2nd NOVEMBER 2019 // LONDON
Join us on the 2nd November 2019 for the 10th Premier Digital Conference and discover a world of advice, ideas, insight and guidance to help you communicate credibly and effectively online.
Through 32 sessions delivered by over 40 contributors you are sure to find the help you need for your digital endeavours. Make sure you don’t miss out on:
New ideas that you can use in your church, charity or project.
Understand how digital tools can work for you in your context.
Learn new skills that will help you grow your project or ministry.
Explore how digital is impacting our theology and humanity.
Meet new people, build relationships and learn from one another.
Whether you’re looking to go deeper into social media, websites, evangelism, digital theology, fundraising or communications there will be sessions for you.
Pro or beginner come along as a church, team or on your own for an inspiring day that provides content and value for money you can’t find anywhere else.
Conference Ticket: £39
2 Tickets: £73 | 3 Tickets: £105
Conference & Awards: £139
2nd November 2019, 10am to 5:20pm
The Brewery, Chiswell Street, London
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Welcome and Introduction
Host: Amaris Cole, Digital Content & Communications Manager, Church of England
From Social Media to Social Ministry
Nona Jones, Head of Global Faith-Based Partnerships, Facebook
As physical church attendance declines around the world, social technology is emerging as a new way to connect people through their faith. Discover how to leverage Facebook as a tool for ministry.
Evangelism: Breaking through
Glen Scrivener, Evangelist, Author & Minister, Speak Life
In a digital world of noise and competing ideologies can the Christian message really break through and bring people to faith?
Breakout Session 1
Breakout Session 2
Digital and ME
Tanya Marlow, Writer, Broadcaster & Author
Digital a lifeline and valuable platform for those with ME, learn how the church can use digital to support those with the condition.
Friend or Foe? Digital and Mental Health
Dr Elizabeth McNaught, Medical Director, Family Mental Wealth
Social media is often accused of harming mental health. What is the reality of how digital helps and hinders mental wellbeing?
Open to all
Richard Morton, Head of Accessibility for Government, Government Digital Service
Discover why digital accessibility is more than a legal requirement, it’s a Christian duty.
Breakout Session 3
Breakout Session 4
Kiera Phyo, Director, Reconciling Leaders Network, Archbishop Justin Welby
The online battles between those of different politics or beliefs can seem intractable. How should Christians live out our calling to peace and reconciliation online?
Andrew Phillips, Content , digital and media specialist
Discover why that far from just reacting to culture as Christians we are called to impact and shape it.