Garth's visit to the UK in July

Vibeke and I will be in the UK for much of the month of July visiting friends and supporters of our ministry at CMJ Israel.

We will be attending the CMJ UK annual conference at High Leigh next weekend, 6th to 8th July (, where Alex Jacob is the main speaker this year considering Three Big Questions:

  1. Can these bones live?
  2. Who do you say I am?
  3. What must I do to be saved?

It promises to be an interesting and challenging weekend. CMJ Israel has an opportunity to share about our ministry late on Sunday morning at 11.30 am. If you’re there, please come and say hello to us. We look forward to meeting you.

3 Big Questions

For the rest of the visit we will be based in the Oxford area, our old stomping ground, but there will be three meetings where we have been invited to share with local believers about our work and ministry. They are as follows:


Thursday 5th July 2018

All Saints Church, 26 Ulwell Rd, Swanage BH19 1NH

Time: 7.30 pm

For more details: Rev. Andrew Corke (

(Flyer with details here)


Tuesday 10th July 2018

The Barn, Pantglas Farm, Graig Road, Rudry, Caerphilly, Wales CF83 3EJ

Time: 7.30 pm

For more details: Andrew Crow (


Sunday 15th July 2018

Christ Church Anerley, London. 197 Anerley Road, London SE20 8ER

Sunday Morning Service, time: 10.30 am

For more details: Rev. Matthew Fitter (


Later in July I will be at the Refuel Scotland conference at Gordon Castle somewhere north of Aberdeen! I’ve never been that far north in the UK, so I’m looking forward to seeing that beautiful part of the country, and meeting new and old friends. I’m very excited at being able to attend this conference, and get restocked at the Filling Station ( “It’s all very well being filled with the Spirit,” someone once said, “but I leak!” This conference promises to be a great opportunity to withdraw for just a few days and tank up. Once again, if you’re going to be there, please do come and say hi to me.

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