It’s time to gain a fresh perspective and to together bring the hope of Jesus to our nation.

A series of online webinar-style dialogues, aimed at church leaders, ministry leaders, and all those with a passion for mission and evangelism.
With relevant themes and input from experienced practitioners and speakers, we aim to equip, inspire, encourage and challenge you so that together we can make Jesus known across the UK.

The Talking Jesus research shows that many of our non-Christian friends, across the UK, are asking big questions but not always the ones that the church is seeking to answer. The overriding question, emerging from the research, that people are asking is “Will everything be ok?” In light of this searching 1 in 3 people, both in their younger and older years, are saying that they are open to ongoing conversations with Christians about Jesus which, encouragingly, signifies a greater openness than even a few years ago.

Our next conversation is on Saturday 12th October 2024, online from 10-11.30am. Sign up below to stay updated!
Reaching the older generation – Sharing the good news with those in later life.

We are passionate about seeing people of ALL ages reached with the good news of Jesus! Join us for the next Perspective conversation to hear from our inspiring speakers, and to gain a greater confidence and glean creative ideas for how to reach people of an older age in your communities and contexts.

Together, it’s time to see things from a new perspective.

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Hosted by Rachael Heffer & Rachel Jordan-Wolf

Rachael Heffer serves as Head of Mission at the Evangelical Alliance. She worked for British Youth for Christ for 13 years, most latterly as corporate director within the leadership team before working for four years with the Diocese of Ely as youth adviser. Rachael is married to Darren and they live in Ely, Cambs with their two sons, Jacob and Isaac.

Dr Rachel Jordan-Wolf is the Executive Director of HOPE Together. She has been passionate about people knowing Jesus for themselves all her life. She is married to Rev Darren Wolf and lives in East London where they church planted eight years ago. She loves dark chocolate, a good chat with friends and vintage second hand shopping!

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