Ladies Days

Need to leave for school runs or other activities? Ladies Days run 10.15am to 2pm approx with tea, coffee and biscuits from 9.45am and a 2 course lunch at 1.15pm. At Mulberry House Hotel, Chelmsford Road, High Ongar, CM5 9NL.

Compacted day with 3 sessions from our speaker. Feel free to stay on after lunch and relax or have some quiet time in the Pastoral Meeting Room (subject to availability).

Our Ladies Days are a time for worship, teaching and encouragement. SCROLL DOWN FOR DATES.

To book please ring 01277 365398 option 4 or email admin@nctuk.org The day costs £26.50 which includes the 2 course lunch (and a financial gift for our speaker).

CHECK OUT OUR Delving Deeper Days too! CLICK HERE

We will have ventilation in meetings and maintain social distancing where possible. Feel free to wear a face-covering during the meeting if you prefer to, even when not mandatory.

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Naomi Hutchison Covered, clothed and courageous!

WEDNESDAY 1st MARCH 2023. at Mulberry House Hotel, Chelmsford Road, High Ongar, CM5 9NL.

Naomi uses a mix of Bible teaching, story and poetry to unpack three hugely encouraging truths - God covers us, He clothes us and He gives us courage. Being sure that we’re covered, clothed and given courage enables us to boldly live life in all its fullness; embrace all that we’re called to and face any challenges along the way.

An uplifting day for all women!

Naomi is a Bible teacher, communicator and poet. She is a contributor to the YouVersion Bible app and a regular guest on Premier Christian Radio. She lives in Kent with her husband Andy and their two sons.

Our Ladies Days are a time for worship, teaching and encouragement.

9.45am for tea/coffee for a 10.15am start with a 2 course lunch at 1.15pm. Stay on after lunch to relax, pray and reflect. £26.50 per person.

To book please call 01277 365398 option 4 or email admin@nctuk.org

Lynette Brooks - Kintsugi Hope

PREVIOUS EVENT! October 2022 at Mulberry House Hotel, Chelmsford Road, High Ongar, CM5 9NL (on the A414 itself). 10.15am - 2pm.

SEASONS OF LIFE

Lynette is Relationship Manager at Kintsugi Hope. Kintsugi Hope is a charity striving to make a difference to people's mental wellbeing.

We all pass through seasons in our spiritual, emotional and physical lives, and we can be honest with God no matter what season we are in. The ‘season’ may last a day, months or years – but God is with us, knows us and sees us in every season. We all experience times when we feel full of joy and hope and times when we feel overwhelmed, times when God’s presence is almost tangible and times when we feel disconnected and God seems far away. Lynette will talk about spiritual seasons of Winter (rest), Spring (hope), Summer (fruitfulness) and Autumn (Pruning). In looking at the seasons we find ourselves, not based on the weather or how old we are, but on our spiritual ‘season’, we can be more aware of and embrace what God may be doing in our lives. Be encouraged through teaching and time for reflection, as we discover together that with God, there is hope in every season.

'Kintsugi' (金継ぎ) is a Japanese technique for repairing pottery with seams of gold. The word means 'golden joinery' in Japanese. This repairs the brokenness in a way that makes the object more beautiful, and even more unique than it was prior to being broken. Instead of hiding the scars it makes a feature of them. The charity aims to see a world where mental and emotional health is understood and accepted, with safe and supportive communities for everyone to grow and flourish.

Lynette started her working life as a nurse and Health Visitor, then left the NHS to go to Bible school, followed by a season on team at a Jamaican school. Lynette was a member of the CWR team at Waverley Abbey House, where she worked for many years in a variety of roles. She loves helping people to grow and flourish.

TO BOOK please ring 01277 365398 option 4 or email admin@nctuk.org The day costs £26.50 which includes the 2 course lunch (and a financial gift for our speaker).

CATHERINE PRICE will display her handmade cards, pendants, paintings and cushions for sale. Ideas for Christmas or birthdays?! A percentage of the pendant sales goes to Kintsugi Hope: CLICK HERE

CHECK OUT OUR Delving Deeper Days too! CLICK HERE

Cindy Kent MBE. From Pop Artist to Priest

PREVIOUS EVENT WEDNESDAY 16TH MARCH 2022. 10.15am - 2pm Tea/coffee from 9.45am.

at Mulberry House Hotel, Chelmsford Road, High Ongar, CM5 9NL.

After quitting the pop world, Cindy turned to religion and became the first presenter to be signed to Premier Christian Radio. Cindy will share her story and also encourage us with a Bible message: Do you suffer from Imposter Syndrome? Do you wonder why God could love YOU? You need to hear that there is nothing you can do today to make God love you more .... and there is nothing you can do today to make God love you less.

Cindy began her career as a singer with the pop-folk group, The Settlers, who had a Top 40 hit with ‘The Lightning Tree’. Cindy’s Christian faith brought her into contact with many famous Christian faces. Cindy has previously worked at Radio 4, Radio 2, and Radio 1 as well as LBC and Capital Radio. In 1995 she was the first presenter recruited to the team for Premier Christian Radio as a broadcaster. Cindy became an ordained priest in 2008. She was awarded an MBE in 2016 for services to religious broadcasting.

CHECK OUT OUR Delving Deeper Days too! CLICK HERE

To book please ring 01277 365398 option 4 or email admin@nctuk.org The day costs £26.50 which includes the 2 course lunch (and a financial gift for our speaker).