The EIUK Annual Conference and AGM will take place on Saturday 1 March 2013 at Trinity Church Harrow.
What the conference offers…
- It is the ideal opportunity to come and hear what is happening in EI throughout the world by means of project updates, display boards, presentations, personal messages and prayer requests.
Alan and Cheryl Parrett have returned from their role as EI Country Representatives in Uganda and will be telling us about their varied experiences during the years they spent in the country.
Tom Edom is on furlough and will also be able to attend. Tom is working in Pader, Northern Uganda with the Community Health Empowerment (CHE) project. He will be telling us about his work and experiences.
We’ll spend some Skype time with other members of the EI family.There will be time to pray for our work and our people.
The Annual General Meeting will be held on the same day.
Anyone who is interested in Emmanuel International and the work we do is welcome to attend!
If it will be difficult for you to reach Trinity Church in a day and you need accommodation locally, please let us know as soon as possible. We are looking into affordable accommodation locally.
Cost: £25.00 per person, including lunch, dinner and refreshments.
Starting time: Registration at 9:30 am
Finishing time: 7:30 pm
By Public Transport: The nearest tube is Harrow on the Hill on the Metropolitan Line. The church is less than 10 minutes walking distance from the station.
By Road: For SatNav use the postal code HA1 1RX or use the ‘Locator’ on the church’s website for directions.
Parking: Please note that there is limited parking (15 vehicles) at the church. The nearest parking is at the shopping centres of St George’s and St Anne’s – this is close to Harrow on the Hill Underground and bus station and a short walk from the church.
To book: Please download and print the attached brochure. Complete the booking form part, tear off and return to the office.
We hope you will be able to join us for a “family gathering”, catching up with each other and the work the EI is doing.