I love to inspire Churches to work together in local mission in their town or city.

“My passion is to help churches to work together across towns and cities in creative and Holy Spirit empowered ways in sharing the good news of Jesus.”

So, I’m not normally available to be booked to speak at an individual church on a Sunday. I am called, I believe, to work with Churches strategically in mission for their town or city and would love to help you do that alongside other churches working together in unity.

Two examples of this kind of serving has been ‘Love Bicester’ and ‘Restore Clacton’ where I helped the churches work together in small groups to design ways that they could show others that they were known and loved.

Speaking at conferences and church weekends.

I am available for some bookings in the year to speak at conferences and events to inspire people to share faith with an emphasis on the role of the Holy Spirit and His power in enabling Christians to go and tell the good news.

Please email me if you would like to enquire booking me to speak or train in evangelism: chris.duffett@lightcollege.ac.uk


•The suggested donation to book me to speak for a days training is £350 and £190 for a half day. For a church weekend the suggested donation is £900 which includes the preparation time.
•Any gift goes towards the ministry of Chris Duffett.
•Expenses are paid To ‘Revd. Chris Duffett’ for mileage at 40p per mile or the cost of Public Transport.

Short bio:

Chris lives near Cambridge with his wife Ruth and 3 grown up-ish children. He is a street evangelist and artist who founded The Light Project in 2000, a growing network of people who ‘reveal Jesus.’

He is a Co-Principal of The Light College and lectures on Theology, Culture and the arts.

Chris’ passion is to help churches in creative and Holy Spirit empowered ways to share the good news of Jesus. He loves to do new things in reaching people and has a passion for healing and signs and wonders.

Chris is a former president of the Baptist Union of Great Britain (2012-2013)

He helps lead a rural café in Cambridgeshire called lighthouse and is part of his local church in Cambourne.

His most recent book ‘PHILIP, a novel’ captures the life of Philip the evangelist. It’s a rags-to-spiritual-riches story full of warmth, romance, drama and truth.

His book ‘Big Hearted’ is described by John Drane as:

“…invaluable inspiration– though for church life as it now is, it needs to carry a health warning!”