Events

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Conferences

Muslim World Forum - The Forgotten Half

24 October 2018

Christian Medical Fellowship

Conferences

Muslim World Forum - The Forgotten Half

24 October 2018

Christian Medical Fellowship

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A chance for those involved in Muslim ministry to network and work together The Forgotten Half – the changing role of women in Muslim contexts

The Global Connections Muslim World Forum continues to examine issues which are relevant to the work and activities of agencies and churches engaging with Muslims around the world and locally and the Forum meeting on Wednesday 24th October 2018, will look at related issues.

The day will include speakers, discussion and time for prayer and networking. Details to follow nearer the time.

The meeting starts with refreshments (tea and coffee) at 11:30am and finishes at 4:00pm.

The cost is £15 to people from GC member agencies and churches. Cost for non GC members is £45. Drinks are included in the price but please bring your own lunch.

Organisers
Global Connections
Website
https://www.globalconnections.org.uk
Email
info@globalconnections.org.uk
Phone
01926 487 755

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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
http://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
http://cvm.org.uk
Email
admin@cvm.org.uk
Phone
01246 452 483

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Conferences

Confident Christianity - Sharing the Gospel in an Age of Tough Questions

03 November 2018

Central Baptist Church, 8 Ward Road, Dundee DD1 1LX

Conferences

Confident Christianity - Sharing the Gospel in an Age of Tough Questions

03 November 2018

Central Baptist Church, 8 Ward Road, Dundee DD1 1LX

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Doors open at 8.45am – Finishes 4:30pm

This Conference will include talks from the following speakers:

Andy Bannister(Solas Centre for Public Christianity)

Andy was Director and Lead Apologist at the Canada office of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries prior to joining Solas in September 2016. Andy holds a PhD in Islamic studies and is an Adjunct Research Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Islam and Other Faiths at Melbourne School of Theology. Andy is the author of An Oral-Formulaic Study of the Qur’an and his latest book, The Atheist Who Didn’t Exist (or: The Terrible Consequences of Really Bad Arguments), is a humorous engagement with the New Atheism. When not traveling, speaking, or writing, Andy is a keen hiker, mountain climber, and photographer. He is married to Astrid; they have two children, Caitriona and Christopher.

Talk titles for conference:

Are We Matter or Do We Matter? Why What You Believe About God Changes Everything Else

How To Talk About Jesus Without Looking Like an Idiot

Mark Stirling(Cornerstone St Andrews)

Mark is a former medical doctor who pioneered work amongst university students with the Navigators in Edinburgh from 1998 to 2004. In 2007 he completed an MA in Exegetical Theology at Covenant Seminary in St Louis and in 2011 gained a PhD in Biblical Studies from St Andrews University, his thesis examining issues of discipleship and maturity in Ephesians. He and his wife Jenny now live in St Andrews, Scotland, where they work closely together in disciple making ministry. Mark currently pastors a new church (Cornerstone St Andrews) and is the director of The Chalmers Institute, a learning community that exists to resource and equip men and women to exercise faithful biblical leadership in the church and in society.

Talk titles for conference:

Everyone believes in something; unmasking the hidden faith commitments of our skeptical friends

Can I disagree without being disagreeable? – How to evangelise in an age where everyone takes offence

Sharon Dirckx(RZIM)

Sharon is a Senior Tutor at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA) and an RZIM Apologist. Originally from a scientific background, she has a Ph.D. in brain imaging from the University of Cambridge and has held research positions at the University of Oxford, UK and the Medical College of Wisconsin, USA. Sharon is an OCCA Alumna, and graduated from OCCA in 2005 during its founding year. She is invited to speak and lecture in a variety of contexts across the UK, including the 2014 Veritas Forum at the University of Oxford.

Sharon has also appeared on BBC Songs of Praise, Justin Brierley’s programme, Unbelievable, on Premier Christian Radio, BBC Radio 2 Good Morning Sunday with Clare Balding and BBC Radio 4 Beyond Belief. Her topics of interest focus on the interaction of belief in God with Science, and with the problem of evil and suffering. Her book, Why?: Looking at God, Evil and Personal Suffering, won the prize for best book at the 2014 Speaking Volumes UK Christian Book Awards (presented by Pam Rhodes). Why? interweaves the stories of people who have suffered, with a practical look at some ‘Why?’ questions on suffering. Sharon lives in Oxford with her husband and two young children.

Talk titles for conference:

Am I more than my brain?

If God then why suffering?

