Friday 6 and Saturday 7 October 2017: Movement Day UK in London

A movement is happening across the world, born out of unity with a dream to see the physical, social and spiritual transformation of our towns and cities. 

Movement Day UK  is a two day event where leaders from churches and those working in business, engage in a unique conversation as we imagine a better future for our places of work. It will draw together people from cities and towns across the UK who are involved in the arts, health, politics, local government, media, and education and who want to explore the role of faith in equipping believers for their vocation. It is an initiative of The New York City Leadership Center (NYCLC), a not-for-profit ministry focused on training Christian leaders to impact their cities.

In partnership with Global Connections, South Asian Forum and London City Mission, South Asian Concern is part of the Global Church track with seminars and workshops on the Saturday. This track will explore how the best principles of overseas mission are relevant and helpful to those reaching out in the UK. It will tap into the shared expertise of different organisations and will use a combination of teaching, interview, testimony and panel discussions.

Kevin Wren (SAC Director) was among the UK delegates at Movement Day in New York in 2016. He is excited and encouraged that there will be a Movement Day UK in London this year. Ram Gidoomal (Chair of Trustees) is one of the speakers and SAC is planning to have a ‘stand’ where you can buy resources and speak to staff.

Movement Day UKDate:   Friday 6 October and Saturday 7 October 2017

Time:   Friday from 10.00am (including evening sessions), Saturday from 10.00am until 5.30pm

Venue: Methodist Central Hall, Westminster, London SW1H 9NH

Cost:     £75 per person (for ticket information click here)

Be inspired – make new friends – build new partnerships – form new networks with like minded cultural leaders and compassionate change makers. Be a part of this unique conversation as together we imagine a better future for our places.