LIVERPOOL 200: RENEWING THE WESLEYAN VISION
Owing to the Covid-19 restrictions we have postponed Liverpool 200, and we hope to run it later this year.
Thursday 28 May (2 pm) - Friday 29 May (4.30 pm) 2020
Hope Chapel, Liverpool Hope University
A two day conference for church leaders and members to ignite a renewal of the Wesleyan vision, develop a fresh strategy and to explore opportunities for a turnaround plan for the Methodist Church.
Early bird rate: £80
(includes evening meal on Thursday and lunch on Friday plus coffee & tea on both days. Also included: Liverpool 200 resource book.)
Book by 31 January 2020 for this early bird rate.
Bookings from 1 February 2020: £90
Please make own accommodation arrangements.
In 1820, the Wesleyan Methodist Conference met in Liverpool to launch a turnaround plan for the denomination. The Minutes of the Conference have become one of the few official historical texts of the Methodist Church in Britain printed in Volume 1 of CPD (p. 71).
Two hundred years later, we are desperately in need of a new turnaround plan! The growing momentum amongst those committed to remaining faithful presents us with a wonderful opportunity to renew the Wesleyan vision. As we gather in Liverpool in 2020, we will renew the Wesleyan vision and begin to develop a fresh strategy, asking the same questions John Wesley asked at the first ever Methodist Conference in 1744: What to teach? How to teach? What to do?