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4-9 OCT 2021

reimagine churches that connect more effectively with their neighbourhoods, 
reimagine the revitalisation of churches that have been in serious decline, 
reimagine planting and replanting of many churches across the West Midlands.

Our reimagine Conference will take place in 3 parts:
(1) Breakfasts for Church Leaders & Planters (Mon-Thurs) - ENDED
(2) Friday Evening's 18-30's (young adult) event 
(3) Saturday's Conference Workshops

Please book into the relevant events separately.

18-30's EVENT  PDF 

Fri 8 Oct    7pm-9pm BOOK

Sat 9 Oct    9am-1pm BOOK


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Dr Stephen Beck, who In 2011 with his wife Susan and 24 FTH students, planted a multi-everything church for the Frankfurt metro region. Through the refugee wave that came over Germany, this church multiplied to 15 congregations in 6 years. In 2020, while continuing to teach church planting, Dr. Beck broadened the ministry of church planter training that started in 2006 into mosaiXmultiply, the online training of men and women to form missional, multiplicational, and intercultural congregations called MosaiX Academy. 



We have a number of speakers sharing on various workshop tracks, covering...

  • Intercultural Church

  • Reaching the Next Generation

  • Connecting the City in Worship

  • Training Missionary Disciples

  • Planting the Church of Tomorrow.

Each delegate will be able to attend two workshops during the morning.


Jessie Tang (Intercultural Worship)

Born in the UK with a Chinese background, Jessie is a fan of all things intercultural. She studied Music and Ethnomusicology with an interest in second-generation immigrants, intercultural worship and missions. Jessie is in the Songs2Serve EU core team, a ministry equipping intercultural churches across Europe towards creating new shared worship cultures which reflect the diversity of God’s people. She also leads the Songs2Serve UK network, working specifically in the British context. Jessie is enjoying planting a new intentionally intercultural church plant in Harrow, London, called Mosaic, where she leads worship. 


Dr Martin Robinson was born in India of British parents and educated in the UK.  Following 12 years working as a clergy person, mostly in inner city Birmingham, he spent 15 years as the Director of Mission and Theology at the Bible Society.  Martin was the Principal and CEO of ForMission College for 18 years.  Currently he is the National Moderator of FCC and also part of the Engage West Midlands core team.  Martin has written some 16 books on misson in the West and is an acknowledged international speaker, writer and thought leader. 


Adam Martin is the national director of Intercultural Churches UK ( and part of the Engage Strategic Leadership Team. Adam lives in Derby where he planted an intercultural church and now helps lead Reach; a diverse church working across the East Midlands. IC-UK is a resourcing network committed to seeing a new generation of churches emerge in the UK that fully reflects the diversity of our communities and God’s love for all nations.”


Yucan Chui - Born in Chicago to parents of Chinese descent, Yucan came to understand and experience Jesus in his teenage years while in California, and began to help create and lead communities of faith in his early 20s. Yucan is the Director of the Ethnos Network, a church planting coalition that starts multi-ethnic faith communities in urban areas around universities. 


Andrew Hodson is a church planter who has pioneered and planted several churches in the Dudley and Stourbridge Area of the West Midlands. He is a Counties Evangelist, part of the M4 UK Leadership team and serves as UK Director for Greater Europe Mission. Andrew also heads up the Engage West Midlands strategic leadership tea


Emmanuel Ioronungu and his wife Rita are the senior Pastors at The Love Centre, Wolverhampton – they love life and live it to the full! He is an evangelist and intercessors and they long to see people accepted for who they are and loved unconditionally, irrespective of the colour of their skin, culture, status or financial background. They believe church should be a fun filled, vibrant, non judgemental, loving, family environment where the uncompromising and undiluted gospel of Jesus Christ is taught and experienced in truth and in love!


Andy Mackie is the Forge Midlands Director helping to ‘mobilise and equip the people of God to participate in the mission of God’. He is also on the Engage WM Strategic Leadership Team. Andy lives in Birmingham, and has a passion to see the city and region transformed by the kingdom of God. Through strong city relationships with other leaders, he has been instrumental in enabling and supporting a number of city-wide projects, and is now focusing his energies on the wider church, across the city and region, to reach communities and multiply ministries.


Doug Sembuuze - Born and raised in Kampala, Uganda. Doug moved to the UK in 2007. During his first few years in England he worked with a number of charities that support youth work and was involved in the setting up of numerous projects in the Liverpool and Knowsley area of Merseyside. Doug moved to Birmingham in 2012, married his competitive and adventurous wife Bex, and they now have 3 boys. Doug enjoys playing music and taking part in competitive sports. He is currently the Youth & Communities Minister at Rowheath Pavilion Church which is located in the heart of Bournville.

Julia Carbajal is a Filipinx-American musician and worship leader, born and raised in San Diego, California, USA. Passionate about creativity and collaboration, she has spent the last 8 years leading in university spaces across the U.S. and has spent the last 18 months participating in virtual music projects with musicians from across the world. She is entering into her fifth year as the Music Director at The Center, a bilingual English/Spanish church in Escondido, CA. When she’s not performing or vocal arranging, you can find Julia behind the counter at a local coffee shop where she baristas part-time. Whether through music or hospitality, she is grateful for the opportunity to connect with members of her local and global communities.

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