Hello and welcome to the North Area page!
Here you'll find information about everything that's happening in our zones, training & conference details.
4pm 26th October 2018 - 3pm 28th October 2018
Kingswood Centre, Conisbrough, DN12 4EA
Held at: City Life Church Sunderland, 170 Hylton Road, Sunderland, SR4 6EX at 7.30pm
NEXT MEETING TBC
Held at: The Hub Church Rotherham, 103 Canklow Road, Rotherham S60 2JF at 10am-12pm with lunch served.
NEXT MEETING TBC
NEXT MEETING Saturday 15th September
Held at: Wythenshawe Community Church, Crossacres Road, Wythenshawe M22 5BS at 9.30am-12.45pm for coffee and registration.
With guest speaker Grayson Jones.
ADVANCE meetings are just for Pastors and their specially invited leadership teams. Click here for more information and to book in now.
Booking closes on Tuesday 11th September.
Let's Talk Church/Church Structure
Tuesday 20th November at 9.30am at Mattersey Hall Bible College. (Please note this is an amended date change)
BOOKING FOR THIS TRAINING DAY WILL OPEN SOON.
Applying Church & Provisional Churches Training Day
AoG NORTH SUPPORTING HOPE FOR JUSTICE
Hope For Justice work here in the UK (as well as in the USA, Norway and Cambodia). We exist to bring an end to modern slavery by rescuing victims, restoring lives and reforming society. I am the Regional Development Manager here in the North and my role is to work alongside churches in the region. My region covers up to the Scottish borders and down to Lancashire / Yorkshire.
We offer a few things that are of value:
Hope Sunday - we offer a speaker to come to a church on a Sunday and speak about modern slavery and the work we do, we often find people simply aren't aware about modern slavery or think it happens only abroad. The slot would usually last about 30 minutes and includes a video and then we describe our work. There is no reason this couldn't be done at a midweek church event. If after a speaker has been to a church, and there is appetite, churches can become official partners with Hope For Justice.
Training - we offer training in spotting the signs of slavery and human trafficking, ideal for groups of volunteers such as those working in food-banks & soup kitchens or those working with refugees and the homeless. Awareness is key and can lead to identification and rescue of victims. (The other training type activity that Hope For Justice deliver (not as directly related to churches but good for business networks) is direct with corporate businesses and that is focused on slavery in the supply chains and responsibilities businesses have under section 54 of the Modern Day Slavery Act.
Abolition Groups - small groups of like minded people (friends / colleagues) who get together and help us raise awareness about the issue, raise funds for our work and act on things such as campaigns or gathering information or things to help our hubs.
Thanks and please get in touch if you are interested in any of the above.
Regional Development Manager (North)