Conference Details

"A new command I give you: Love one another.  

As I have loved you, so you must love one another.”

10th - 14th August


Conference 2020

Conference Prayer


Father, in Heaven,

pour out Your Spirit upon the

Birmingham Conference.

Grant to everyone a new vision  

of your glory,

A new experience of Your Power

A new faithfulness to Your Word

A new consecration to Your Service

so that Your Love may grow among

us and Your Kingdom come

through Jesus Christ Our Lord.

Amen.

The Conference

lasts for five days.


Receive the Eucharist every day

Praise and Worship twice a day

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Prayer Ministry every day

Healing Ministry after every Mass

UK and International Speakers

Youth Ministry

Children's Ministry

 Fellowship


Celebration of the Eucharist is one of the

highlights of the Birmingham Conference

and is the source and summit of our faith.


And every day culminates with Holy Mass,

The God Who Speaks  “The word became flesh“ John 1: 14

It was the great biblical scholar, St. Jerome, who said that

“ignorance of the scriptures is ignorance of Christ”.

POPE FRANCES

On September 30th 2019, Pope Francis decreed that the third Sunday of Ordinary Time henceforth will be celebrated as the Sunday of God’s Word.



2020 will be a year of celebrating, living and sharing God's word, through a range of events, activities and resources, Pope Frances mentions the Second Vatican Council’s teaching on the inerrancy of Scripture:

Dei Verbum stresses that “we must acknowledge that the books of Scripture firmly, faithfully and without error, teach that truth which God, for the sake of our salvation, wished to see confided to the sacred Scriptures” (Dei Verbum 11).

Since the Scriptures teach with a view to salvation through faith in Christ (cf. 2 Tim. 3:15), the truths contained therein are profitable for our salvation. The Bible is not a collection of history books or a chronicle, but is aimed entirely at the integral

[i.e., complete] salvation of the person. The evident historical setting of the books of the Bible should not make us overlook their primary goal, which is our salvation. Everything is directed to this purpose and essential to the very nature of the Bible, which takes shape as a history of salvation in which God speaks and acts in order to encounter all men and women and to save them from evil and death (n. 9).

He also cautions against neglecting the Old Testament and regarding it as something that does not apply to us: The Old Testament is never old once it is part of the New, since all has been transformed thanks to the one Spirit who inspired it (n. 12).