Minute Father. He has spoken to governments, many blue-chip companies and over a million individuals. 



Gerrit Bantjes has been a British Army paratrooper and a fitness coach to Cardiff Rugby Club and he currently works full time for Care for the Family. Gerrit is also a husband and father with real compassion and understanding of life’s highs and lows. 



Organisers
Care for the family
Website
careforthefamily.org.uk
Email
mail@cff.org.uk
Phone
0292 081 0800

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Pursuit

25 May 2018

Plumpton Racecourse

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Pursuit

25 May 2018

Plumpton Racecourse

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Targetted at School years 7-10 (age 11-15) with a leadership stream for school years 11-13 (age 16-18); Every year hundreds of young people from across Sussex meet for a weekend of worship, teaching, discipleship, sports, games, music and more. Held at Plumpton racecourse over the Spring bank holiday weekend at the end of May, 25th - 28th May 2018.

The event is focused on the local church and the discipleship journey of the young people. There are seminars on subjects including social action, overseas mission, spiritual disciplines, money, worship, vocations, leadership, tough questions and much more. On a weekend away Camp leaders have the opportunity to develop deeper relationships with their groups that you just can't in the every day life back at home.

We have some handy tips for bringing groups away and resources which can be downloaded to help with the whole process.

Visit our website for more details and booking information.

Organisers
Diocese of Chichester
Website
youth.chichester.anglican.org
Email
dan.jenkins@chichester.anglican.org
Phone
07760 664381

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

Ladies' Weekend

04 June - 04 August 2018

Capernwray Hall

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Ladies' Weekend

04 June - 04 August 2018

Capernwray Hall

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Come and relax in a beautiful setting with others who appreciate time to worship and learn together. Ladies Weekend is a fantastic opportunity to get away from it all and spend some quality time with God and other like minded people. The Bible teaching is always fresh and challenging, and is sure to have a guaranteed impact upon your life. Outside of the worship times there is something for everyone whether you want to spend some quiet time on your own, grab a coffee and chat away with friends or simply get involved with the many activities we have planned. The weekend is fully catered so you don’t have to worry about making the meals or doing the dishes afterwards. You can just sit back, relax and enjoy your time with us.

Organisers
Capernwray Holidays
Website
http://www.capernwray.org/ladies-weekend/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

08 June 2018

Marcus Garvey Library

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

08 June 2018

Marcus Garvey Library

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Come and take a musical journey through the history of gospel music, from its roots in negro spirituals, to church-based music and the more modern sounds of today. Gospel music is one of the most important of all music genres with influences in blues, jazz and rock and roll. Sing hallelujah as you learn about the key pioneers of gospel! Grammy award winning TAKE 6 legend Dr Cedric Dent, is the presenter of “The History of Black Gospel Music”!

The History of Black Gospel Music examines the story of the blending of church music, jazz and blues, the synthesis of the sacred and the profane, through story and song along with special guests and local supporting acts.

Dr Cedric Dent will demonstrate this synthesis with live piano-vocal performances that trace the developments from the Euro-American hymn through to contemporary and modern gospel music.

Organisers
Cordel Events
Website
eventbrite.co.uk
Email
info@cordelevents.com
Phone
0208 489 5350

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

10 June 2018

St Philip's Birmingham Cathedral

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

10 June 2018

St Philip's Birmingham Cathedral

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Come and take a musical journey through the history of gospel music, from its roots in negro spirituals, to church-based music and the more modern sounds of today. Gospel music is one of the most important of all music genres with influences in blues, jazz and rock and roll. Sing hallelujah as you learn about the key pioneers of gospel! Grammy award winning TAKE 6 legend Dr Cedric Dent, is the presenter of “The History of Black Gospel Music”!

The History of Black Gospel Music examines the story of the blending of church music, jazz and blues, the synthesis of the sacred and the profane, through story and song along with special guests and local supporting acts.

Dr Cedric Dent will demonstrate this synthesis with live piano-vocal performances that trace the developments from the Euro-American hymn through to contemporary and modern gospel music.

