Trinity Church York

Keystone 2021

WHAT? Keystone is an in-person, two-day conference for Christians in their twenties.

WHEN? Saturday 26 - Sunday 27th June 2021.

WHY? Your twenties are a decade like no other. For Christians, they are the essential opportunity to forge a life which will be lived for the glory of God. And they have particular challenges too! Keystone is intended to help make the bridge into life in the real world. People come from all over the country to hear some great speakers address issues central to being a Christian adult in the 2020s.


Our main speaker is Reuben Hunter, minister of Trinity West Church, Shepherd's Bush, London. He's speaking on Better and Finished: Jesus in the book of Hebrews.
There's nothing that matters more for a fully-formed Christian life than our grasp of Jesus' work for us. Reuben will be helping us to see that he provides a foundation better than any other, because it is totally complete.


As well as the main sessions, there is a range of seminars to choose from addressing loads of relevant issues:

Using our Money wisely Rob Rampley

Making sense of the Moral Mess Matthew Roberts

Women: workers, wives and mothers?  Naomi Tunnicliffe

How to be an evangelist without being a jerk Zac & Kate Leach

Six days you shall labour: A week in the life of a working Christian  Josh and Becky Heasman

More to be confirmed soon

WHO'S IT FOR? Christians in their twenties. If you want to think through what it means to live as a Christian in the real world, and do so with other Christians facing similar challenges, this is for you.

WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING? There's plenty of free time, and a Saturday evening BBQ included.

WHERE? IN PERSON at St Anthony's Hall, Peasholme Green, York, YO1 7PW.

WHEN? Saturday 26th June 9:30am to Sunday 27th June 2pm. This includes a Sunday church service and lunch on both days. There will be an optional gathering on Friday night for those in York by then. 

HOW DO I SIGN UP? Use the form below.

HOW MUCH? £25 for both days, or £18 just for Saturday. We encourage you to do both days if you can.

ACCOMMODATION? Not provided, so stay with friends, use the nearby Travelodge, or camp for free in the minister's garden. Contact us if accommodation is proving a problem.