Dr Ben Thomas

Ben is Consultant in Neuro Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia at University Hospital Southampton. He has been a Christian since 2010 and is slowly but surely seeing Jesus transform his life! In 2012-13 he took a year out to train at the Oxford Christian Centre for Apologetics. His particular interests are: sexuality and gender, medical ethics and evangelism in the workplace. Outside of work, he loves running & keeping fit, photography, gardening, cooking and seeing friends and family!

Talk titles for conference:

Sex and Salvation: A Personal Story of Transformation

Sharing the Gospel with LGBT Friends, Colleagues, and Family

Lunch available from venues nearby or you may bring your own pack lunch.

Bookstall: 10ofthose.com

Organisers
SOLAS/Central Baptist Church, Dundee
Website
https://www.solas-cpc.org/event/confident-christianity/
Email
support@solas-cpc.org
Phone
01382 525 021

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Training Events

Insights into Anxiety and Depression

03 November 2018

All Saints Church, Peckham, London

Training Events

Insights into Anxiety and Depression

03 November 2018

All Saints Church, Peckham, London

Two condensed Insight courses in a day, providing comprehensive, practical insights on key issues that are often feared, ignored or misunderstood. These invaluable teaching days are designed both for those who want to come for their own benefit, and for people supporting others.

CWR are pleased to be partnering with Patrick Regan to deliver these Insight Days. These days will combine CWR’s 50 years’ experience of teaching on aspects of counselling with Patrick Regan’s passion to highlight the strength of being honest about areas in which we struggle.

There is also another day exploring perfectionism and shame on 13 October 2018.

Organisers
CWR
Website
http://www.cwr.org.uk/training/Courses?courseid=a6d78f56-597b-44f5-aac5-33b8b4548eb8
Email
courses@cwr.org.uk
Phone
01252 784719

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Conferences

Operation World

09 - 10 November 2018

Bridge Community Auditorium, Rider Street, Leeds LS9 7DW

Conferences

Operation World

09 - 10 November 2018

Bridge Community Auditorium, Rider Street, Leeds LS9 7DW

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Paul Hudson is Elim International Missions Director and an inspiring speaker. He works alongside missions partners, churches and missionaries, to inspire them for world mission.

Gbile Akanni heads up the ministry Living Seed (a weekly fellowship gathering in Gboko, Nigeria. Gbile is committed to turning believers into disciples. He has great depth of the word of God. His authoritative teaching is deeply challenging and life-changing.

Patrick Johnstone is author of six editions of the phenomenal prayer guide, Operation World. Join us as he talks on his bold vision of the Church. Patrick will draw on his fifty years’ experience to share his incredible mission journey, and how over the decades he has seen the answers to God-inspired yet impossible prayers! Then hear what God is doing in our world today in his Church for the nations. Be challenged about what the future may hold for the unfinished task of world evangelism.

Lionel Currie served for many years as a missionary in Ghana. Today he loves to teach the Bible and pastor a local community of God’s people. He is also a fired-up urban mission motivator! Join us to hear Lionel's inspirational and strategic message

David Macmillan has been based in Asia with WEC International since 1980. After two decades of church planting and mission leadership in Thailand, David and his wife Sandra launched Wingspan, a missional prayer training and mobilizing ministry. David has written Shaped for Prayer Enjoyment, and travels widely for Bible teaching, prayer life development, training in strategic prayer and mobilizing for ‘Pray-ers who GO’ on prayer adventure opportunities. David and Sandra live in Chiangmai, Thailand.

John Bagg is WEC UK Director. He is passionate about Christ, his Church and his Kingdom, and the challenge of reaching unreached peoples at home and overseas. PLUS Great music and worship in song United prayer and intercession Church-mission networking and fellowship

Free registration

FREE parking available on site.

Rider street is a 20 minute walk from Leeds train station.

Organisers
WEC
Website
https://wec-uk.org
Email
info@wec-uk.org
Phone
0113 243 1375

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Training Events

Introduction to Biblical Care and Counselling

12 - 16 November 2018

Waverley Abbey House, Farnham, Surrey GU9 8EP

Training Events

Introduction to Biblical Care and Counselling

12 - 16 November 2018

Waverley Abbey House, Farnham, Surrey GU9 8EP

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Understand yourself and others from a biblical perspective, with the aim of developing and expanding your listening skills. The Introduction to Biblical Care and Counselling (IBCC) five-day course teaches basic counselling principles within a Christian context. It is designed for anyone who wants to learn about themselves and how to help others effectively, no matter how much or little previous knowledge and experience they have. It is a reflective course; interactive and personal, using practical methods and theory.

