We are so excited to welcome back the Leadership Conference to St Peter’s Brighton; after the success of the LC17 hub we cannot wait to open the doors again on 6-7 May 2019. 

LC19 will inspire and equip you for leadership in all walks of life, including the church, home and workplace. There’ll be internationally renown speakers, a localised programme of seminars, worship and prayer, and space to network with other leaders. Come with others from your church, or on your own.

We look forward to welcoming you in May.

Love, Archie & Sam
Your LC19 Brighton Hosts

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Who is the Leadership Conference for?

This conference is for the dreamer, the doer, those just starting out or the seasoned professional. You want to build your character and your confidence as a leader in Christ and you are ready to be challenged like never before. Join others from around the globe as we play our part in the evangelisation of the nations, the revitalisation of the Church and the transformation of society.

What is the address for the Leadership Conference in Brighton?

The LC19 hub in Brighton is being hosted at St Peter’s. The address is St Peter's Church, York Place, Brighton BN1 4GU

What are the programme timings for the Leadership Conference?

9.00am                    Doors open
10.15am – 12.00pm       Main session 1
2.00pm – 3.45pm          Main session 2
4.15pm – 5.15pm          Seminars
6.45pm                  Doors open
7.15pm – 9.30pm         Main session 3

How do I get to the venue?

By car: St Peter's is situated in the heart of Brighton. The church sits between York Place and Richmond Place. Brighton Met Car Park and Trafalgar Street Car Park are just a 2 minute walk away or search www.justpark.com for other local car parks.

By public transport: Brighton train station is a 7 min walk or alternatively there is a bus stop & taxi rank right outside church.

Where else is the conference happening?

The Leadership Conference 2019 will be based at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 May 2019, with hubs across the UK running the conference locally via satellite at the same time. As well as a hub here in Brighton, there will be hubs in London, Birmingham, Edinburgh and Plymouth.

(There will also be an international hub running the conference in Kuala Lumpur after the London event. Please click here for more information.)

How much are tickets?

Tickets vary in price, depending on your ticket type.

Individual ticket: £75 each
Group* ticket: £65 each
Concession ticket**: £50 each

*group of 10+ people
**students & under 25s

Can I pick where I want to sit?

For those attending the Brighton hub, you will be allocated a seating zone and it’s then up to you to select a seat within that zone.

Is BSL interpretation available?

Interpretation into British Sign Language (BSL) is available at the Royal Albert Hall venue. If you are planning to attend the Brighton hub and require BSL interpretation, please contact LC19@stpetersbrighton.org

Do you have any recommendations of places to stay overnight?

Luxury: www.hotelduvin.com or www.grandbrighton.co.uk or www.drakesofbrighton.com
Mid-range: www.hilton.com/hotel/brighton or www.harbourhotels.co.uk or www.myhotels.com/brighton
Budget: Travel Lodge* - www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/356/Brighton-Seafront-hotel  or www.premierinn.co.uk or www.jurysinn.co.uk

Is catering available at this event?

Catering is not included in your ticket price, but we’ll pop a list of our favourite coffee shops & restaurants in the programme you’ll collect on arrival at the event.

Can I reserve tickets now and pay for them later?

Sorry, we are not able to reserve tickets. You are required to pay in full when making your booking; the system will only register your booking at the point of a completed payment. If you get to the payment page but do not pay, you will not be registered on the system and your tickets will be lost. 

Can I book a ticket for just one day of the conference?

The registration fee covers both days of the conference. Due to how our ticketing system works we are not able to offer a registration option to attend just one day of the event, or for attendance at the evening sessions only.

We are happy for you to make your own arrangements to share tickets but regret we cannot assist in making these arrangements.

Please note that Monday 6 May is a bank holiday in the UK.

Can I get a refund?

If you wish to cancel your booking for Event Tickets for this event, the following cancellation fees apply (Cancellation Fees) (this does not affect your rights as outlined in clause 8 of our Standard E-Commerce Terms and Conditions):  

 (a) Cancellations made from 8 May 2018 to 6 October 2018, a £25 administration fee will be charged per ticket and 100% of the price of the Event Tickets will be refunded; 
 (b) Cancellations made from 7 October 2018 to 6 February 2019 will be subject to 50% Cancellation Fees and only 50% of the price of the Event Tickets will be refunded; 
 (c) Cancellations made after 7 February 2019 will be subject to 100% Cancellation Fees and 100% of the price of the Event Tickets will be forfeited. 

No fee is applicable for name transfers. If a delegate can no longer attend the event, we would encourage them to arrange for someone to replace them in order to avoid losing any percentage of their booking fee. You can change the name on the registration by logging into your account and replacing the delegate information for that ticket up until the 7 February 2019.