Urban Forum: South West 2019
'God's Urban Kingdom'
We look forward to welcoming you to Bristol! 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 invaluable time to meet with like-minded people who know and understand your situation.
*PLEASE NOTE - Registration for this event will begin from 12.30pm*
Programme for the day and speakers are still to be confirmed. Please check back here for updates!
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.
This event is non-residential. If you’ve not already arranged accommodation, there are a range of local B&Bs and guest houses. Have a look online for more details.
Travel & Parking
St Andrew’s Church is located 1mile away from M5 Junction 18, and about 50m from Avonmouth railway station. Parking is available on site for 30 cars (+ free parking on local streets)
If you have any additional needs or dietay requirements, we would be grateful if you could let us know by Tuesday 29th October, so that the necessary provisions may be made prior to your arrival. Email email@example.com or call 020 8567 6717.
Chris leads Langworthy Community Church in inner city Salford, and is a tutor and lecturer in theology at St Mellitus College, North West.
Andy heads up New Wine’s Urban Ministry. He is Archdeacon of Bradford, having previously been a vicar in Birmingham.
Sam is National Director of the Eden Network, and is focussed on growing the health and reach of the network across the UK.
Stephen has been Vicar of St Budeaux Parish Church since 2001 in an area of Plymouth described as 'inner city, nice views'.
Price includes all meals (not breakfast) and refreshments, including dinner on the first day.
It does not include accommodation