Junior Anglican Evangelical Conference

According to Paul, a church leader is ‘an overseer of God’s household’ (Titus 1:7).

At this year’s Junior Anglican Evangelical Conference (JAEC), we examined what it means to be part of this household as bishop, presbyter, deacon, and lay person. These talks are in the process of being uploaded to the website.


Resources from previous conferences

Established by John Richardson in 2011, Church Society has hosted this conference since 2014. It is specifically for those who are ‘junior’, that is anyone considering ministry in the Church of England, lay or ordained, through training, curacy and the first few years of incumbency or the equivalent. The conference aims to help anyone in that category be more effective as an Anglican Evangelical, making the most of every opportunity to reach the lost for Jesus, build up the church through his word, and send workers into God’s harvest field. JAEC is usually held in the last week of August.