CCF & CMF Party Conference Inter-Faith Reception
Sep
29
2:00 PM14:00

CCF & CMF Party Conference Inter-Faith Reception

Conservative Party Conference Inter-Faith Reception

"Religious Freedom & Unity

In partnership with the Conservative Muslim Forum

The CCF and Conservative Muslim Forum are hosting the Inter-Faith Reception at Conservative Party Conference in Manchester this year to thank faith communities for their positive contribution to society as well as acknowledge the social impact their work has on our local communities, across the UK and globally.

This will be a short informal afternoon reception, lasting for one hour with keynote speakers and light refreshments provided.

Venue: Room 

The Barbirolli Room, The Bridgewater Hall, Lower Mosley St, Manchester M2 3WS

Date & Time: 14.00 - 15.00, Sunday 29th September

All welcome. No conference pass required. 

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Lord Farmer with The CCF Conference Fringe- Democracy Defied: Christian Persecution at Home and Abroad
Oct
1
8:30 AM08:30

Lord Farmer with The CCF Conference Fringe- Democracy Defied: Christian Persecution at Home and Abroad

Join Lord Farmer and The Conservative Christian Fellowship at the

Party Conference Fringe Event

‘Democracy Defied: Christian Persecution at Home and Aboard’

with Fiona Bruce MP, Mervyn Thomas MBE, CSW and others

All are welcome. No conference pass required. Cross-denominational.

Doors Open at 08:00 hrs

Breakfast will be served

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CCF  Supporter Supper with Green Pastures
Oct
1
7:00 PM19:00

CCF Supporter Supper with Green Pastures

We are excited to deliver this event in partnership with Green Pastures

Green Pastures is a dynamic Christian Housing charity that has transformed the lives of thousands of people over the past 20 years. Established in 1999 when the founders stepped out in faith to purchase two properties to meet an immediate housing need in their community, Green Pastures now works with 70 partner organisations and currently houses 3,000 people providing not only shelter but also care a rehabilitation where needed. They have witnessed transformations that defy modern day statistics.

Venue:  Don Giovanni Restaurant, Peter House, 1-2 Oxford St, Manchester M1 5AN

Date & Time: Tuesday 1st October | 19.00 - 21.00 

Tickets: £40 includes three-course meal, advance menu choices will be sent to you after you have purchased your ticket.

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Prayers for the Nation Party Conference Update
Oct
29
6:30 PM18:30

Prayers for the Nation Party Conference Update

Fresh from Party Conference The CCF Team will be sharing highlights and prayer points from this years Conference and the seven CCF Conference Fringe Events

Prayers for the Nation begins at 18.30 at the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft in Parliament.
Please allow at least 30 minutes for parliamentary security checks.
** Please note that ticket sales for this event will close at 23:30 on 17th October 2019 to comply with Parliament security requirements.***

****Parliament must have names of all individuals wishing to attend. Duplicate names will be removed***

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Westminster Briefing with International Justice Mission
Sep
10
8:00 PM20:00

Westminster Briefing with International Justice Mission

Description

Our monthly briefing after Prayers for the Nation is an opportunity for fellowship and for our speakers to expand on their theme in more depth. We invite our contributors to develop their initial theme and to accept questions from CCF members. This more relaxed format allows for a time of discussion, debate and prayer over refreshments.

*Sandwiches and refreshments will be provided.

In September 2019 we will be celebrating with work of William Wilberforce in conjunction with anti-slavery organisation International Justice Mission (IJM).

IJM have worked with police to rescue more than 49,000 people from slavery and other forms of oppression.

Come and hear more about the life changing work this organisation does in this more intimate setting

*We must have names of all individuals wishing to attend as these need to be submitted to our security department*

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Prayers for the Nation with International Justice Mission
Sep
10
6:30 PM18:30

Prayers for the Nation with International Justice Mission

Our monthly prayer service held at the heart of Westminster open to all CCF members and their guests. Prayers for the Nation is a time to gather to pray for MPs, Peers, Parliamentarians and our Government.

Each month the CCF hosts Prayers for the Nation – a prayer service in the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft bringing together Parliamentarians, Charity and Church leaders to focus on and pray about an issue, a campaign or a legislation that they are championing. Parliamentarians who attended and spoke at recent Prayers for the Nation services include the Rt Hon Alistair Burt MP, Harriett Baldwin MP, Fiona Bruce MP, Jeremy Lefroy MP and Baroness Elizabeth Berridge.

