Items filtered by date: May 2016 - Cambridge Christian Professionals Network (CCPN)
Friday, 20 May 2016 15:51

Yemi Adedeji

Our April CCPN meeting will take place on Monday the 25th April 2016.Our Speaker isRev. Yemi Adedeji. 

About Yemi Adedeji

Yemi is an ordained Anglican Priest at the Chaplaincy of St. Marylebone and a Canon of the Cathedral at St Pirans. He has an M.A. (Theology) and M.Min. (Pastoral Studies) from the University of Wales and is a graduate of Business Management and Economics and a former commercial manager with Marks and Spencer. 

In 2004 he made Jesus House his family church. Yemi functions in a dual capacity and balances his responsibilities within the Anglican Church with those at Jesus House. He serves as pastoral aide to the Senior Pastor. His remit involves assisting in ecumenical engagements and in relationship-building between the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) network and the Anglican Church. He also oversees the Jesus House protocol department.

He is the Global Ambassador for Compassion UK and Associate Director for Hope Together, the charity hub that unites denominations and Christian organisations in the UK for mission and evangelism.

Yemi is also CEO of Mind the Gap Consultant, a consultancy that supports churches and Christian charities in the UK. 

His interests include fashion, meeting new people and cruise travel. He is married toSimi; they have three biological children and six adopted / sponsored children.

Meeting Location details

Venue: Le Gros Franck  

Address: 57 Hills Rd, Cambridge CB2 1NT

Phone:01223 565560

Note: Free parking at St Andrews College Cambridge after 6pm

For assistance with direction, please contact the following:

Olu: 07917567118

A light buffet will be provided, (please send us an email to confirm your attendance: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

See you there.

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