Ladies Days

Our Ladies Days, held on Thursdays, are intended to inspire and equip you in your walk with God.

We hope this year’s programme of events will bring encouragement, strength and joy to those that attend. So many people are worn down with busy and difficult lives. The Lord God can strengthen those who are weak and refill those who feel empty. We want to be a resource for you; where the dry land will rejoice and blossom (Isaiah 35:1). Our Ladies Days will provide you with both spiritual and practical nourishment! A time to hear from God through our guest speakers and a time to rest in God’s presence and to respond to him. The day starts with tea or coffee and we will then be led in a time of worship before we welcome our guest speaker. We pray our Ladies Days will refresh and renew you.

The day costs £25.00, includes tea/coffee from 10am, lunch and ends at 3.30pm.

To book please call: 01277 365 398 (option 4) or book online below.

New hope for a new year

Thursday 31st January - Helen Yousaf

Helen is a songwriter, worship leader and painter. Helen’s prophetic ministry of singing encourages the body of Christ and speaks a word in season. Helen’s powerful voice speaks to those in pain, or feeling a lack of purpose. Her songs of honesty, hope and heartfelt passion will draw the listener in. Helen will speak, sing and paint at this first Ladies Day of the year; come and be encouraged!!

Receiving from the Lord

Thursday 21st February - Fiona Hendley Jones

Fiona was an actress, but latterly a Christian speaker and married to Paul Jones, musician, broadcaster and lead singer in The Manfreds. Many are deeply frustrated, feeling their prayers are not being answered. A sense of hopelessness can set in and the ability to dream for the future can be dampened. Fiona’s encouraging personality and years in God’s Word, will help us learn how to position ourselves to receive from our Heavenly Father.

Do you work in a school? This Ladies Day is in most school’s half term which might enable you to attend.

Reconnecting

Thursday 2nd May - Jen Larcombe and Carol Bostock

Have you ever felt a bit ‘cut off’ from God - disconnected or lacking in enthusiasm? It happens to us all occasionally and we lose that inner joy for so many legitimate reasons. So take a day away from all your busyness and responsibilities and have time to come back to God again and find out how He wants to use your time, energy and resources.

Lessons from hard places

Thursday 6th June - Anne Coles

How do we respond when difficult circumstances come our way? How can we learn and grow in tough times? How can we trust God when we don’t understand what we’re going through? Anne will share from her personal experience of her recently born grand-daughter who is encephalocele (a rare congenital type of neural tube defect where part of the skull has not formed properly) and what the Lord has taught her and her family during this season.

Do you need to collect children from school? The afternoon will have a new format including questions, discussion and prayer ministry. Stay if you can or feel free to leave when needed to collect children.

Stepping stones to victory

Thursday 11th July - Carol Moore

Carol’s love for God, life experience and simply having been a pastor’s wife have equipped her to speak with refreshing reality, openness and humour about aspects of life often left unspoken. Using the Bible and experience, Carol speaks woman to woman, showing how life’s disappointments can become a stepping stone to victory. Through the power of the cross and the comfort of the Holy Spirit, deep emotional hurts can be touched by the healing power of God’s Word, yielding wholeness and freedom.

Living all out for God without burning out!

Thursday 26th September - Christine Perkin

How do we make the most of each different stage of our lives? How do we keep going full on for Jesus right to the end? How do we go for it with all we’ve got without burning ourselves out in the process? Come away for the day and explore these issues. Christine is an associate pastor and leads alongside her husband, Paul, at St Marks Battersea in London - one of the first church plants from Holy Trinity Brompton.

Hope for our tomorrows

Thursday 31st October - Susie Harrington

In Jeremiah 29:11 Gods speaks life and strength into a hopeless and strengthless people. As the people of God we carry in us the knowledge and certain revelation that Jesus is the same, yesterday, today and forever. As we’ve trusted Him in the past, we can rely on Him for today and hope in Him for our tomorrows. Susie co-leads with her husband Trevor, a church in Suffolk, and also BE, Skylark International’s women’s conference.

Do you work in a school? This Ladies Day is in most school’s half term which might enable you to attend.

Living in Christ

Thursday 21st November - Amy Boucher Pye

We will explore the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Colossians as we consider what it means to live ‘in’ Christ and ‘for’ Christ. We’ll look at the incomparable Christ, and how as redeemed believers we leave behind our old selves as we become more like Jesus day by day. There will be time to engage with some helpful prayer exercises to apply to our everyday life. Feel refreshed, challenged and equipped to live each new day with Jesus.

Do you need to collect children from school? The afternoon will have a new format including questions, discussion and prayer ministry. Stay if you can or feel free to leave when needed to collect children.