In September 2019 we will be celebrating with work of William Wilberforce in conjunction with anti-slavery organisation International Justice Mission (IJM).

IJM have worked with police to rescue more than 49,000 people from slavery and other forms of oppression. Come and hear more about the life changing work this organisation does.

Prayers for the Nation begins at 18.30 at the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft in Parliament.
Please allow at least 30 minutes for parliamentary security checks.


***Please note that ticket sales will close at 23:30 on 5th September 2019 to comply with Parliament security measures*****

Parliament needs names of all individuals wishing to attend. Duplicate names will be removed

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Westminster Briefing with XLP Youth Charity
Jun
11
8:00 PM20:00

Westminster Briefing with XLP Youth Charity

Our monthly briefing after Prayers for the Nation is an opportunity for fellowship and for our speakers to expand on their theme in more depth. We invite our contributors to develop their initial theme and to accept questions from CCF members. This more relaxed format allows for a time of discussion, debate and prayer over refreshments.

*Sandwiches and refreshments will be provided.

XLP is about creating positive futures for young people growing up on deprived inner city estates, struggling daily with issues such as family breakdown, poverty, unemployment and educational failure, and living in areas that experience high levels of anti-social behaviour, criminality and gang activity.

Every year XLP helps thousands of them recognise their full potential. XLP believe positive, consistent relationships can restore a young person’s trust in people, nurture the belief that things can change and encourage them to set positive goals and work hard to achieve.

 

You can read a client testimony by clicking the link below

http://www.xlp.org.uk/about-us/young-peoples-stories/sephtons-story

 

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Prayers for the Nation with XLP
Jun
11
6:30 PM18:30

Prayers for the Nation with XLP

XLP creates positive futures for young people growing up on deprived inner city estates, struggling daily with issues such as family breakdown, poverty, unemployment and educational failure, and living in areas that experience high levels of anti-social behaviour, criminality and gang activity.

Every year XLP helps thousands of them recognise their full potential. XLP believe positive, consistent relationships can restore a young person’s trust in people, nurture the belief that things can change and encourage them to set positive goals and work hard to achieve.

You can read a client testimony by clicking the link below

http://www.xlp.org.uk/about-us/young-peoples-stories/sephtons-story

Come and learn more about the amazing work this charity does in transforming lives

  • Prayers for the Nation begins at 18.30 at the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft in Parliament.

  • Please note registration for Prayers for the Nation closes 1 week before the event to meet Parliament’s security requirements. Please book early to avoid disappointment

  • Please allow at least 30 minutes for parliamentary security checks

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Candidates Celebration
May
7
8:00 PM20:00

Candidates Celebration

Our monthly briefing after Prayers for the Nation is an opportunity for fellowship and for our speakers to expand on their theme in more depth. We invite our contributors to develop their initial theme and to accept questions from CCF members. This more relaxed format allows for a time of discussion, debate and prayer over refreshments.

This month this event will be a celebration for all those who stood or assisted in the May 2019 local elections

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Prayers for the Nation Local Election Update
May
7
6:30 PM18:30

Prayers for the Nation Local Election Update

Our monthly prayer service held at the heart of Westminster open to all CCF members and their guests. Prayers for the Nation is a time to gather to pray for MPs, Peers, Parliamentarians and our Government.

Each month the CCF hosts Prayers for the Nation – a prayer service in the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft bringing together Parliamentarians, Charity and Church leaders to focus on and pray about an issue, a campaign or a legislation that they are championing. Parliamentarians who attended and spoke at recent Prayers for the Nation services include the Rt Hon Alistair Burt MP, Harriett Baldwin MP, Fiona Bruce MP, Jeremy Lefroy MP and Baroness Elizabeth Berridge.

Join us for our CCF Election Update

Prayers for the Nation begins at 18.30 at the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft in Parliament.

Tickets bookings for this event close at 23:30 Thursday 1 May 2019

Please allow at least 30 minutes for parliamentary security checks.

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CCF at the Scottish Conservative Conference Policy Fringe
May
4
12:45 PM12:45

CCF at the Scottish Conservative Conference Policy Fringe

The CCF is delighted to host  this Policy Fringe event at the 

Scottish Conservative Party Conference 2019

We look forward to welcoming you to the conference!