Organisers
Cordel Events
Website
eventbright.co.uk
Email
info@cordelevents.com
Phone
0121 262 1840

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

Raising children in restricted societies

12 June 2018

Anthony Collins Solicitors

Conferences

Raising children in restricted societies

12 June 2018

Anthony Collins Solicitors

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TCKs live among many different cultures and societies. For TCKs from the UK and other western families that can mean growing up in a restrictive society. These societies vary hugely from those with conservative values and moderate limitations through to others that are heavily restrictive and segregated.

Our childhood experiences help shape us for the rest of our lives, and so we will be considering the ways in which these societies affect our TCKs growing up there. We will also focus on strategies that families have adopted as they have tried to ensure the best experiences and outcomes for their children.

This day event will seek to cover, amongst other things:

How does growing up in a restricted society affect our TCKs – both positively and negatively? What particular issues do teenagers (and their parents) face? How do we address the different issues affecting boys and girls? What can we learn from how agencies have supported their families in restricted societies? How can we help TCKs from restricted societies reintegrate back into life in the UK when the time comes? Different presenters will speak from their own experiences in a number of countries with varying levels of cultural conservatism. Our speakers for the day have experience of living in Central Asia and the Middle East and have teenage children of their own.

The cost is £20 to people from GC member agencies and churches. Cost for non GC members is £50. Refreshments and lunch are included in the price. Tea and coffee will be available from 10:15am.

Please note: if you are a TCK parent/grandparent/extended family member, or church member caring for TCKs/families overseas - and your church is not a member of GC - please choose the £20 member rate and add an explanatory note in the ‘dietary or access requirements’ box below.

Organisers
Global Connections
Website
www.globalconnections.org.uk
Email
info@globalconnections.org.uk
Phone
01926 487755

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

12 June 2018

Norwich Cathedral

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

12 June 2018

Norwich Cathedral

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Come and take a musical journey through the history of gospel music, from its roots in negro spirituals, to church-based music and the more modern sounds of today. Gospel music is one of the most important of all music genres with influences in blues, jazz and rock and roll. Sing hallelujah as you learn about the key pioneers of gospel! Grammy award winning TAKE 6 legend Dr Cedric Dent, is the presenter of “The History of Black Gospel Music”!

The History of Black Gospel Music examines the story of the blending of church music, jazz and blues, the synthesis of the sacred and the profane, through story and song along with special guests and local supporting acts.

Dr Cedric Dent will demonstrate this synthesis with live piano-vocal performances that trace the developments from the Euro-American hymn through to contemporary and modern gospel music.

Organisers
Cordel Events
Website
eventbrite.co.uk
Email
info@cordelevents.com
Phone
01603 218300

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

13 June 2018

The Winston Theatre

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

13 June 2018

The Winston Theatre

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Come and take a musical journey through the history of gospel music, from its roots in negro spirituals, to church-based music and the more modern sounds of today. Gospel music is one of the most important of all music genres with influences in blues, jazz and rock and roll. Sing hallelujah as you learn about the key pioneers of gospel! Grammy award winning TAKE 6 legend Dr Cedric Dent, is the presenter of “The History of Black Gospel Music”!

The History of Black Gospel Music examines the story of the blending of church music, jazz and blues, the synthesis of the sacred and the profane, through story and song along with special guests and local supporting acts.

Dr Cedric Dent will demonstrate this synthesis with live piano-vocal performances that trace the developments from the Euro-American hymn through to contemporary and modern gospel music.

Organisers
Cordel Events
Website
eventbrite.co.uk
Email
info@cordelevents.com
Phone
0117 331 8600

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The History of Gospel Music

14 June 2018

St Peters Collegiate Church

Music / Arts

The History of Gospel Music

14 June 2018

St Peters Collegiate Church

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Come and take a musical journey through the history of gospel music, from its roots in negro spirituals, to church-based music and the more modern sounds of today. Gospel music is one of the most important of all music genres with influences in blues, jazz and rock and roll. Sing hallelujah as you learn about the key pioneers of gospel! Grammy award winning TAKE 6 legend Dr Cedric Dent, is the presenter of “The History of Black Gospel Music”!