Most people need help at times as they journey through life. A sympathetic listening ear is always appreciated, but sometimes people need more. You can be equipped to play a part in the lives of those who are struggling, enabling them to move forward and discover the freedom to grow into all that God desires them to be. Over the five days you'll cover topics including: * The biblical basis for care and counselling * Reason and causes for problems * Developing basic counselling skills * A clear framework for the counselling process

The course is ideal for anyone who is: *Looking for basic training for pastoral care *Wanting to help people in everyday life *Running a small group *In part-time or full-time Christian ministry *Thinking about full counselling training

The IBCC provides excellent foundational teaching as a stand-alone course, but is also an ideal opportunity to find out if a Counselling programme with Waverley Abbey College could be the next step for further training.

Organisers
CWR
Website
http://www.cwr.org.uk/training/Courses?courseid=5aa67ea7-672d-4f9f-ac48-53c9d41b9e66
Email
courses@cwr.org.uk
Phone
01252 784719

[General]

Unsung Heroines of WW1 by Kate Adie

14 November 2018

Warwick House, Kingston-on-Thames

[General]

Unsung Heroines of WW1 by Kate Adie

14 November 2018

Warwick House, Kingston-on-Thames

Hospices of Hope is hosting a lunch at Warren House Hotel, Kingston on Thames (from 12:30 pm) and is delighted that Kate Adie will be the charity's guest speaker. Kate will be talking about Unsung Heroines of WW1. For further details, please go to www.hospicesofhope.co.uk or ring 01959 525110 and speak to Vanessa Davis.

Organisers
Hospices of Hope
Website
https://www.hospicesofhope.co.uk
Email
events@hospicesofhope.co.uk
Phone
01959 525110

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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

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Introducing Israel

22 - 29 November 2018

Israel

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Introducing Israel

22 - 29 November 2018

Israel

Staying in Jerusalem and around Lake Galilee you will visit many of the principal biblical sites of the Old and New Testament. Travelling by private coach with a local guide you will experience an introduction to the Holy Land that will be captivating. Each day holds opportunities for the stories of the Bible to become clearer though discovering the layout of the land and the customs of the culture. From the wilderness outside Jericho of the fields outside Bethlehem, onto the Mount of Olives and Calvary each day unlocks biblical truths. Heading north we sit on the hillside overlooking Galilee and even take a sail on the water. An unforgettable experience.

Organisers
Capernwray Holidays
Website
http://www.capernwray.org/introducing-israel/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
+44 01524 733908

Conferences

Reaching the world on your doorstep - Engaging with your South Asian Neighbours

24 November 2018

Emmanuel Church, High Street, Northwood, Middlesex, HA6 1AS

Conferences

Reaching the world on your doorstep - Engaging with your South Asian Neighbours

24 November 2018

Emmanuel Church, High Street, Northwood, Middlesex, HA6 1AS

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A day conference at Emmanuel Church, Northwood to look at how we might befriend, engage and share the journey to the Gospel with those around us, especially neighbours coming from different faith and cultural backgrounds. The day will include personal stories, presentations, discussion, Biblical reflections, prayer and ideas to help us to understand our mission fields and engage with others, introducing them to our Lord Jesus, through our friendship, actions and words. Registration and refreshments will begin at 10 am, with the event closing at 3.30pm.

Cost £10 per person including refreshments and an Indian lunch. Presenters will include: Gavin Calver, Matt Irvine, Dayalan Mahesan, Tim Meathrel, Manoj Raithatha, Kumar Rajagopalan, Usha Reifsnider, Helen Thorne and Kevin Wren. This event has been planned by a team from: The Evangelical Alliance (South Asian Forum), Global Connections, Interserve Great Britain and Ireland and London City Mission.

