We are thrilled to announce that Alan Scott and Natalie Williams will be speaking at Embrace 2018 at The Ridgeway Centre, Milton Keynes. This conference will focus on both encountering the Father and impacting our towns, cities and nation. Come expecting to deepen your relationship with the Father, and to be inspired to share your story with those who do not yet know Jesus as Lord and friend.
We will be starting at 19:00 on the Friday evening and running all day on Saturday.
The ticket price includes refreshments. On Saturday please bring a packed lunch with you.
The conference venue is The Ridgeway Centre in Wolverton Mill South, Milton Keynes. This excellent conference facility has ample on-site parking and is fully wheel-chair accessible.
Please note that we are not able to provide childcare for this event.
Alan Scott was the founding and lead pastor of the Causeway Coast Vineyard Church. Since its beginning the Church grew through scattered servants bringing life to the city. The Church has planted several other churches and is the originator and catalyst for the healing on the streets movement.
He is a visionary leader, gifted communicator, and a prophetic voice who seeks to bring together biblical principles and supernatural power in a way that supplies the destiny of ordinary people. His passion involves raising up trusted rulers who are kingdom carriers that change the culture.
Alan now lives in Orange County California, where he enjoys dating his wife Kathryn, raising his two girls, being with friends and thinking and dreaming of ways to lead the church beyond the building. Alan will also be preaching at both of the New Life Church sites on Sunday 4th March 2018. Join us at 10:00am at Wolverton Mill Site or 10:45am at the Fox Milne Site.
Natalie grew up in a working class family in Hastings, one of the most deprived areas of Britain, and was the first person in her family to go to university. She has an MA in Political Communications, and after graduating, she worked as a journalist in London and Beijing.
She now works for King’s Church Hastings, where she oversees communications and social action, and for the national charity Jubilee+. She is a co-author of two key books: The myth of the undeserving poor and A church for the poor. The latter, published in 2017, challenges common reactions to poverty in the UK, and suggests more biblically grounded alternatives, and biblical ways to help tackle poverty.
Tickets are available through our Evenbrite site. Don't miss out on the early bird price of just £24.50. This is available until mid-February. You will save £10 by booking early, so click on the link below today!
SSL Alumni - a special rate is available to you via the SSL Alumni programme on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please get in touch with the SSL Alumni team for details.