Once again, owing to the ongoing pandemic restrictions, we cannot meet in one place for our normal annual conference but we shall be holding various online meetings and making available talks and reports in both audio and video format. The conference will take place on Friday 7th, Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th May.

Our theme will be GODHEAD AND MISSION, looking at four specific topics:

  • Jesus and Mission
  • The Holy Spirit and Mission
  • God the Father and Mission
  • Our individual missions

 Our speaker this year will be Revd Dr Keith Warrington, BA, MA, PhD, who is "Reader in Pentecostal Studies" at Regents Theological College, West Malvern in Worcestershire. He spends much of his time preaching and teaching, both in the UK and abroad. He has established teaching programmes for church leaders and, with his wife, Judy, runs a programme called "Word and Spirit" with the purpose of helping Christians engage with the Bible in ways that are transformative and enjoyable. He has written ten books and many articles for journals and booklets. He has two married children and five grand-daughters.

Revd Dr Keith WarringtonThe conference will include:

  • a prayer meeting on the Friday evening;
  • main talks by Revd Dr Warrington;
  • a talk about the Welsh Language Bible and Scripture resources by Arfon Jones of the Bible Society;
  • reports from various MissionAssist coordinators;
  • a "Question-and-Answer" session with the Trustees and our CEO, Revd Daryl Richardson;
  • communion service (via Zoom) on Sunday afternoon.

Further details on how to log in to Zoom meetings and how to access the various talks and reports from our website will be published in our Members' section from Monday 3rd May.

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