Organisers
Global Connections
Website
https://www.globalconnections.org.uk
Email
info@glabalconnections.org.uk
Phone
01926 487755

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Conferences

Business as a force for good

26 November 2018

Chaplaincy Plus

Conferences

Business as a force for good

26 November 2018

Chaplaincy Plus

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Is your business truly sustainable? Inclusive? Ethical? Want to find out more about how your business can not just strive to be the best in the world but the best for the world?
Christian Aid and the Bishop of Birmingham invite you to join them for an opportunity to explore how you can be supported to develop a more values based business which has human flourishing and care for creation at it’s heart. This event will mark the launch of a new Christian business network in the West Midlands, Salt. Sophi Tranchell, Group CEO Divine Chocolate, and Salt Member, said ‘Bringing together business people who recognise the opportunity business has to address both the causes and outcomes of poverty, and share their experiences and learn from each other, has powerful potential and could be a real catalyst for change.’ Christian Aid is working to eradicate poverty across the world, and is coming up with some innovative ways to do just that. We are inviting business leaders to work with us, and with each other, to tackle global poverty. The new Salt Business Network is open to anyone who owns a business, or is in a senior management position within a commercial organisation. It is for leaders who want to join a movement of like-minded people, who will learn about putting in place more responsible business practices, and about sustainable development, through the lens of faith.

Organisers
Christian Aid Salt
Website
https://www.christianaid.org.uk/events/salt-west-midlands-launch-business-force-good
Email
kormerod@christian-aid.org
Phone
0121 200 2283

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Conferences

Salt West Midlands launch – Business as a force for good

26 November 2018

Chaplaincy Plus

Conferences

Salt West Midlands launch – Business as a force for good

26 November 2018

Chaplaincy Plus

Is your business truly sustainable? inclusive? ethical?

Want to find out more about how your business can not just strive to be the best in the world but the best for the world?

Christian Aid and the Bishop of Birmingham invite you to join them for an opportunity to explore how you can be supported to develop a more values based business which has human flourishing and care for creation at it’s heart. This event will mark the launch of a new Christian business network in the West Midlands, Salt.

Sophi Tranchell, Group CEO Divine Chocolate, and Salt Member, said ‘Bringing together business people who recognise the opportunity business has to address both the causes and outcomes of poverty, and share their experiences and learn from each other, has powerful potential and could be a real catalyst for change.’

Christian Aid is working to eradicate poverty across the world, and is coming up with some innovative ways to do just that. We are inviting business leaders to work with us, and with each other, to tackle global poverty. The new Salt Business Network is open to anyone who owns a business, or is in a senior management position within a commercial organisation. It is for leaders who want to join a movement of like-minded people, who will learn about putting in place more responsible business practices, and about sustainable development, through the lens of faith.

Organisers
Christian Aid Salt
Website
https://www.christianaid.org.uk/events/salt-west-midlands-launch-business-force-good
Email
kormerod@christian-aid.org
Phone
0121 200 2283

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Training Events

Great Chapters of the Bible - Paul's Prayers of Thanksgiving

28 November 2018

Waverley Abbey House, Farnham, Surrey GU9 8EP

Training Events

Great Chapters of the Bible - Paul's Prayers of Thanksgiving

28 November 2018

Waverley Abbey House, Farnham, Surrey GU9 8EP

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The popular Great Chapters of the Bible series covers some of the most significant chapters in the Bible. Each course covers three aspects of study: the chapter’s significance within its book, its importance within the whole biblical redemptive narrative and the significance of the chapter to Christian life.

Philip will be focusing on the theme of Thankfulness, beginning with the Psalms and then focusing on Paul’s prayers in Ephesians; then in more depth, his prayers in Colossians through which letter Thankfulness runs like a thread.

Organisers
CWR
Website
http://www.cwr.org.uk/training/Courses?courseid=0eaa0d38-1db2-4167-9922-1094fd4e6886
Email
courses@cwr.org.uk
Phone
01252 784719

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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
http://www.garthhewitt.org
Email
isobel@amostrust.org
Phone
07976 360844

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Retreat: Living with life-changing loss following bereavement

11 December 2018

Lee Abbey, Lynton EX35 6JJ

[General]

Retreat: Living with life-changing loss following bereavement

11 December 2018

Lee Abbey, Lynton EX35 6JJ

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Grief can be overwhelming, particularly if we have lost a partner or child, or if our loved one’s passing was sudden or traumatic. The aim of this supported retreat is to better equip us to cope with our life-changing loss. We will explore the reality of grief as well as the hope Jesus offers as we consider practical and creative ways to live with our loss and journey onwards through life. This conference is held at The Beacon Centre.

