Work of Ministry Leadership Conference, London 2022

Work of Ministry Leadership Conference, London 2022

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Unit 6

61 Lilford Road

Comberwell London


United Kingdom

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An international Bile conference for pastors, church leaders and church workers

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The empowerment of church workers through anointed teachings to be equipped and inspired to do the work of God effectively and effectively.

About this event

Highlights- Demystify the Work of the Ministry- Anointed teachings from renowned Ministers- Experience a season of revival, inspiration and be refreshed in God's presence- Network with anointed Ministers and benefit from their rich experiences- Discover opportunities to advance in the ministry

The International Bible Conference, London 2022 will welcome anointed ministers and their delegated church workers from around the globe to the United Kingdom on 18th - 20th August 2022 for three days power pack charismatic conference to empower church workers for fruitful ministry work to enhance church growth

Facilitate Networking

This conference seeks to facilitate Networking to ensure that it leads to potential partnerships that will improve the work of the ministry and increase the opportunity to share experiences and Christian resources for different departments in the local church assembly.

Attending this important International Bible Conference will enable Ministers and church Workers to improve their profile and generate brand awareness as a church organisation. Conference Participants will meet face to face with potential Ministers and Church Workers which is a great way to start building relationships. Participants will also have timely opportunities to introduce their services.


The registration for this conference is strictly for Ministers and Church Workers only. You can register for this event only online. You can register for Standard Ticket for £310 or VIP Ticket for £450. Group leaders are encouraged to register as VIP attendees to receive 60% discount for all conference resources.

1. Permitted applicants

You acknowledge and agree that only Eligible Ministers and Church Workers of Organisations shall be permitted to attend The Work of Ministry Leadership conference which is an International Bible Conference in London England on 26th - 28th September 2022.

2. Selection criteria

The Organiser shall allocate places and seats on a first come, first served basis for participants. Seats of VIP attendees will however be reserved.

3. Code of Practice for Participants

You shall ensure that you and your Representatives comply with the following provisions (the ‘code’)

a. Representatives must not advertise the services of any organisation other than the organisation they are representing (in any manner including, without limitation, by distributing marketing materials) unless authorised by the Main Contact and with approval from the Organiser.

b. If a Representative is deemed not to be complying with the above code the Organiser reserves the right to inform the Main Contact. Continual breaches may result in the Organiser excluding the relevant Representative from the event. The decision of the Organiser as to whether there is a breach of the code will be final. It is your responsibility to ensure all Representatives are aware of this code.

c. If a Representative is deemed not to be complying with the above code the Organiser reserves the right to inform the Main Contact. Continual breaches may result in the Organiser excluding the relevant Representative from the conference. The decision of the Organiser as to whether there is a breach of the code will be final. It is your responsibility to ensure all Representatives are aware of this code.

4. Conference fees

Once you have purchased the event ticket You shall not pay any additional fees to participation in all the conference. Unless otherwise stated, all fees published in the conference details for UK organisations are exclusive of VAT, which you shall, where applicable, pay in addition.

The Organiser will invoice you not more than six weeks prior to the conference for the fees payable for the event. In the event that you place an order for any additional items after submission of the application, these will be invoiced separately.

All invoices shall be paid within 30 days of the invoice date. In the event of late payment, the Organiser reserves the right to charge interest at three per cent per annum above the UK base lending rate of Barclays Bank from the date on which the invoice has become due until the date of payment, calculated on a daily basis. In addition, if any invoices remain outstanding, the Organiser shall be entitled to refuse any other applications made by you to participate in other conferences.

5. Refund Policy

Those who have booked for the conference shall receive full refund in 21 days if the event is cancelled by the organiser for reasons beyond their control. In such situation they will be informed two weeks to the event and will be told about the new date for the event. This will not apply to sudden change in government regulations or natural disaster. There will be no refund for those who fail to attend the conference on the set date for the event or indicate cancellation.

6. Air travel, visas, and freight

You acknowledge and agree that the price of the event ticket does not include, visas, insurance, freight charges, international or domestic travel costs or other ancillary costs arising out of participation in the conference, unless otherwise expressly stated.

