Apply now for our Midlands Ministry Training Course 2019/20. The course starts Tuesday 17th September (Birmingham) or Thursday 19th September (Nottingham) and the terms run as follows.
Autumn term : 17 / 19 Sept – 10 / 12 Dec (H-T: 29 / 31 Oct) Spring term: 14 / 16 Jan – 31 Mar / 2 Apr (H-T: 18 / 20 Feb) Summer term: 28/ 30 Apr – 7/ 9 July (H-T: 26 / 28 May)
Please see the
Training page for more details and apply online.
You can now apply to attend our Midlands Ministry Training Course 2018/19, starting Tuesday 18th September (Birmingham) or Thursday 20th September (Nottingham).
Please see the
Training page for more details. You can either download the application form or you can apply online. Talks from the MGP Leaders’ Conference – Multiply – are now available on the audio archive page.
Leaders’ Conference – Multiply – will be held on Thursday 17th May 2018, from 10.00am – 4.00pm at St. Stephen’s Church, Birmingham.
Main speaker is Neil Powell, pastor of City Church Birmingham and one of the founders of a church planting movement
The audio from the January 2018 Compelled by Love conference is now on the
audio archive page.
There are 2 main talks from Roger Carswell and two seminars – ‘Evangelism through the local church’ by Richard Lacey and ‘Evangelism for the rest of us’ by Andy Weatherley.
News of an MMTC Lite Course being run in the evening this April:
MMTC Lite: Northampton Mondays 16th, 23rd and 30th April 2018 Moulton parish church hall, Church hill, Northampton NN3 7SW
Further information available on the
MMTC Lite page.
Part of the MMTC course, a great opportunity to get to grips with a Bible book or a doctrine in one day.
Our next ‘In a Day’ day is set to take place in Birmingham this time.
EZRA – Thursday 1st February 2018, 10:00-4:00, St Stephen’s Church, Birmingham
For more details, please see the
In a Day page
The audio from the February 2017 Raising up leaders conference is now on the
conferences page. There’s the bible exposition from Paul Hancock, 2 main talks from Chris Green and the seminars on Training women by Leonie Mason and What no leaders? by Tim Hanson