We would love you to join us for the Faith in Later Life Conference! Here’s all the info you need…
The conference will be taking place on Zoom on Saturday 17th September 2022, 9am-1pm, and will be all about how we can experience and celebrate life in all its fullness in later life, and how we as the church can be a part of that.
Single tickets are on sale now for £5, or alternatively, if you would like to host an in-person gathering yourself to watch the seminars together and talk about what’s being discussed, you can purchase a host ticket for £15 which will include a collection of resources to aid in taking your discussions further.
We’ll be joined by Lou Fellingham who will be leading worship, many of you know Lou from her service to the UK worship music scene, as well as her more recent Wednesday Worship.
We’ll also be joined by James Newcombe is the Bishop of the Diocese of Carlisle, and the co-chair of Re-imagining Care, a commission set up by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York. He is the Lead Bishop on Health and Social Care and medical ethics and sits in the House of Lords. We’re so excited to hear what he has to say to us.
Then we’ll hear from Jason Gardner who is the resource church leader at St Luke’s Blackburn alongside his wife Rachel. They landed in East Lancs in 2021 with the express focus on creating a faith family that would connect with all ages and their local community on the Bank Top and the Galligreaves Estate.
Finally, we’ll be hearing from Jamie Hill, the CEO of Faith in Later Life. Jamie has a wide experience of Christian leadership having held various leadership roles, and has led teams of many sizes. He is passionate about evangelism, collaboration and cross- generational ministry. Jamie is a worship leader and part of Ramp Church in Manchester, where he lives with his family.
Grace and Peace from all of us at the Faith in Later Life team!