AEJCC - Junior evangelical Anglicans looking for a positive future in the Church of England.
In July, I go to the AEJCC - the Anglican Evangelical Junior Clergy Conference. This is a conference with an interesting line-up: Pete Sanlon, Lee Gatiss, John Richardson, the Bp of Peterborough, the Archbishops' appointments secretary, Prof Glynn Harrison and Dick Farr.
I realise I will be in the company of less ordained women at this conference but I will still go and it might be the opportunity I am looking for to start thinking again theologically and academically.
Can I encourage any women out there to consider joining me at this conference?
There will be the opportunity to hear people's proposals for strategies that might transform the denomination? Proposals put forward will be of a particular variety. There are, of course, many, but if there is something meaty you really want to sink your theological teeth into, chew over to digest easily whilst being prepared at times for a needed indigestion tablet, I think this conference is sure to get the guts churning and brain whirring.
Google "Anglican Evangelical Junior Clergy Conference."
And read this report from last year's