Leadership Conference 2017: North

Leadership Conference 2017: North

Gathering leaders to be equipped, encouraged and empowered to change churches, community and culture
Date: 
Mon, 13 Mar 2017 14:00 to Wed, 15 Mar 2017 12:45
Venue: 
Saint Philips Chapel Street, 2 Wilton Place, Salford, M3 6FR

Description

Leaders are at the heart of our vision to see local churches changing nations. Leaders in ministry, in the workplace and in the community. Leaders who have a passion to see our communities and our culture renewed by the power of the Holy Spirit. Leaders who want to be part of something bigger. 

Holding our Leadership Conference at four locations across England allows us to better enable leaders to build the Kingdom of God together under a common regional identity within their local community. We encourage you and your teams to book on and join us for what promises to be a significant week in the life of the New Wine family. Together we will encounter God for ourselves, be challenged by both God’s word and impactful leadership principles, and spend time together with our teams and other leaders. 

Speakers

Debby Wright leads Trent Vineyard in Nottingham with her husband John.
Stuart Bell is the Senior Pastor of Alive Church, a growing multi-site church with several locations in the UK.
Paul Harcourt is New Wine's National Leader and vicar at All Saints Woodford Wells
Bishop Libby Lane Libby is Bishop of Stockport. She was the first female bishop to be appointed in the Church of England.
Luke Smith is part of the Fusion team, connecting churches with the student generation.
Ben Woodfield leads Oldhams Church, a church plant on an estate in Bolton. God called him to live on estates when he was 17 years old.
Rick Otto is the Head of Children's Ministry for New Wine.
Lee Kirkby is Head of Youth and Children at The Belfrey, York, runs The Storehouse (youth and kids' centre) and leads the main Sunday morning congregation.
Gareth Robinson is New Wine's Regional Director for the North West.
Linda Maslen is a trustee of New Wine, curate at Christ Church Pellon and St Augustine's Halifax, as well as leading Saturday Gathering.

Cost

Age (as at 17 March 2017)

Super Early Bird - full fees received on or before 30 September 2016

Early Bird - full fees received on or before 31 January 2017

Full fees received after 31 January 2017

Over 30 years£55£65£75
 Leaders in Training£40£50£60

30 and under

£25

£35£45

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you're a Leader in Training over 30 years old, to take advantage of the discounted price you'll need to be a member of the Leadership Network - click here to sign up.

Once you've joined the network, book your place and pay the deposit only, then drop us a line at info@new-wine.org and we'll update your ticket price.

 

Day tickets 

DayTimeCost
Mon 13 Mar14.00-21.00£21.50
Mon 13 Mar (evening)19.00-21.00£5.50
Tue 14 Mar09.15-21.00£37.50
Tue 14 Mar (evening)19.00-21.00£5.50
Wed 15 Mar09.15-12.45£16.00

 

Programme

Programme may be subject to change. Further details will be confirmed nearer to the time of the event.

Mon 13 Mar                

14.00-15.30     Paul Harcourt: 'Thinking clearly, walking confidently'

15.30-16.00     Break  

16.00-17.30     Bishop Libby Lane: 'Unity within diversity'

17.30-19.30     Dinner

19.30-21.00     Debby Wright: 'There's more'

           

Tue 14 Mar                 

09.15-10.45     Luke Smith: 'Mission styles' 

10.45-11.15     Break  

11.15-12.45     Ben Woodfield: 'God and brokenness'

12.45-14.00     Lunch 

14.00-15.30     Rick Otto & Lee Kirkby

15.30-16.00     Break  

16.00-17.30     Praying for our region/nation - led by a team from St Michael Le Belfrey, York

17.30-19.30     Dinner

19.30-21.00     Gareth Robinson: 'Stones and ripples: leadership principles to impact the church and beyond'

                       

Wed 15 Mar                

09.15-10.45     Stuart Bell: 'What I know now about the "ministry" that I wish I knew when I was younger'

10.45-11.15     Break  

11.15-12.45     Linda Maslen

 

Accommodation

Accommodation is not included in the cost of your ticket. 

 

Local accommodation

 

Premier Inn
North Tower
Victoria Bridge St
Manchester
M3 5AS
 
Premier Inn
7-11 Lower Mosley St
Manchester
M2 3DW
 
The Gardens Hotel
55 Piccadilly
Manchester
M1 2AP
 
The Mitre Hotel
1-3 Cathedral Approach
Manchester
M3 1SW
 
Stay Inn
55 Blackfriars Rd
Manchester
M3 7DB
 
The Ainscow Hotel
Trinity Way
Salford
M3 5EN

 

Please note: This information has been provided by churches in the Salford area. New Wine cannot accept any responsibility for the quality of accommodation at these establishments.

Terms and Conditions

1. Places can be reserved with a £15 deposit per person, but full fees must be received by 20 February 2017 at the latest. 

2. All cancellations incur a £15 per person administration fee.

3. All cancellations must be received in writing by 20 February 2017 otherwise full fees will be forfeited.

4. Bookings are transferable for a £5 per person administration fee if requested in writing.

5. Holiday insurance is recommended in case of unforseen circumstances.

6. In the unlikely event of changes to the programme or speakers we are unable to offer refunds. 

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