Queen’s Birthday Conference 2021


Our society has removed all reference to, or analysis of, ‘evil’ and yet wants to engage in moral discourse! How can Christians engage with our world, when our message is all about the evil within the human heart and God’s removal of it.

The Queen’s Birthday Conference 2021 helps Christians engage with the world and non-Christians to be challenged by Jesus’ death and resurrection.

The conference is a great time to hear Phillip Jensen teach God’s Word clearly, meet together and discuss the implications with each other during refreshments, pray and ask questions in the Q&A session – all of this is included in your registration for the In-person event at St Andrews Cathedral.

Our MC for the afternoon is Simon Gillham (Vice Principal and Head of Department of Mission at Moore Theological College).

If you live outside Sydney you can register for the Online event – the Conference will be premiered online at 2pm on the day (but will not include the Q&A session, prayer time or Simon Gillham). Get together with a group of people, hear the Bible taught and discuss the implications and pray together.

Please register for each person watching online as this helps us cover our production costs, or register as a group (and the viewing link will be sent to the group leader who registers).

Two Ways Ministries is a non-profit organisation and your financial partnership with us allows the work of gospel training to continue – we are currently undertaking significant work on developing our resource library so please consider contributing to this work by adding a donation – you can read more specifically about the project here.


COVID-Safe Information: Physical distancing and COVID hygiene will be in place and encouraged. Registrants who are feeling unwell and have any covid symptoms are urged to stay home (refunds available).


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  • QBC 21
    June 14, 2021
    1:30 pm - 5:00 pm


Venue Website:

Corner of George and Bathurst St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia