20-22 June 2019
The G12 UK Conference brings people together from across the UK for a weekend of anointed teaching from global pastors, powerful worship, and more than anything, an expectation that the Holy Spirit will move in this nation like never before. Experience this year's conference in central London at the ILEC Conference Centre.
This year's Speakers
God is always preparing something new and we believe this year represents a fresh start for the United Kingdom. We are honoured to have a team of anointed global pastors and preachers speaking at this year's G12 UK Conference.
Pastor Cesar Castellanos
Pastor Cesar Castellanos is the founder of the G12 Vision and MCI Bogota. This church started with 8 people in 1983 and is now one of the largest churches in the world with 150,000 members. Its influence has spread across Colombia and in many churches and nations.
Pastors Wes & Adriana Richards
Pastors Wes & Adriana are the senior pastors of King's Church International based in Windsor and Robertson, South Africa. They are the G12 UK co-ordinators and host the annual G12 UK Conference. They work alongside a team of pastors who have implemented the G12 vision in their churches.
Pastor Jorge Andres Cataño
Pastor Andrew Cataño is a member of Pastor César’s senior team of 12 faithful disciples. He leads a ministry of several thousand people in Bogota, Colombia. He is also Pastor César’s translator and has also translated for many political and business leaders.
Bishop Oriel & Pastor Geraldine Ballano
Bishop Oriel & Pastor Geraldine Ballano are the founders and senior pastors of Doulos For Christ World Harvest Ministry in Manila, Philippines. They have seen their church grow from 200 members in 2003 to over 20,000 today. They are also the G12 Co-ordinators for the Philippines, overseeing more than 6,000 churches, and Bishop Oriel was ordained as a Bishop in 2010.
What food is available on site?
Food is not included within the ticket price. However, food is available for purchase from the Hotel’s two restaurants, La Table restaurant and carvery or The George & Dragon Pub. Drinks and snacks will also be available from the foyer of the hotel throughout the programme.
What food is available locally?
Outside of the venue, there are many local restaurants; The Prince London - 5 minutes’ walk; Porcini Pizzeria – 4 minutes’ walk; Veggie Vegan – 4 minutes’ walk; The Harwood Arms – 7 minutes’ walk; La pappardelle – 9 minutes’ walk; The Malt House – 10 minutes’ walk; Cote Brasserie – 11 minutes’ walk; Al Santo – 11 minutes’ walk; Nandos – 13 minutes’ walk; Thai Square – 13 minutes’ walk; Bodeabs BBQ – 13 minutes’ walk; Pizza express – 13 minutes’ walk; Wagamama - 13 minutes’ walk; Gourmet Burger Kitchen - 13 minutes’ walk; Yo Sushi – 14 minutes’ walk; Luna Nuova – 19 minutes’ walk; Gola - 19 minutes’ walk; Boma Restaurant – 24 minutes’ walk.
When are the conference sessions?
Thursday's sessions run from 7-9pm.
Friday’s sessions run from 9am-8.30pm.
Saturday’s sessions run from 9am-8.30pm.
Registration will be open 45 minutes before each session is due to begin on Thursday and Friday.
Is there disability access?
The venue has multiple access points to provide easy access for wheelchair users or those with limited mobility. There is also a lift up to the family room and hotel accommodation. There are accessible toilets available throughout the building.
What production effects will be used?
Strobe lighting and hazer effects will be used during conference worship sets & performances.
How do I get to the venue?
Find all of the routes and directions on the venue page here.
Can I stay nearby?
The Hotel Ibis London Earl’s Court hotel is the closest accommodation (it is connected directly to the conference centre) but there are other options to stay nearby. See the local options on our accommodation page here.