4th February 2020 - 6th February 2020
In partnership with Living Leadership, this conference is a place where church leaders and their spouses can receive from the Lord for the refreshment of their life and ministry. A 3-day mini-break specially tailored to the needs of leaders.
Refreshment and encouragement through Bible talks, seminars, prayer and space
With its deep emphasis on experiencing God’s grace, the annual Pastoral Refreshment Conference is regularly described as an essential oasis where church leaders and their spouses can receive from the Lord for the refreshment of life and ministry.
This three-day spiritual mini-break is an essential oasis for church leaders and their spouses. It is an opportunity to be refreshed by God for life and ministry.
You’ll find a place to receive input, to be prayed for and to be encouraged in ways specially tailored to the needs of leaders. Come once and you will want to become a regular.
“This conference is not to be missed – it blessed and refreshed me beyond any expectation, I met with God at every turn, and also enjoyed fellowship and laughter, and excellent worship too!” - Vivienne Alexander (Feb 2018 conference)
Steve Midgley is the Senior Minister at Christ Church Cambridge and the Executive Director of Biblical Counselling UK. Steve’s interest in biblical counselling developed through taking the courses provided by CCEF (The Christian Counselling and Educational Foundation) and he is now a Visiting Lecturer in biblical counselling at Oak Hill College as well as a Board Member of CCEF. Before beginning full time church ministry 20 years ago, Steve trained as a psychiatrist.
Sung Worship Leader
David lives in Dumfries, in south west Scotland, and is one of the worship leaders at Dumfries Baptist Church. He is married to Shona and they have returned to live in Dumfries during 2017 having previously lived in Crete for 18 months. David has toured extensively throughout the UK and Europe as a musician and has recorded three CDs: dreams & visions (1998), in the mirror (2001) and Even in the darkest moment (2009).