CCF Policy Fringe with CARE & Murdo Fraser MSP

" A Matter of Life and Death?"

Recent attention on Assisted Suicide has raised important questions about how to provide a compassionate

response to suffering. How can we ensure dignity while seeking to minimise pain and maintain human rights?

Who will support the most vulnerable throughout their lives?

Refreshments (Sandwich Lunch)  provided.

Venue: Room 9, Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen. AB23 8BL

Date & Time: Saturday 4th May |  12.45 - 14.00

All are welcome. 


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CCF Local Election Campaign Days
Apr
26
to May 2

CCF Local Election Campaign Days

CCF practice what we preach. This May we have several high calibre candidates standing in local elections nationwide.

Contact ccf@conservatives.com to be put in touch with your local CCF candidate.

We will be campaigning with candidates in the following towns:

Abingdon

Basingstoke & Deane  

Frimley Green

Hemel Hempstead

Ipswich

Mansfield

Okehampton

Oxford

Skircoat

Thatcham

Wolverhampton

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Westminster Briefing Brexit Special
Apr
2
8:00 PM20:00

Westminster Briefing Brexit Special

Our monthly briefing after Prayers for the Nation is an opportunity for fellowship and for our speakers to expand on their theme in more depth. We invite our contributors to develop their initial theme and to accept questions from CCF members. This more relaxed format allows for a time of discussion, debate and prayer over refreshments.

*Sandwiches and refreshments will be provided.

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 Prayers for the Nation Brexit Edition
Apr
2
6:00 PM18:00

Prayers for the Nation Brexit Edition

Our monthly prayer service held at the heart of Westminster open to all CCF members and their guests. Prayers for the Nation is a time to gather to pray for MPs, Peers, Parliamentarians and our Government.

Each month the CCF hosts Prayers for the Nation – a prayer service in the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft bringing together Parliamentarians, Charity and Church leaders to focus on and pray about an issue, a campaign or a legislation that they are championing. Parliamentarians who attended and spoke at recent Prayers for the Nation services include the Rt Hon Alistair Burt MP, Harriett Baldwin MP, Fiona Bruce MP, Jeremy Lefroy MP and Baroness Elizabeth Berridge.

This Month Prayers for the Nation will focus on Praying for our Nation post Brexit.

Join us as we lift our voices to shape the future.

  • Prayers for the Nation begins at 18.30 at the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft in Parliament.

  • Please note registration for Prayers for the Nation closes 48 hours before the event to meet Parliament’s security requirements. Please book early to avoid disappointment

  • Please allow at least 30 minutes for parliamentary security checks

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Westminster Briefing with The Trussell Trust
Mar
12
8:00 PM20:00

Westminster Briefing with The Trussell Trust

Our monthly briefing after Prayers for the Nation is an opportunity for fellowship and for our speakers to expand on their theme in more depth. We invite our contributors to develop their initial theme and to accept questions from CCF members. This more relaxed format allows for a time of discussion, debate and prayer over refreshments.

This month we are joined by The Trussell Trust.

Established in 1997, the Trussell Trust's aim is to end food poverty in the U.K. They support a network of foodbanks which provide emergency food to people in crisis and additional support to help tackle the root causes that sweep people into poverty and build people's resilience so they are less likely to need a food bank in the future.

*Sandwiches and refreshments will be provided.

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Prayers for the Nation with Trussell Trust
Mar
12
6:30 PM18:30

Prayers for the Nation with Trussell Trust

Our monthly prayer service held at the heart of Westminster open to all CCF members and their guests. Prayers for the Nation is a time to gather to pray for MPs, Peers, Parliamentarians and our Government.

Each month the CCF hosts Prayers for the Nation – a prayer service in the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft bringing together Parliamentarians, Charity and Church leaders to focus on and pray about an issue, a campaign or a legislation that they are championing. Parliamentarians who attended and spoke at recent Prayers for the Nation services include the Rt Hon Alistair Burt MP, Harriett Baldwin MP, Fiona Bruce MP, Jeremy Lefroy MP and Baroness Elizabeth Berridge.

Established in 1997, the Trussell Trust's aim is to end food poverty in the U.K. They support a network of foodbanks which provide emergency food to people in crisis and additional support to help tackle the root causes that sweep people into poverty and build people's resilience so they are less likely to need a food bank in the future

Prayers for the Nation begins at 18.30 at the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft in Parliament.