7. Loss or damage suffered by you

Nothing in these Terms shall exclude or restrict the liability of either party to the other for death or personal injury resulting from negligence or for fraudulent misrepresentation or in any other circumstances where liability may not be limited under any applicable law. Subject to the immediately preceding sentence:

a. the Organiser shall have no liability for the damage, theft or loss of the participants for the conference. Organisations and individuals shall participate in the conference at their own risk and take out all appropriate insurances. However, health and safety measures will be met; and security personals will be at the conference to ensure peace and tight security;

b. neither the owner of the Venue nor the Organiser accepts any liability for any accident, damage or injuries suffered in any way in connection with the conference by you, your delegates, agents, contractors, representatives, invitees, or any other person whatsoever;

c. the Organiser shall not be liable to you for: loss of profits; loss of business; depletion of goodwill and/or similar losses; loss of anticipated savings; loss of goods; loss of contract; loss of use; loss of corruption of data or information; or any special, indirect, consequential, or pure economic loss, costs, damages, charges, or expenses;

d. the Organiser's total liability in contract, tort (including negligence or breach of statutory duty), misrepresentation, restitution or otherwise arising in connection with these Terms shall be limited to the fees paid by you to the Organiser under these Terms.

8. Loss or damage caused by you

You shall indemnify the Organiser against all actions, claims, suits, costs, expenses or demands (whether in respect of damage to property, personal injury or otherwise and including all legal costs and other expenses suffered or incurred by the Organiser) which any person may bring or claim arising in relation to the conference caused by your breach of these Terms or any other acts or omissions of you, your delegates, agents, contractors, representatives or invitees.

9. Use of Venue and conduct at the conference

a. You must not display literature on behalf of organisations that are not participating in the conference. If requested to do so by the Organiser, you shall submit all promotional materials and displays to the Organiser for approval and to make such changes as shall be agreed. If agreement cannot be reached in respect of such promotional materials and/or displays, you must withdraw the relevant literature, material, or display from the conference.

b. You shall not use the Venue for any illegal or immoral purpose and the Organiser reserves the right to remove all material that in its sole opinion may be considered offensive or obscene. You shall not use the conference Venue for the purpose of betting or gambling. You shall not act in any way which may be derogatory or detrimental to the reputation, image and/or goodwill of the Organiser.

c. All goods and property brought into the Venue are brought in at the owner’s risk.

d. Rectify all damage caused by you or your representatives and do all other things necessary.

e. You must pay or reimburse the Organiser for all sums necessarily expended by reason of such default.

f. The Organiser reserves the right to eject from the Venue any individual or organisation deemed to be acting inappropriately during the conference.

g. Dress should be appropriate for the country in which the conference is being held and you shall ensure that all Representatives dress accordingly.

h. You shall comply with all applicable legislation in force in England and Wales and the territory in which the conference takes place.

10. Intellectual property rights

You shall only be entitled to use the Organiser’s name, trademarks, and logos for the purposes of promoting your attendance at the conference and in accordance with any style guides or other instructions issued by the Organiser.

You hereby grant to the Organiser a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free licence to use your logos and trademarks (registered or otherwise) for promotional and commercial use in connection with your involvement with the conference (including, without limitation in any promotional materials prepared by or on behalf of the Organiser for the conference).

Except where these Terms expressly state otherwise, nothing in these Terms shall give either party any right title or interest in the intellectual property rights of the other or to any associated goodwill and the parties acknowledge and agree that all such rights and goodwill are and shall remain vested in the other. Each party shall promptly notify the other of any actual or threatened infringement of any intellectual property rights of the other party which comes to its notice and at the request and expense of the other shall do all such things as may be reasonably required to assist in any proceedings in relation to any such infringement or claim.

11. Data protection

If any Personal Data are disclosed by the Organiser to you in connection with the conference, you shall, in relation to such Personal Data:

a. Process the Personal Data only in accordance with instructions from the Organiser;

b. Process the Personal Data only to the extent, and in such a manner, as is necessary for the performance of your obligations under these Terms or as is required by law;

c. implement appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect the Personal Data against unauthorised or unlawful Processing and against accidental loss, destruction, damage, alteration, or disclosure. These measures shall be appropriate to the harm which might result from any unauthorised or unlawful Processing, accidental loss, destruction, or damage to the Personal Data and having regard to the nature of the Personal Data which is to be protected

d. not transfer the Personal Data to any country or territory outside the European Economic Area without the prior written consent of the Organiser;

e. take reasonable steps to ensure that such Personal Data are not unlawfully disclosed or Processed because of your access to such Personal Data.