You can find out more about this retreat and the leader, Abi May, at this website: Living with Loss

Organisers
Abi May
Website
https://leeabbeydevon.org.uk/programme/living-with-life-changing-loss-following-bereavement-2/
Email
livingwithloss@btinternet.com

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Christmas at Capernwray

22 - 27 December 2018

Capernwray Hall, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Christmas at Capernwray

22 - 27 December 2018

Capernwray Hall, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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Capernwray Hall is a beautiful place for a holiday at any time of the year but at Christmas we pull out all the stops! When we add the Christmas trees, lights and decorations to this grand manor house – when the fires are lit and when the house fills with adults and children it becomes a spectacular place to spend some cold wintry days. As we join together and celebrate Christmas we can never forget the arrival of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem. Our Bible teaching sessions for adults, teens and children ensure that we celebrate not only His birth, but His life and His continual presence in our lives. Join us to celebrate in style!

Organisers
Capernwray Holidays
Website
http://www.capernwray.org/christmas-at-capernwray/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
+44 01524 733908

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Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

New Year Starter

28 December 2018 - 02 January 2019

Capernwray Hall, Carnforth LA6 1AG

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

New Year Starter

28 December 2018 - 02 January 2019

Capernwray Hall, Carnforth LA6 1AG

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We love celebrating together at Capernwray. New Year Starter is a wonderful mix of people – enjoying a wonderful mix of activities. Lots of Bible teaching to end a year (two sessions in the morning and one each evening) as well as trip options, games, activities and ceilidh dancing to bring in the new year.

Organisers
Capernwray Holidays
Website
http://www.capernwray.org/new-year-starter/
Email
holidays@capernwray.org.uk
Phone
+44 01524 733908

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Training Events

Pastoring Singles

18 - 20 January 2019

NTCG Northampton, College Street, NN1 2QF

Training Events

Pastoring Singles

18 - 20 January 2019

NTCG Northampton, College Street, NN1 2QF

The Single Adult Ministry (SAM) Orientation Weekend is for anyone who wants to learn to minister to singles more effectively within the local church setting. It is the annual SAM orientation weekend of New Testament Church of God (NTCG), England & Wales, but open to all churches to attend.

Organisers
Single Adult Ministry
Website
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pastoring-singles-tickets-46930737098
Email
sam@ntcg.org.uk
Phone
01604 824230

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Activate Your Life Weekend Away

15 - 17 March 2019

De Vere Horwood Estate, Milton Keynes

Holidays / Camps / Bible Weeks

Activate Your Life Weekend Away

15 - 17 March 2019

De Vere Horwood Estate, Milton Keynes

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We believe that every woman has a special God given purpose. We have a passion to see women engage in their community and know that you can change your world just by being yourself.

Join us at Horwood House for MODIFY 2019. Our theme takes us to the heart of what Activate is all about- reaching the lost. As Paul says in 1 Corinthians 9:20-22, the way to do this is to find common ground, embracing what is similar with those you meet, without compromising on truth. Like a chameleon, we can adapt and modify our ourselves to make ourselves more approachable, more welcoming, without changing who we are and what we believe.

Organisers
Activate Your Life
Website
https://www.activateyourlife.org.uk
Email
info@activateyourlife.org.uk
Phone
0333 331 0154

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Conferences

MODIFY - Activate Your Life Weekend Away

15 - 17 March 2019

De Vere Horwood Estate, Mursley Road, Little Horwood, Milton Keynes MK17 0PH

Conferences

MODIFY - Activate Your Life Weekend Away

15 - 17 March 2019

De Vere Horwood Estate, Mursley Road, Little Horwood, Milton Keynes MK17 0PH

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We believe that every woman has a special God given purpose. We have a passion to see women engage in their community and know that you can change your world just by being yourself.

Join us at Horwood House for MODIFY 2019. Our theme takes us to the heart of what Activate is all about- reaching the lost. As Paul says in 1 Corinthians 9:20-22, the way to do this is to find common ground, embracing what is similar with those you meet, without compromising on truth. Like a chameleon, we can adapt and modify our ourselves to make ourselves more approachable, more welcoming, without changing who we are and what we believe.

To the Jews I became like a Jew, to win the Jews. To those under the law I became like one under the law (though I myself am not under the law), so as to win those under the law. To those not having the law I became like one not having the law (though I am not free from God’s law but am under Christ’s law), so as to win those not having the law. To the weak I became weak, to win the weak. I have become all things to all people so that by all possible means I might save some. 1 Corinthians 9:20-22

Women of all ages welcome ... *check out our "Miss Activate" section of the website... bring your teen with you for a weekend of fun and learning together.

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Organisers
Activate Your Life
Website
https://www.activateyourlife.org.uk/modify-2019-weekend-away/
Email
admin@activateyourlife.org.uk

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