Peter is Minister-at-large of Keswick Ministries. He retired from the role of International Director of Operation Mobilisation in August 2013. He now serves as International Director Emeritus. His new role gives more time for preaching and teaching which today is his main ministry role.
Faith in the Second Half (FISH)
4th May 2020 - 7th May 2020
We are partnering with Faith in Later Life (www.faithinlaterlife.org) to bring you a conference about faith in the second half of life.
Whether you are firmly in later life, have retired recently, or are reflecting on what life looks like now your children have left home, this stream of seminars aims to provide teaching and insight into a variety of aspects of later life. You may be someone who wants some practical ideas about how to engage older people in your local community, or how to care for an elderly family member or friend, or someone with dementia. Or you may be reflecting on how to best prepare for later life and wonder what the Bible has to say about older age.
Inspire, equip and empower those in the second half of life, to live for Christ.
For those in second half of life (empty-nesters/soon to retire/retired);
£65 without accommodation
Find own accommodation or accommodation available at centre. £65 for 3 nights – contact Carolyn at firstname.lastname@example.org’ to book.
Revd Dr James Robson
Revd Dr James Robson is Ministry Director for Keswick Ministries. Before joining the organisation, he served as Senior Tutor and Tutor in Old Testament and Hebrew, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. Previously he taught at Oak Hill College, London. His passion is that the whole of the Bible should shape the whole of the church to the glory of God.
Dr Garry Williams
Garry Williams is Director of the Pastors’ Academy at London Seminary. He is a visiting professor at Westminster Theological Seminary and an adjunct professor at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in the USA. He serves as an elder at ChristChurch, Harpenden.
Dr Philip Giddings
Dr Philip Giddings is an Anglican Lay Minister based in Reading where he taught Politics at the University and wrote about Parliament and Public Administration. Twice widowed, he wrote – with others - Talking About Dying , Wilberforce Publications 2017. He served on the CofE’s General Synod for 30 years and chaired its Mission and Public Affairs Council from 2003 to 2011.
Pippa Cramer is Pastoral Care and Seniors Coordinator at Holy Trinity Church, Claygate in Surrey. She is an Occupational Therapist by training and worked for many years in the NHS specialising in neuro-rehabilitation and care of the elderly.
Rev. Roger Hitchings
Roger has spent almost 50 years working with older people, with Age UK and then in full-time pastoral ministry. Roger speaks and writes around how understanding Bible teaching should enhance the way we minister with people in their later years.
Janet has spent over fifty years in nursing and caring for older people. She trained as a psychogeriatric nurse before managing residential care homes for older people. She considers it a privilege to share her experiences and knowledge.
Louise is an author of leading books on dementia and old age and is a frequent contributor to Christian media. A Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, Louise also currently heads up Media and External relations activity for Pilgrims’ Friend Society.
Carl leads ‘Faith in Later Life’, a national Christian charity seeking to provide a focal point for churches ministries with older people. Carl previously headed up communications activity for Pilgrims’ Friend Society; and leads evangelism and outreach at his church.
Dave Fenton Dave is a former trustee of the Keswick Convention who served in various ways including youth and programming. After a lifelong and continuing interest in youth ministry he is now working on ‘Active Retirement’ issues and is the ambassador for AfterWorkNet. He is married to Heather and serves as Honorary Associate Minister at Christ Church Winchester.