If you are interested in All Nations attending your conference then please email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will see if we can help.
Conferences that we regularly attend:
The Christian Medical Fellowship unites and equips Christian doctors. We were formed in 1949 and currently have over 4,000 UK doctors and around 800 UK medical students as members. Their aims cover a range to do with discipleship, evangelism, mission & values.
Greenbelt is a collision of the arts, faith and justice. Engaged with culture, inspired by the arts, sustained by faith, they aspire to be an open generous community reimagining the Christian narrative for the present moment. This mission is primarily lived out annually, over the August Bank Holiday weekend when we host a rich programme of music, visual and performing arts, spirituality, comedy, and talks and discussion.
Mission-Net is both a bi-annual congress and a growing movement amongst Europe’s young Christians (16 – 30 years old). Mission-Net exists to encourage and promote Mission-Net movements at a national and regional level across Europe; and to bring young Christians together for mutual encouragement, teaching, training and mobilisation at the Mission-Net congress every two years.
This is the part of Soul Survivor that aims to resource, equip and encourage students and 20/30 somethings. There are two Momentum events that run each year.
New Wine is a movement of churches working together to change the nation through a network of church leaders, National Gatherings, training events and resources.
For more than 40 years Opwekking organizes the annual Pentecost conference, a place where thousands of Christians from different denominations and churches celebrate Pentecost together. All Nations made its first appearence in 2015 and look forward to returning.
Oxford Inter-collegiate Christian Union (OICCU) is a student-led community who want to share the phenomenal news of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection with every student in their university. They focus on equipping and envisioning Oxford University’s Christians and sharing the reason that we think Christianity is relevant, intellectually rigorous and powerful with the wider student body.