Churchworks for Wellbeing conference – 18 May

How can the UK church respond effectively and lovingly to the mental health crisis? Go along to connect and be resourced.

In the midst of a national mental health crisis, we have an opportunity. The Church has been concerned with holistic wellbeing for millennia. We have the resources, people and relationships that position us to invest in the flourishing of our congregations and communities. This conference will explore

  • How can we extend our love effectively and sustainably?
  • Should churches be supporting good mental health?
  • Can we proactively support and complement NHS provision?

The ChurchWorks for Wellbeing conference is an opportunity to learn about practical ways in which the church can respond to the current mental health crisis.

Speakers include Glyn Barrett (National Leader, Assemblies of God), Pastor Agu (Senior Pastor, Jesus House) and Dame Sarah Mullally (Anglican Bishop of London).

You’ll also hear from experts on how to engage with social prescribing, chaplaincy, and wellbeing courses.

Lunch and hot drinks will be provided.

Find out more about the event on Thursday 18 May at Westminster Chapel in Central London.

Book your place. CTE has 10 discounted tickets available. Use the code 10425 on the Eventbrite page to book.

Queries about the event and making bookings to [email protected].

Why ChurchWorks for Wellbeing? Read a blog by Stuart Keir from Assemblies of God, one of CTE’s national Member Churches.