The History of Black Gospel Music examines the story of the blending of church music, jazz and blues, the synthesis of the sacred and the profane, through story and song along with special guests and local supporting acts.

Dr Cedric Dent will demonstrate this synthesis with live piano-vocal performances that trace the developments from the Euro-American hymn through to contemporary and modern gospel music.

Organisers
Cordel Events
Website
eventbrite.co.uk
Email
info@cordelevents.co.uk
Phone
01902 422 642

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

16 June 2018

Leicester Cathedral

Music / Arts

The History of Black Gospel Music

16 June 2018

Leicester Cathedral

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Come and take a musical journey through the history of gospel music, from its roots in negro spirituals, to church-based music and the more modern sounds of today. Gospel music is one of the most important of all music genres with influences in blues, jazz and rock and roll. Sing hallelujah as you learn about the key pioneers of gospel! Grammy award winning TAKE 6 legend Dr Cedric Dent, is the presenter of “The History of Black Gospel Music”!

The History of Black Gospel Music examines the story of the blending of church music, jazz and blues, the synthesis of the sacred and the profane, through story and song along with special guests and local supporting acts.

Dr Cedric Dent will demonstrate this synthesis with live piano-vocal performances that trace the developments from the Euro-American hymn through to contemporary and modern gospel music.

Organisers
Cordel Events
Website
eventbrite.co.uk
Email
info@cordelevents.com
Phone
0116 261 5200

This event is wheelchair accessible This event is wheelchair accessible

Conferences

Identity in Christ Conference - with Tim and Kathy Keller

21 June 2018

Emmanuel Centre

Conferences

Identity in Christ Conference - with Tim and Kathy Keller

21 June 2018

Emmanuel Centre

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The labels are no longer so simple - young people today are being encouraged to embrace fluidity in both gender identity and sexual orientation.

Confusion abounds for them - and for churches who seek to be a safe and welcoming place for all. As everything changes around us how can we as church leaders encourage all to root their identities in Christ - and so build our churches on firmest of foundations?

Dr Tim Keller (Redeemer Presbyterian Church, New York) will be helping us answer this question in two main sessions alongside input from Kathy Keller, and the team from www.livingout.org. For more information and to book, visit www.livingout.org/identity-in-christ

Organisers
Living Out
Website
www.livingout.org/identity-in-christ
Email
info@livingout.org
Phone
0207 520 3830

Conferences

Resonate - Revive Academy Worship and Creative Summit

22 - 23 June 2018

Revive Church

Conferences

Resonate - Revive Academy Worship and Creative Summit

22 - 23 June 2018

Revive Church

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Worship, teaching, powerful ministry, workshops. Book now if you're a worship leader, worshipper, artist, creative, musician, singer, songwriter, part of the tech team, production or media at your church. Come and be inspired, informed, equipped and empowered! Dan McCollam travels internationally as a prophetic speaker and trainer and he empowers worshippers worldwide to understand and release the transformational effect of worship on individuals, families, cities, and nations. One of his passions is to create prophetic cultures where everyone can hear God, activate and mobilize their prophetic words, and express their own unique prophetic diversity. Dan serves on the teaching faculty of Bethel School of the Prophets in Redding, California and he is part of the Global Legacy apostolic team overseeing a growing number of churches partnered for revival. Prior to Resonate, Dan McCollam speaks at ACTIVATE School Of Prophecy. Dan is the co-founder of the Bethel School of the Prophets and Founder of the activate school of prophecy. He has authored several books and manuals on the prophetic including, “Basic Training in Prophetic Activation, The Good Fight, Prophetic Company” and the children’s series on spiritual gifts, “My Super Powers.”

These are back to back conferences held at Revive Church, Bridlington Ave, Hull.

