Peter Rollins weekend - Godly Mayhem

Peter Rollins weekend - Godly Mayhem

The speakers are all leading voices in the Emerging Church movement. The conference will question where Christendom has gone wrong. It will explore new ways of rethinking the role of church life.

Start Date:
Friday 14th November 2014
Start Time:
The Hayes Centre, Swanwick, Alfreton, Derbyshire, DE55 1AU
Paul Onslow
07815 685047
Peter Rollins with Katharine Sarah Moody and George Elerick
£210 for full weekend. (£70 students and SCM members, £195 PCN members). SECOND TICKET DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE.

Peter is originally from Northern Ireland where he founded the Ikon community in Belfast. A provocative author and speaker, he describes himself as part of the Emergent Church dialogue. His most popular books include “How (Not) to Speak of God” and “The Idolatry of God”. He critiques the church for selling God as the answer to our uncertainty and dissatisfaction. ‘You can’t be satisfied; life is difficult; you don’t know the secret.’ The good news of Christianity, he argues, is about living in the midst of unknowing and brokenness.

Two other Emergent Church speakers from the UK, George Elerick and Katharine Sarah Moody, will be joining us and leading sessions. The weekend is arranged by PCN Britain in partnership with the Student Christian Movement.

The programme will be a mixture of talks, panels and workshops with some lighthearted entertainment on the Saturday evening. We aim to end with a service reflecting the themes of the weekend. Read the full programme and speaker biogs

In order to attract younger Christians we are working with SCM to offer a number of subsidised tickets for students. The student discounts apply to all members of SCM who can be graduates of the last three years as well as current students. To gain the student discount you must join SCM, which costs £1.

For details of other special offers including second ticket discounts of up to £50, see below.

Conference lead: Paul Onslow:, 07815 685047. Conference secretary Andy Vivian: 01594 516528

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