Urban Forum: North 2019

Urban Forum: North 2019

Wednesday, October 16, 2019 - 10:30am to Thursday, October 17, 2019 - 4:00pm

Christians Against Poverty (CAP), Jubilee Centre, Jermyn St, Bradford, BD1 4EJ

Description

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** Bookings are now closed for this event. There will be a number of tickets available on the door**

 

'God's Urban Kingdom'

We look forward to welcoming you to Bradford! Led by experienced leaders in urban ministry, this two-day forum will feature inspiring yet down-to-earth talks, practical seminars with powerful times of worship and opportunities to receive personal prophetic ministry. There will also be an invaluable time to meet with like-minded people who know and understand your situation.

This forum seeks to support, envision and equip urban leaders and disciples, enabling them to make a sustained impact for the Kingdom.

*PLEASE NOTE - Registration for this event will begin from 10am*

Programme

Programme for the day can be found above by downloading the advance information or further down this page.

Tickets

Once purchased, tickets will be available for download and printing from your New Wine account. Please remember to bring your printed ticket letter with you to gain admission and receive your event wristband.

Accommodation

This event is non-residential. If you’ve not already arranged accommodation, there are a range of local B&Bs and guest houses close to the venue.

Additional Needs

If you have any additional needs or dietay requirements, we would be grateful if you could let us know by 1st October, so that the necessary provisions may be made prior to your arrival. Email info@new-wine.org or call 020 8567 6717.

Speakers

Chris Lane

Chris leads Langworthy Community Church in inner city Salford, and is a tutor and lecturer in theology at St Mellitus College, North West.

Andy Jolley

Andy heads up New Wine’s Urban Ministry. He is Archdeacon of Bradford, having previously been a vicar in Birmingham.

Linda Maslen

Linda is New Wine's Regional Director for the North East and Yorkshire and Leader of Fountains Church Bradford.

Mark Miller

is vicar of Stockton Parish Church and is passionate about connecting faith in Jesus to those who think the church has no relevance to them.

Rev Ben Woodfield

Ben leads Oldhams Church, a church plant on an estate in Bolton. He is also the co-leader of the Antioch Church Planting Network in MCR Diocese.

John McGinley

John is Vicar of Holy Trinity Church in Leicester, husband, dad and official dog walker of Monty the Springer Spaniel.

Bishop Toby Howarth

Toby is the current Bishop of Bradford, a post he has held since 2014.

Pricing

Ticket Level
Price
Standard Ticket £75
Day Ticket - Wednesday £50
Day Ticket - Thursday £35

Price includes all meals (not breakfast) and refreshments, including dinner on the first day.

It does not include accommodation

Programme

Wednesday 16 October
Arrivals 10:00-10:30
Welcome and Worship 10:30-11:00
Urban Stories from Bradford 11:00-11:30
Talk - Chris Lane 11:30-12:15
Ministry Time 12:15-12:30
Networking 12:30-13:00
Lunch (Provided) 13:00-14:00
Talk - Chris Lane 14:00-15:30
Tea/Coffee Break 15:30-16:00
10 Minute Top Tips 16:00-17:00
Panel Q&A 17:00-17:30
Free Time 17:30-18:00
Dinner (provided) 18:00-19:30
Talk - Bishop Toby Howarth (Bishop of Bradford) 19:30-20:30
Thursday 17 October
Welcome and Worship 09:30-10:00
Talk - Working with CAP 10:00-11:00
Tea/Coffee Break 11:00-11:30
Seminars 11:30-12:15
Seminars 12:15-13:00
Lunch (provided) 13:00-14:00
Worship 14:00-14:30
Talk - John McGinley 14:30-15:30
Commissioning 15:30-16:00