The government has relaxed the guidelines regarding Covid-19. We will still maintain ventilation in meetings. Please feel free to wear a face-covering during meetings if you would like to. We will continue to maintain social distancing when possible.
Bookings must be made in advance. Please scroll down below to see dates so far.
Our Ladies Days are a time for worship, teaching and encouragement. The day gives you time to hear from God through our guest speaker and a time to rest in God’s presence. The day starts with a time of worship before we invite our guest to speak.
We pray you will be renewed and refreshed in your Christian walk and better equipped to stand strong in God’s Word.
The day starts with refreshments from 10-10.30am and ends about 3.15pm. The day costs £25.00, which includes tea, coffee, biscuits and a two course lunch (and a financial gift towards our speaker's ministry).
For enquiries or to book please ring this temporary number during pandemic 01277 367124.
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TUESDAY 7TH SEPTEMBER 2021
Fiona was an actress, playing leading roles at The Royal National Theatre, The Royal Shakespeare Company, West End shows and TV; latterly she is a Christian speaker. She is married to Paul Jones,
musician, broadcaster and lead singer in The Manfreds. Fiona, with Paul, presented the Christian TV programme The 700 Club and she had the privilege of ministering with Luis Palau many times over years. Fiona is an evangelist and preacher of The Gospel to encourage, lift up and inspire people on their life journey.
Fiona's years spent in God's Word and encouraging personality is sure to bring us a wonderful Ladies Day!
Join us as Fiona speaks about 'The Joy of a Spirit-led life of peace’ which brings....
Please telephone 01277 367124 to book (temporary number during pandemic).
THURSDAY 25TH NOVEMBER 2021 - ELAINE STORKEY
Not heard Elaine speak before? Listen to a recent talk by Elaine:
Elaine will look at specific challenges women faced in the Bible. She will talk about their courage, strength and faith in the male-dominated cultures they lived in. She will examine different women’s experiences and explore what women can learn from those challenges today. A review of her recent book on this subject said:
"Wonderfully engaging book" and "successfully and beautifully shows just how integral women are in the weaving together of God and humanity's redemptive history".
One is "sure to be both challenged and blessed by Storkey's brilliant writing and depth of insight".
"an extraordinarily empowering and encouraging read".
A long-time scholar, philosopher and social activist, Elaine is also a writer, radio broadcaster and lecturer in Theology and Religious Studies. She is a regular speaker at Christian events: Spring Harvest, Soul Survivor, Greenbelt, New Wine. Elaine has a regular feature in Woman Alive magazine. She is a former member of the General Synod and was previously President of Tearfund, amongst other roles! Elaine is wife to Alan and mother to 3 sons.
To book a place please ring 01277 367124 (temporary number during pandemic).
THURSDAY 14th October 2021- Marilyn Baker and Tracy Williamson
Discover the life transforming power of God’s Word through the music and teaching of Marilyn Baker and Tracy Williamson. Come aside for this day of rest and renewal and be blessed. The day will be a mix of worship and sharing from Marilyn and teaching and prophetic insight from Tracy. Marilyn became blind as a child, but soon demonstrated a gift for music, which took her to the Royal College of Music and into a teaching profession. She had a longing to communicate her faith and began writing anointed songs. Author and speaker Tracy Williamson is Marilyn’s partner in this work and her personal assistant. Early in life she suffered an illness, which affected her hearing and sight.
To book a place please ring 01277 367124 (temporary number during pandemic).
TUESDAY 17TH AUGUST 2021 - HELEN AZER
Not heard Helen speak before? Listen to a recent talk by Helen:
Shaken But Not Stirred
In these ongoing uncertain times, we can often feel a little shaken. But as we gather together, let’s be reminded of the unchanging nature of the Ancient of Days, be refreshed and renewed in His wonderful presence and secured to stand firm and live fruitful lives.
So now, beloved ones, stand firm, stable, and enduring. Live your lives with an unshakable confidence. We know that we prosper and excel in every season by serving the Lord, because we are assured that our union with the Lord makes our labour productive with fruit that endures. (1 Corinthians 15:58 TPT).
Helen was born in England but grew up in Egypt where she lived for the first sixteen years of her life. On a year abroad in Germany for her university degree course studying the history of the Reformation, Helen felt God’s call to full-time Christian ministry. She trained at Wycliffe Hall theological college, Oxford, and was ordained in 2004. Helen is Director of Ministry at Heartcry Ministries. She is called to especially train and equip the Church and desires to enable Christians to become radical lovers of Jesus who are informed, articulate and confident communicators of their faith. She also volunteers her time at St Andrews Church in Cumnor, Oxford.
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For queries or to book for the day please telephone 01277 367124 (temporary number during pandemic). Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
WEDNESDAY 7TH JULY 2021 - HELEN YOUSAF
Join us to hear prophetic worship leader and speaker, Helen Yousaf. Helen sings and speaks hope into people’s lives. She is also a painter and uses her creative art to allow the Holy Spirit to minister to people. Join us for a day to be encouraged by God through Helen’s words, songs and art! Helen is a mother of two girls and wife to Shakeel for 20 years. They live in Romford and travel as part of Elim's itinerant ministry of encouragement to the church. Helen has been a passionate worshipper of Jesus since she came to faith at the age of 15.
For queries email: email@example.com
To book please telephone 01277 367124 (temporary number during pandemic).
THIS EVENT WILL BE REARRANGED - Florence Joseph
Final topic to be confirmed.
Today is about looking at our negative self-talk. It’s something we often do unconsciously and we’ll be exploring why we do it, how it can change and the power within us, through the presence of Jesus, to shift the atmosphere in and around us. We will discover some surprising things about ourselves from the Bible as we listen to the Lord together. For her entire adult life Florence has moved between the church, the marketplace and the nations inspiring people from all walks of life to live their best lives, pouring out to others what God has poured into them. She oversees leadership training in the local church, works in Christian media and exercises a teaching ministry at home and abroad.
PREVIOUS EVENT Thursday 30th January 2020 - Reona Joly
Over the centuries the Bible has been burned and banned, reviled and ridiculed, attacked by the critics and the sceptics. Still it stands unscathed, the most read, the most loved, the most wonderful book in all the world. Lets ask ourselves, is my diet of God’s Word adequate? Am I nourished, strengthened and guided by it on a daily basis? We love to sing it but do we know how to apply it in our lives? How do I raise the Shield of Faith? How do I wield the Sword of the Spirit? For more than 50 years Reona has pursued an international Bible teaching ministry covering subjects that encourage the devotional and the practical life of the believer.
For more than 50 years Reona has pursued an international Bible teaching ministry covering many subjects that encourage the life of a believer. She was an early YWAM pioneer (Youth with a Mission), well known for her dangerous but prayer-guided outreach to Albania in the early 70s. A Kiwi by birth, Reona’s husband Albert is Swiss and they now live in the UK.