The objectives of this conference are threefold: to celebrate all that EFLGC has achieved during the time from its establishment in the 1980s through to the present and what it has meant to its members; to consider the present circumstances and the result of the postal ballot of members currently taking place at an EGM to be held on the Saturday; and then to plan for the results of the postal ballot and consider if EF has an alternative future.
The main focus of the conference will be a celebration of all that EF has done, what it has achieved and what it has meant to its members. You are asked to contribute your memories in any way you wish: written, photographic or verbal and there will be an opportunity to deliver your memories personally during the weekend. There will be a celebratory worship service of thanksgiving held on the Saturday afternoon so that as many people as possible will be able to attend. There will also be a communion service held as usual on the Sunday morning.
Holland House is a Retreat, Conference and Laity Centre. The main building is a beautiful old Tudor building, with well-kept gardens on the banks of the River Severn, in the picturesque village of Cropthorne, Worcestershire.