Please register by 28 February 2019. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Please check out our registration page for detailed information.
Children & young people
We welcome families to the Plumstead Conference. We expect parents to take responsibility for the supervision of their children throughout the conference unless they are in the crèche sessions. We ask young people under the age of 18 who register to attend without a parent to give the name of an adult who is willing to take responsibility for them while they are at the conference.
A crèche for under-11s is planned but will only be staffed during one of the morning and one of the afternoon Bible readings. At other times parents are free to make use of the crèche facilities if they wish, but must stay with their children. Offers for help with running the crèche will be much appreciated.
In door sports facilities and a swimming pool are available on site for over 16 year olds. Appropriate clothing and suitable sports shoes (non-marking) are required for using these.
Young people's meetings will be held in the evenings for singing and study.
The conference will be held at Kents Hill Park Conference centre:
Kents Hill Park Training and Conference Centre
For more information, see our travel directions page.
We do not charge for the conference but the following contributions are suggested:
- Monday night - Thursday night: £145
- Monday night - Friday morning: £170
- Part time visitors: £45 per night
- Day visitors: £42 per day
- FREE for 4 and under
We do not want anyone to feel they cannot come because they cannot afford this and we ask all residential and day visitors to consider what they can give towards the cost of the conference bearing in mind there are brethren who are less able to pay.
The conference is arranged by the meeting in Plumstead Common, but gifts should be made online to Chapter Two (link opens new window) but designated for the conference fund, as Chapter Two has kindly agreed to underwrite the conference. Gifts can also be made by credit card or in cash at the conference but advance payments are a great help with cash-flow.
UK taxpayers can make their gifts under the Gift Aid scheme.
Arrival and departure
Check-in will be available from 3pm on Monday. On arrival, please collect your room key and name badge from our registration desk located in the first floor above the main reception. You can leave your bags in the reception area whilst you register.
Please note that the area immediate outside the main reception building is reserved for short term parking. Please continue past the building for the main car park.
It is essential that you occupy the room allocated to you and that you do not sleep elsewhere on site for fire safety and evacuation reasons.
Please vacate rooms and return keys to the relevant accommodation office by 9am on the day of departure, including the final day of the conference.
Accommodation and meals
Accommodation is available on site, mostly in double rooms with en-suite, bed-linen, towels and tea and coffee making facilities. Some rooms with an additional bed are available for families.
To take advantage of on-site accommodation, please register as soon as possible.
Please make sure that your booking for accommodation and meals is firm. Late cancellations and early departures or other changes to arrangements will cost us non-refundable deposits and fees.
If you must cancel or change your booking, please let us know in good time so that we can liaise with the conference centre.
Chapter Two will provide a substantial range of Christian literature and materials for sale. They will also offer a 10% discount to students on all purchases during the conference.