Following on from our first ever Leadership Conference two years ago, we are returning to Milton Keynes for this year’s Conference from 21st-22nd June 2019. It’s two days of leadership training, workshops and worship to help you embrace a fresh vision for God’s Kingdom, for those leading both in the workplace and in the church. Our theme this year is ‘Wells not walls’, where we’ll be looking at how to live and thrive in a post-Christian culture, and we are going to be joined by three fantastic speakers for our main sessions. Here’s a bit about each of them:

Rachel Gardner

Rachel is a Christian leader, speaker and author of best-selling books include ‘Beloved’, ‘The Girl-Deconstruction Project’ and ‘The Dating Dilemma’. She is a founding director of the Romance Academy, the Relationship Lead at Youthscape, and speaks widely to represent and shape Christian thought in the UK, especially among the post-millennial generation and those who desire to reach them. She brought an incredible message on reaching the post-Christian generation at our Leader’s Day in January, and we are delighted to welcome her back for our Leadership Conference this year!

Glen Scrivener

Glen is an evangelist and director of the ministry, Speak Life, and is passionate about people meeting Christ and equipping Christians to share their faith. He’s often found speaking at Churches and Universities, in the studio producing online media or in his office, writing books including ‘321’, ‘Love Story’, ‘Divine Comedy’ and ‘Long Story Short’. Glen spoke powerfully at our 2018 Catalyst Festival, and his unique blend of gospel-shaped encouragement, incisive cultural analysis and Australian wit is not to be missed!

Simon Holley

Simon leads the Catalyst team along with the Kings Arms Church in Bedford, and supports and teaches at Churches around the world. His heart is to see ordinary believers walk into an encounter with God’s love for them and to equip them to take that message out into the world with demonstrations of the power of God. Whenever Simon shares, he brings something that shapes who we are as a movement, and his sessions at this year’s Leadership Conference promise to be essential training for leaders in the church and workplace as we move forward together.
Catalyst is a movement of churches raising world-changers, and this year’s Leadership Conference is designed to do exactly that – to inspire, equip and refresh you to change the world around you, whatever that may look like. So whether you are involving in leading in your workplace, community or church, please do join us for what is set to be a transformative couple of days. Tickets are only £49, including food and evening entertainment on the Friday night, and you can find all the details and book on here. Look forward to seeing you there!

By Richard Bowpitt

Rich helps look after communications for Catalyst and also works for Oasis Church, Birmingham. He’s a fan of sharing stories that connect people together, Portsmouth FC, and Test Match Cricket!