Men's Breakfast

A great opportunity for men to gather together, network with others and be inspired by our guest speakers.
at Mulberry House Hotel, Chelmsford Road, High Ongar, CM5 9NL (on the A414 itself).

The meeting costs £15.00 which includes a full English breakfast with tea or coffee and toast (and enables us to give a financial gift to our speaker's ministry). Scroll down to see our speakers.

Health and safety measures: We will have ventilation in meetings and maintain social distancing where possible. Please wear a face-covering during the meeting if you prefer, even when not mandatory.

To book please ring 01277 365398 option 4 or email admin@nctuk.org

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Carl Knightly, London City Mission

SATURDAY 5th February 2022, 8.45am to 10.30am
at Mulberry House Hotel, Chelmsford Road, High Ongar, CM5 9NL

Mobilising for mission: Reaching the least reached and those on the margins of society

Founded in 1835, London City Mission (LCM) works throughout London alongside gospel focused churches seeking to encourage and equip them, walking alongside them and providing training. They help build the capacity of churches to effectively engage with individuals and groups in their communities who are least likely to hear the good news of Jesus. This includes people who might be homeless; older people isolated on a housing estate without a Christian presence; those in prison; children and youth who have never heard about Jesus; or those from another religious group.

Join Carl for a morning of breakfast and fellowship as he shares about the ministry of LCM and how God’s Word underpins all that LCM seek to do.

Carl Knightly is the Director of Church Networks at London City Mission and a member of their leadership team. Carl is passionate about seeing churches equipped to share the love of God and the good news of the Lord Jesus Christ with people and communities yet to hear it. Carl joined LCM in summer 2021 and said, “I am delighted to be joining London City Mission at an exciting time of growth. In many ways, this gospel work has never felt so important as society continues to grapple with the pandemic and its impact".

For enquiries or to book please ring 01277 365398 option 4 or email admin@nctuk.org

Rev Cris Rogers. What it means to be a man of God

WEDNESDAY 4th May 2022 8.15am to 10am (earlier time to avoid traffic and so those who work can return at a reasonable time)
at Mulberry House Hotel, Chelmsford Road, High Ongar, CM5 9NL

“When I realised what it meant to be a real man of God and not what I had grown up thinking.”

Cris is a Church of England minister, church planter, doctorate student, artist, maker and Star Wars fan. Cris and his wife Beki together lead All Hallows Bow, a highly missional church in East London. Cris has a deep passion for discipleship and apprenticeship in the way of Jesus. Cris also hosts a weekly Discipleship Podcast called “Making Disciples with Cris Rogers” and at present is the interim Chair of Spring Harvest.

For enquiries or to book please ring 01277 365398 option 4 or email admin@nctuk.org