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Pentecost 2022 3.–5. June

London

Location

St. Mary’s University, Twickenham

Waldegrave Road, Strawberry Hill
Twickenham, TW1 4JU

The event will take place in the University Church and other facilities on campus

Programme

FR

Friday, 3. June

16:00 Registration
18:30 Welcome & Worship
19:00 Leadership Panel: “God @ Work”
20:00 Drinks and Canapés/Networking
21:30 Close

SA

Saturday, 4. June

08:30 Arrival
09:00 Worship
10:00 Holy Mass
11:00 Break
11:30 Keynote Speaker – Pete Wynter
12:00 Leadership Q&A with Pete Wynter
12:45 Lunch break (rosary at 14:00)
14:30 Worship and interview with Nicky Gumbel
15:00 Workshop 1
16:00 Break
16:15 Workshop 2
17:30 Dinner
19:30 “Coming Home” to the Father’s Heart 
21:30 Close

SU

Sunday, 5. June

08:30 Arrival
09:00 Worship
09:30 Keynote SpeakerMagnus MacFarlane-Barrow
10:30 Break
11:00 Holy Mass
12:00 Lunch (rosary at 14:00)
14:30 Worship & testimony – Bernadette Lang
15:00 Prayer to the Holy Spirit & “Sending out”
16:30 Closing & Summary
17:00 End

Speakers

Magnus
MacFarlane-Barrow

Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow OBE is the founder and Global CEO of the charity Mary’s Meals, a non-profit organisation that provides life-changing meals to some of the world’s poorest children every school day. Mary’s Meals is now feeding more than 2 million children across 19 countries. Magnus has received numerous awards for his charitable work, (including CNN’s ‘Top Ten Heroes’ and Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People) and has written two books.
Magnus will be speaking to us about finding our own unique purpose and radically following God’s will.

Pete
Wynter

Pete is the Director of Leadership College London and Founding Director at Onelife Leaders, a charitable company dedicated to the development of young leaders in all spheres of society across the United Kingdom. Pete is also the Vicar of St Pauls in Hammersmith and is passionate about mobilizing local churches to engage in justice and righteousness, and is a board member of Tearfund. Pete will be focusing on what it means to be a leader in today’s society.

Bernadette
Lang

Bernadette (or ‘Berna’) is a co-founder of the Loretto Home Mission Base in Salzburg and is the Leader of the Home Academy which offers various discipleship programmes to help young people discover God’s dream for their life and grow in their talents, skills and charisms.
Bernadette is also a theologian and Author. It is a privilege to have Berna join us from Austria and she will be speaking about being ‘sent out’ and leading us in a time of prayer.

Leadership Panel

Maria
Gonzalez
Dyne

Director Catholic Context at Alpha International

Magnus
MacFarlane-
Barrow

Founder of Mary’s Meals

Anthony
McClaran

Vice Chancellor, St Mary’s University

 

Jane
Nicholson

Founder of Fara

Jessie
Kohn

Artist

Fraser
Nelson

Editor of the Spectator

Workshops

Georgia
Clarke

Catholic Voices

Title: Speak Up! Communicating faith in society

 

Josh
Green

Youth Director of 24/7 Prayer

Title: Authentic Leadership

Jill
Weber

Director of House of Prayer at 24/7 Prayer

Title: Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership

 

Liz
Bewley

Executive Director of OneLife Leaders

Title: Developing Character and influencing Culture

Peter
Asprey

Director of Prayer, Loretto London

Title: Where Your Treasure is: Prayer-Centred Leadership

 

about us

We dream of a generation of young leaders that will transform the church and society.

Join us for a powerful time of worship, inspirational talks on leadership and listening to the Holy Spirit. During this conference we invite you on a journey to be set on fire by the Holy Spirit and be equipped and inspired by other leaders through a series of talks, workshops and panel discussions. We are delighted to be able to welcome speakers from the worlds of business, non-profit and Church to share with us what it means to be an authentic leader in our spheres of influence. Be ready to leave our conference filled with the Holy Spirit and inspired into a life of leadership!

This event is organised by the Loretto community in London, who are based in the Loretto HOME, close to the University – find out more about us here: www.loretto.org.uk

Accomm. & Catering

Everyone is responsible for their own accommodation

  • A welcome reception with drinks and canapés will be provided on Friday as part of the ticket price.
  • On Saturday 4 June, during dinner, St Mary’s will be putting on a barbeque, which you can purchase in advance. Please ensure to buy from this link in order not to miss out: Click here
  • All other meals can be purchased at the University Refectory and University Cafeteria (Dolce Vita) or any other places in the local area.
  • Please email us if you would like to book a room on Campus.

Tickets

There are a limited number of tickets available so please book quickly to ensure you don’t miss out!
Costs: Early-bird £59 Full-ticket: £69 Students: £45
We warmly invite Religious and Priests to join the conference free of charge.
We don’t want the cost of the ticket to be an obstacle for anyone so if you are struggling to afford the full price, please get in contact with us at contact@loretto.org.uk.

Info

  • Priests please take vestments if you would like to celebrate mass
  • Please take your bible with you
  • First Aid Representative: JJ Hussem Contact Number: 07421 762972
  • If you have any safeguarding issues to report, please email our Safeguarding Officer Jennie Higgins: safegaurding@loretto.org.uk

Organisers

Loretto UK, 7 Waldergrave Gardens, Strawberry Hill, Twickenham
www.loretto.org.uk | contact@loretto.org.uk

Donate:
www.loretto.org.uk/give

Registration Tickets &