Please allow at least 30 minutes for parliamentary security checks.

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Westminster Briefing with World Vision
Feb
12
8:00 PM20:00

Westminster Briefing with World Vision

This month’s Westminster Briefing will be held in Committee Room 7 in Parliament. We will be joined by Tim Pilkington, CEO of World Vision and members of World Vision’s Policy Team.

World Vision operates in almost 100 countries. Their model works with local communities, partners and supporters with the aim to improve a child's health, education, water, protection and sources of family income to help build brighter futures. In 2018 World Vision

This date also coincides with “International Day Against the use of Child Soldiers” which has also been spearheaded by World Vision, we will follow this theme for both Prayers for the Nation and Westminster Briefing. To learn more about World Visions work in this area click here:

Join us on the 12th February to hear more about their work.

Tickets for this event are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment!

  • Prayers for the Nation begins at 18.30 at the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft in Parliament.

  • Please note registration for Prayers for the Nation closes 48 hours before the event to meet Parliament’s security requirements. Please book early to avoid disappointment

  • Please allow at least 30 minutes for parliamentary security checks

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Prayers for the Nation with World Vision
Feb
12
6:00 PM18:00

Prayers for the Nation with World Vision

Our monthly prayer service held at the heart of Westminster open to all CCF members and their guests. Prayers for the Nation is a time to gather to pray for MPs, Peers, Parliamentarians and our Government.

Each month the CCF hosts Prayers for the Nation – a prayer service in the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft bringing together Parliamentarians, Charity and Church leaders to focus on and pray about an issue, a campaign or a legislation that they are championing. Parliamentarians who attended and spoke at recent Prayers for the Nation services include the Rt Hon Alistair Burt MP, Harriett Baldwin MP, Fiona Bruce MP, Jeremy Lefroy MP and Baroness Elizabeth Berridge.

This month we are joined by international children's charity World Vision. Established in 1950, World Vision now operates in almost 100 countries. Their model works with local communities, partners and supporters with the aim to improve a child's health, education, water, protection and sources of family income to help build brighter futures.

Tim Pilkington, CEO of World Vision and members of World Vision’s Policy Team will be speaking at this event.

Join us on the 12th February to hear more about their work.

This date also coincides with “International Day Against the use of Child Soldiers” which has also been spearheaded by World Vision, we will follow this theme for both Prayers for the Nation and Westminster Briefing. To learn more about World Visions work in this area click here:

  • Prayers for the Nation begins at 18.30 at the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft in Parliament.

  • Please note registration for Prayers for the Nation closes 48 hours before the event to meet Parliament’s security requirements. Please book early to avoid disappointment

  • Please allow at least 30 minutes for parliamentary security checks

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Prayers for the Nation with Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW)
Jan
22
6:30 PM18:30

Prayers for the Nation with Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW)

Our monthly prayer service held at the heart of Westminster open to all CCF members and their guests. Prayers for the Nation is a time to gather to pray for MPs, Peers, Parliamentarians and our Government.

Each month the CCF hosts Prayers for the Nation – a prayer service in the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft bringing together Parliamentarians, Charity and Church leaders to focus on and pray about an issue, a campaign or a legislation that they are championing. Parliamentarians who attended and spoke at recent Prayers for the Nation services include the Rt Hon Alistair Burt MP, Harriett Baldwin MP, Fiona Bruce MP, Jeremy Lefroy MP and Baroness Elizabeth Berridge.

Prayers for the Nation begins at 18.30 at the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft in Parliament.

Please allow at least 30 minutes for parliamentary security checks.

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Prayers for the Nation Christmas Service
Dec
6
6:03 PM18:03

Prayers for the Nation Christmas Service

With His Eminence Archbishop Angaelos & worship lead by Noel Robinson

The CCF are delighted and honoured to welcome His Eminence Archbishop Angaelos of London for our Carol’s in the Crypt in Parliament from 6:30pm on Thursday 6th December.

His Eminence Archbishop Angaelos is the first Coptic Orthodox Archbishop of London, having served as General Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the United Kingdom. He is widely recognised for his extensive advocacy work. The Queen has awarded him an OBE for ‘Services to International Religious Freedom’.

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