BOOK NOW to secure your place at both conferences £35 for ACTIVATE and Resonate Worship & Creative Summit

Organisers
Revive Church
Website
revivechurch.co.uk
Email
office@revivechurch.co.uk
Phone
01482 420 620

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Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Family Week

07 July 2018

Capernwray Hall, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Family Week

07 July 2018

Capernwray Hall, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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Come and relax together with other families, other children, other teens and other parents. There are friends to meet and there is fun to share. Our age-appropriate Bible teaching will introduce the children to Jesus, let the teenagers discuss Christian issues and give adults time to soak up and reflect on Scripture. Full board is a great help on a family holiday as you can now all relax, turn up for meals and all enjoy the great facilities we have to offer in your spare time. We also provide evening “Baby Listening” for children under 7 years old during the evening meeting. Either staff will monitor corridors or we will give you a baby monitor depending on the location of your bedroom.

Organisers
Capernwray Holidays
Website
http://www.capernwray.org/family-weeks
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
01524 733908

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Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Soul Survivor

21 - 25 July 2018

Lendrick Muir

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Soul Survivor

21 - 25 July 2018

Lendrick Muir

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In 2018 we’ll be in Scotland from 21st – 25th July and we can’t wait! Your hosts for the main meetings will be Mike Pilavachi and Andy Croft who are both involved in the running of Soul Survivor and our associated church, Soul Survivor Watford. They will be joined by guest speakers and worship leaders. Every morning and evening we all get together for times of worship, teaching and ministry. These meetings are one of the highlights of Soul Survivor as they’re all about spending time in God’s presence, worshipping him, hearing from his word, and praying for one another in the power of the Holy Spirit. There will be seminars, sports, films, cafe's and so much more! This is the event for the summer so put it in your diary and book your ticket by 31st January for early bird discount. See you there!

Organisers
Soul Survivor
Website
Soulsurvivor.com
Email
info@soulsurvivor.com
Phone
03033331333

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Conferences

Praying for Revival

27 - 29 July 2018

Brunel Manor Christian Centre

Conferences

Praying for Revival

27 - 29 July 2018

Brunel Manor Christian Centre

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This is an invitation for you and your friends to join us for a weekend ‘Praying for Revival’

We will be looking at past Revivals with relevant scriptures, videos and praying The weekend will commence with arrival at 4pm Friday to 3pm Sunday
It will also be an opportunity to relax and to meet with attendees
This Conference is organised by Mission in Hounslow Trust and led by Colin & Madeleine Windsor Please respond to office@hounslowmission.org.uk

Organisers
Mission in Hounslow Trust
Website
www.hounslowmission.org.uk
Email
office@hounslowmission.org.uk
Phone
0208 577 5143

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Music / Arts

Filey Gospel Briggfest

10 - 12 August 2018

Filey Evron Centre

Music / Arts

Filey Gospel Briggfest

10 - 12 August 2018

Filey Evron Centre

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Come and enjoy a weekend of amazing Gospel music at the Filey Gospel Briggfest. Artists appearing include: John Gaughan, Tony Goodacre, Dan Wesley, Paul Wheater, New Prairie Home Companions, Samuel Purdy, Roger Carswell, Crystal Clear and more. For more information and to buy tickets (priced at £30) go to www.paulwheater.co.uk

Organisers
Paul Wheater
Website
www.paulwheater.co.uk
Email
paulwheatermusic@gmail.com
Phone
01947810561

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Conferences

Hope and Purpose

02 - 04 November 2018

Eastwood Hall Hotel

Conferences

Hope and Purpose

02 - 04 November 2018

Eastwood Hall Hotel

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From the 2-4 November 2018, we will be running the autumn conference for men, that’s a little bit like The Gathering and yet, quite different. We’re calling it ‘Hope and Purpose’ and it’s taking place at the Eastwood Hall Hotel. Along with the Hotels swimming pool, gym and top notch grounds, the Hope and Purpose weekend will feature all the usual CVM fun with live music, comedy, sports (including walking football), fellowship, cars, teaching and worship as well as excellent food and accommodation. We’ll be looking at some very important themes and issues with talks and seminars covering topics like: Spiritual health, Physical Health, Parenting, grand-parenting & mentoring Facing our mortality, Isolation and loneliness, Retirement Awesome Guest Speakers will include: Carl Beech (CVM President) Nathan Blackaby (CVM CEO) Ian Coffey (Vice Principle of Moorlands College) Steve Legg (Magician and very funny man) Graham Kendrick (Legend!) and more to follow. Don't miss out, book now for early bloke discount.

