Keystone 2019 : A Tale of the Unexpected
WHEN? Friday 27th to Saturday 28th September 2019. BOOK NOW!
WHAT? Keystone is a two-day conference for young Christian adults.
Our main speaker is Scott McKay, Associate Minister of St. John Newland, Hull. Scott has many years experience of teaching the Bible to people of all ages, and is responsible for Home Groups and Students at his church. Scott will be talking on A Tale of the Unexpected: Life According to Jesus' Parables from Luke's gospel.
Pete Jackson, Christ Church Walkley, Sheffield: Christians and society
Rob Rampley, Trinity Church York: Go to the ant: Handling money wisely
George and Becca Barrett, Christ Church Central Leeds: Godly Christian woman; Real Christians do real work
Martin Street, London City Mission: Mission in the real world
Sam Tunnicliffe, Cambridge University: Body, gender and social media: the new Gnostics
David Scullion, Houses of Parliament: Jesus and Brexit? Christians and the world of politics
Adam Wilson, Trinity Church York: Why can't I get off my phone?; Knowing and showing that the gospel makes sense
Rob Ilderton, Mission To the World: Church - What you do or who you are?
Zac Leach and Jake Pickles, Christ Church Central Leeds: Evangelism at University and beyond
WHO'S IT FOR? Christians aged 18-28, whether in work or still studying. 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 Friday evening BBQ.
WHERE? St Anthony's Hall, Peasholme Green, York, YO1 7PW.
WHEN? For those in work, it starts at the Friday evening BBQ, whenever you can make it, and runs to Saturday 4:30pm. Students, and those able to get a day off, get a full extra day of content starting on Friday at 9:30am.
HOW DO I SIGN UP? Use the form below.
HOW MUCH? £25 for both days, or £18 just for Friday evening and Saturday.
ACCOMMODATION? Not provided, so stay with friends, use the nearby Travelodge, or camp for free in the minister's garden.