At our 2018 Conference we are looking at the answers to three big questions.
Can these bones live?
Who do you say I am?
What must I do to be saved?
CEO & Director of Advocacy, CMJ UK
Alex was born in London in 1961 and grew up mainly in Worcestershire and Sussex. He became a Christian in his early teenage years. Following on from this, a call to Christian ministry developed. This call was tested and Alex began training for ordination as a Minister of word and sacrament within the United Reformed Church.
After training at Northern College and Manchester University, he was ordained in 1985 and began his first ministry in a pastorate based in Lichfield. From 1985 to 2006, Alex was also active within the Group for Evangelism and Renewal (GEAR) within the United Reformed Church. In 2006, Alex was appointed as a Director of The Churches Ministry among Jewish People (CMJ), before becoming CMJ’s CEO in July 2011. Within his current role, he has specific responsibilities for Advocacy and Evangelism. Alex has a well-respected teaching and pastoral ministry and has been actively involved within the field of Jewish-Christian relations for many years. He holds certificates in Theology and Biblical Studies from Manchester University, an MA degree in Pastoral Theology from Cambridge Theological Federation / Anglia Ruskin University, and an MPhil research degree from Nottingham University.
Alex lives in Cambridgeshire and is married to Mandy, and they have three grown-up children - Luke, Emily, and Ben.
“Conference was a time of great teaching, worship, and fellowship. It was my first time and I'll definitely be coming again.”
Lord Street, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire EN11 8SG
For 2018 we return to High Leigh Conference Centre in Hertfordshire which has been our conference home many times before.Find out more about High Leigh here
£220 ensuite £199 standard (single rooms only)
Children 11 and under are free.
A non-refundable deposit of £50 per person is required at the time of your booking.
The balance of your payment is due by 31st May 2018.
Places are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment.
£45 (Children 12 and over)
We give priority to our residential bookings so day visitor bookings will not be available until the beginning of March 2018.
Friday £40 Saturday £60 Sunday £50