“Personal Data”, “Process” and “Processing” shall have the meanings ascribed to them in the UK Data Protection Act (and GDPR).

12. Conference cancelled due to force majeure

Neither party shall be in breach of these Terms if it is prevented from or delayed in performing its obligations under these Terms by acts, events, omissions, or accidents beyond its reasonable control (‘Force Majeure’).

If the country or location of the conference becomes unsafe due to an event of Force Majeure, including but not limited to war, earthquake, typhoon, adverse weather, strike, fires, floods, terrorism, pandemics, acts of god and any natural disaster, the Organiser reserves the right to cancel the conference with immediate effect. In such circumstances, the Organiser shall be entitled to pay any conference costs that cannot be refunded, cancelled, or otherwise avoided from the price of event ticket paid. The conference fees paid by organisations would then be refunded by the Organiser less the unavoidable conference costs that have been paid by the Organiser. The balance would be divided equally between all organisations. You will be responsible for any cancellation charges on flights, accommodation, and any other costs that you may incur in respect of such cancellation.

13. Termination of agreement

The Organiser shall be entitled to terminate on immediate notice its agreement on these Terms with you if:

a. you or any of your Representatives commit any breach of, or fails to observe, any of these Terms;

b. you become (or, in the reasonable opinion of the Organiser, are at serious risk of becoming) insolvent or unable to pay your debts as they fall due; or

c. you fail to pay any sum due under these Terms.

d. If the agreement on these Terms is terminated by the Organiser, unless otherwise agreed between the Organiser and you in writing, you shall pay to the Organiser any expenses or loss incurred by the Organiser arising because of such termination.

14. Disputes & governing law

Should there be any dispute in relation to these Terms or your participation in the conference, the parties agree that the matter shall be referred to the BGM Events Management team as per the BGM Ministries Ltd complaints procedure. If either party is dissatisfied with the decision, further actions deem fit shall apply.

15. Notices

If either party wishes to give notice to the other party under these terms and conditions, the notice shall be delivered by first class recorded delivery mail to (in the case of the Organiser) the address given at the beginning of these terms and conditions or (in your case) the address specified in the Application. The notice will be deemed to have been received the first business day following the date of posting.

16. Child protection code of conduct participant to the conference

This is not an exhaustive or exclusive list. The principle is that you should not act in any way that constitutes abuse of children and young people, and always aim for best practise standards.


a. Listen to and respect children,

b. Be aware of situations which may present risks for children and take appropriate actions

c. As far as possible, be visible when working with children

d. Consider your physical appearance at work. Adults working with children should dress appropriately for the task undertaken

e. Report any concerns you may have about the protection or wellbeing of a child/children to Brijen’s staff at the conference

f. Observe confidentiality and not talk about any situations of actual or suspected abuse that occurs except in accordance with this policy. This is necessary to protect the privacy of those involved


a. Hit or otherwise physically assault or abuse children

b. Act in ways meant to shame, humiliate, belittle, or degrade children

c. Show differential treatment, or favour children to the exclusion of others

d. Use language or make suggestions which are inappropriate, offensive, or abusive

e. Spend excessive time alone with children away from others

f. Develop relationships with children which could in any way be seen as exploitative or abusive

g. Develop intimate sexual relationships with children

h. Pay for sexual services, of any kind, at any time, with anyone under the age of 18 years old

i. Expose children to pornographic materials in electronic or any other form

j. Permit children to take part in activities that are illegal, unsafe, or abusive

Whilst at the conference not take or condone the taking of illegal drugs

b. do not drink alcohol when with children (or prior to contact

c. do not take photos of children participating in Brijens activities without getting consent from the child when possible. Consent always needs to be given in writing by the parent/carer.

d. do not Let allegations go unreported, including any made against them.

e. do not use personal email accounts, social networking sites, mobile phones, or other means of communication to contact children. Always use business e-mail accounts and copy in parents when sending out communication to children.

Brijens is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and to a policy of equal opportunity and diversity, and expects all staff and stakeholders to share this commitment.

Contact Details of Organiser

BGM Ministries Ltd

Trading name: Brijens

Registered Address:

300 Vauxhall Bridge Road,

London SW1V 1AA

United Kingdom

Company Number: 08482571

Conference Director:

Mrs Jennifer Gray-Mills MSc, BSc Hons (She/her)


Phone Number: 0044 7931314113

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