What is Loud?


“The Church should be the loudest voice in the community!” – Bishop Melvin A. Brooks

LOUD is an international Christian conference, presented by Jabula (Rejoice New Life Ministries UK) from 29th May – 2nd June 2013. LOUD has been designed to equip the Church to ‘Return To Government’ and take her place in society as the driving force for social change.

No longer happy with “church as normal” Jabula aim to equip the church to be at the forefront of Governmental Politics, Education, Business, Employment and engagement in Third Sector projects to impact the community through the LOUD conference.

How does the church become the loudest voice in the community? Not by shouting but by making a ‘Return To Government’.

“Christian’s and the Church as a whole established many of the public services that exist today,” says Bishop Brooks.

“The church was active in caring for the sick, orphans, widows, the poor and the homeless before Government’s. The church took on the responsibility for teaching children who were forced into child labour by the industrial revolution (18th Century) on a Sunday with principles from the Bible, hence the term ‘Sunday School’ and so much more.

Sadly, one look at many Churches today shows us that there is little or no interaction with the community around them and that they have no influence within their town/city. Many of the things that the Church established are now nowhere to be found within the constitution of many Churches and Jabula, through LOUD will bring these fundamental principles and values back to a place of importance and priority within the Church at large seeing the ‘Return To Government’.

LOUD has been designed to transcend denominational boundaries that can sometimes act as a barrier to overall Kingdom perspective. Over five days we will host a series of events designed to engage all sectors of the community.


What's at Loud?

  • Collaboration

    Collaboration – work with many groups and sectors.

  • Cohesion

    Cohesion – unite with our local community.

  • Connection

    Connection – work with our congregations, reaching out and working collectively.

  • Co-ordination

    Co-ordination – lead in this vehicle for change.

Coming to Loud?