The Hub 2022 news

On the Journey into Ministry? Announcing The Hub 2022

The Hub is back! Truth is, it never disappeared. It just snuck off and went online for a year, like many other of our initiatives. But for 2022, we're planning to be back in person and that's great news.

It's great news because churches have not stopped thinking about identifying, training, and sending out men and women to serve in all kinds of roles in the local church and beyond. And The Hub conference is the way that we help you in this great endeavour.

The Hub 2022

For 2022, we're heading for a new venue: Woodland Grange Conference Centre near Leamington Spa and Warwick. Its central location makes it ideal for travelling. But much of the aim and content of the weekend has not changed.

As before, we want to help individuals and couples think clearly about their journey into ministry. We don't over-reach: we're not trying to replace the primacy of the local church in making these decisions. Nevertheless, we also see great value in gathering those showing interest and providing help, teaching, and prayer as they make life-changing decisions.

So, who should come?

The Hub is for those in your church who are considering ministry or training for ministry. We'd love to see them there. Those who come always speak highly of the weekend. It may even be suitable for you to sow some early seeds of “think about ministry”.

And it's not just classic pastor-teacher roles: we long to see those who might serve in all kinds of different ways. We love to see couples too, where individuals are married. Entering Christian ministry is such a major decision, it should be taken together.

For 2022, we're joined by Sam Gibb who will be teaching us from God's word. Sam is the pastor of Hope Church Vauxhall and just a few years ago Sam and Charlie were themselves delegates at the Hub: it's a great story of how the Lord has led them to this point. They will both be with us for the weekend.

In addition, we will be joined by most of the FIEC staff team and a number of further helpers. Between them there is a wealth of experience and they have committed to using the time to serve all those who attend.

Booking and costs

Could you pass the event link on to someone in your church today and plan as church leaders to prayerfully consider who might benefit from being with us?

The weekend costs £195 per person or £300 for a married couple - including accommodation and all meals. We run from Friday evening (7 January) to Sunday lunchtime (9 January) with plenty of time to listen to God's word, learn from others, and pray together.

If you're not sending anyone, will you pray for us? The Lord has greatly used this conference in the past, and we're praying he would continue to do so.

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