Meet Paul Cowley at the next Throughcare Jigsaw Group Networking Breakfast

October 22nd, 2013 – Throughcare Jigsaw Group Networking Breakfast

Venue: Strangers’ Dining Room, NSW Parliament House for Tuesday October 22nd at 7:45am for an 8.00am start. Session will conclude at 9:30am.

Cost: $40 per head.

RSVP by 15th October

Booking for this event is essential

Speaker: Paul Cowley

Topic: Caring for prisoners, ex-offenders and marginalised people in the light of the legacy of William Wilberforce.

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Paul Cowley is the Executive Director of the William Wilberforce Trust, is the Director of Alpha for Prisons and Caring For Ex-offenders, is on the international board for Prison Fellowship, a Minister at Holy Trinity Brompton, London, and a former Prisoner himself.

Come along and hear Paul Cowley. Paul is the the Executive Director of Social Transformation and, which includes Alpha for Prisons, Caring for Ex-Offenders, Alpha for Forces, and the William Wilberforce Trust which encompasses , a counter human trafficking unit, the homeless drop in, Crosslight Debt counselling, as well as a number of courses dealing with money, dept, depression, and recovery.  He and his team support and co-ordinate the growth and organisation of these ministries across the country and increasingly around the world.  Their heart is to meet with people in their need, whether they are trapped in poverty and isolation on our most deprived inner city housing estates, or are homeless, workless and marginalised. They care for those struggling under the burdens of debt, addictions and depression, and help them to find freedom.  And fight on behalf of the most vulnerable of all, the children, women and men whose lives are blighted by modern day slavery and human trafficking.

YouTube clips of Paul Cowley:

Canadian Christian TV interview about Paul’s life and current ministry:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0mkQbsH5K4

Paul being interviewed by US? Christian TV?  Most personal, but least ministry focussed:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=W_KxugC1NAA&NR=1

Paul on BBC News, giving a CFEO perspective on UK govts idea to pay private orgns to support ex-inmates:

http://www.youtube.com/watclove Paulh?v=TcDuCAJYIsQ

CFEO partnership with Prison Fellowship:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CC1V77E6cBE

 

Alpha for Prisons www.alpha.org/prisons – Alpha is now registered as running in 80% of prisons in the UK and the prisons of over 65 countries around the world.  It is estimated that over 95,000 men and women have now completed the Alpha course in prison.Caring for Ex-Offenders www.caringforexoffenders.org – we have been able to support over 1000 men and women coming out of prison.  So far over 700 churches have expressed a desire to be involved in this work.Alpha for Forces www.alpha.org/forces – Alpha is now registered as running in all the major British Army Garrisons and is being run increasingly within the RAF and Royal Navy.  Alpha for Forces is running in 12 other countries Armed Forces and in operational environments such as Iraq and Afghanistan.

William Wilberforce Trust: www.williamwilberforcetrust.org.uk – The William Wilberforce Trust, named after the man whose faith and commitment changed the world, is a response to today’s urgent need for the transformation of society

Social Transformation – HTB is a member of Stop the Traffic www.stopthetraffik.org who raise awareness of and campaining against human trafficking.  We also support various other projects and charities – please look at www.htb.org.uk/st for further details of these.

Paul also sits on the following Boards:

 –       Prison Fellowship International

–       Eden London

–       West London Churches Homeless Concern

–       Military Ministries International

Booking for this event is essential

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For a brochure and booking by post please click  Paul Cowley Parliamentary Breakfast Sydney

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