Amazing Women's Conference 2018

Updated: Sep 20, 2018

Now in its fifth year the the Amazing Women's Conference is a morning of worship, teaching and ministry for women. Our theme for this year considers our spiritual journey, Where do we go from here and what should be The next step . . .  We are delighted to have Lydia Petitt as our guide for the morning.


Lydia is a wife to Mark and mum to three kids. Currently she is a curate at St Mary's in Loughton. Lydia first heard the gospel of Jesus in her early twenties and encountered the presence of Christ one day that changed her life forever. She is a women who loves Jesus with her whole heart and has a passion to see people and communities transformed, set free and called into the story of Gods Kingdom at work in our world.


In addition to the teaching, worship and ministry the ticket price includes a continental breakfast, tea and coffee and light lunch. Our ever popular market place is back with a variety of Christian faith related products for sale. Tickets will go on sale from 1st September 2018 at an early bird price of £12. From 1st October this will rise to £15.


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Book before 1st October for £12 early bird tickets.

St Peter's Hextable, Saturday 13th October 09:00-13:00.

                    01322 662320  office@stph.org.uk                         

St Peter's Church, College Road, Hextable, BR8 7RH

 

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