Organisers
CVM
Website
CVM.org.uk
Email
info@CVM.org.uk
Phone
01246452483

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Conferences

Hope and Purpose - CVM Autumn Conference

02 - 04 November 2018

Eastwood Hall

Conferences

Hope and Purpose - CVM Autumn Conference

02 - 04 November 2018

Eastwood Hall

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‘Hope and Purpose’ will be a little bit like The Gathering and yet, will also offer something a little bit different. Set in the quality venue of the Eastwood Hall Hotel with its swimming pool, gym and top notch grounds, the Hope and Purpose weekend will feature all the usual CVM fun with live music, comedy, sports (including walking football), fellowship, cars, teaching and worship as well as excellent food and accommodation. Plus, in addition to this we’ll be looking at some very important themes and issues with talks and seminars covering topics like: ·Spiritual health / the journey we are on ·Physical Health ·Parenting, grand-parenting & mentoring ·Facing our mortality ·Isolation and loneliness ·Retirement

Hope and Purpose confirmed line up: Carl Beech (CVM President) - Nathan Blackaby (CVM CEO) - Ian Coffey (Vice Principle of Moorlands College) - Steve Legg (Magician and very funny man) - Graham Kendrick (Legend!) and more to follow.

As usual it’s an event you can invite a not-yet-believing mate to, so check their availability and book your place.

Organisers
CVM
Website
cvm.org.uk
Email
admin@cvm.org.uk
Phone
01246 452 483

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[General]

Cycle Nepal

16 - 25 November 2018

Various in Nepal

[General]

Cycle Nepal

16 - 25 November 2018

Various in Nepal

Cycle Nepal 2018

16 - 25 November 2018

Cycle 350km in 6 days through the foothills of the Himalayas!

Cycle with us through magical Nepal and discover its incredible breath-taking scenery.

Our 350km cycle will take you on a journey from the bustling city and ancient temples of Kathmandu to the charming lakeside town of Pokhara. You’ll pass through rarely visited mountain villages, along secluded trails and see rural Nepal as well as exotic wildlife.

Your sponsorship will support life-saving healthcare that shows every life matters in Nepal.

Challenge highlights

• Discover incredible breath-taking scenery of Nepal with its magnificent lakes and mountains

• Explore Chitwan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and historic Kathmandu Valley with its temples, shrines and stupas

• Support palliative care projects in Nepal and see a life-saving healthcare project in action at Green Pastures Hospital

• Make new friends and enjoy fellowship

“I feel privileged to have had the opportunity to cycle in beautiful Nepal, raise funds for this programme, and meet some new amazing friends.
Cycle Nepal was the most physically challenging but emotionally rewarding experience of my life.”

Em Altez, 2014 Participant

You can reduce poverty and pain in Nepal - Your sponsorship will help to ensure that families in Nepal get access to proper medical care.

Register now www.emms.org/cyclenepal

N.B. Special early bird discount available until 31 January 2018.

Download the Registration pack.

Organisers
Louise Macleod. EMMS International
Website
https://www.emms.org/get-involved/join-an-event/cycle-nepal-2018/
Email
events@emms.org
Phone
0131 313 3828

Music / Arts

Against the Grain Tour

01 December 2018

St Mary's Church, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8HW

Music / Arts

Against the Grain Tour

01 December 2018

St Mary's Church, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8HW

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7pm

Organisers
Garth Hewitt
Website
www.garthhewitt.org
Email
isobel@amostrust.org
Phone
07976 360844

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