Agricultural Christian Fellowship conference 2017:

A Hope and a Future for Farming

Tuesday 14th November, 10am-4pm, Worcester

We live in days when change is constant and uncertainty is the norm.  How does a Christian in agriculture face the future?  On what is our hope based?  Is it a denial of reality or a motivation to act? How does the Bible direct us today?

Come and hear our keynote speakers and responders.  Join in with our discussion and, above all, be inspired!

Donald Curry, farmer and community champion, is quoted as the man whose insight, vision and industry has reshaped British farming during exceptionally difficult times. He has steered the UK towards sustainable farming, and in doing so, his actions will preserve this green and pleasant land for generations to come.

Richard Jackson was ordained Bishop of Lewes in May 2014.  A ‘bishop to all people’, Richard has a scientific background and has specialised in working in agriculture. Before becoming a priest he worked as an agricultural consultant advising farmers across a range of issues.

Cost (including lunch):

£40 (£35 unwaged)

ACF members £35 (£30 unwaged)

Venue:

The Well, Top Barn Farm, Holt Heath, Worcester, WR6 6NH

How to book:

Online: Click Here for Tickets

By phone: Tel: 07855 450639  (John Plumb) and send cheques to ACF, Manor Farm, West Haddon, Northampton, NN6 7AQ

Email enquiries: cj@agriculturalchristianfellowship.org.uk

For directions to the Well go to the Top Barn website.

Agricultural Christian Fellowship (ACF) is open to all Christians in all branches of Agriculture, Horticulture and related activities. We meet to encourage one another to put our Christian faith into practice and the Bible into action on the land.

‘In times of change the learners inherit the earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.’
 Erik Hoffer