Wholeness: Body. Soul. Spirit.
Online bookings are now closed. Tickets will be available on the door (subject to availability).
One of three events around the country led by Christy and Katharine on the theme of Wholeness.
Sharing their own story, their own struggles and their own insights from seeing healing as well as not seeing healing take place. Meeting people from all kinds of backgrounds who, for the first time, felt heard and encouraged by the Church in addressing their struggles without fear of rejection. They have welcomed and encouraged many Church leaders providing them with helpful insights and materials for the local Church.
These events give us all the opportunity to see how we, the Church, see the world in front of us. How we serve those God sends along our path, still believing God is Rapha, our healer, yet not disregarding the many who fight chronic illness or various conditions where they haven’t seen God heal.
During our time together, we will look at the meaning, the purpose & the goal of healing. Christy and Katharine will be working together to share various insights and stories concerning the health of the whole person. Together, they will teach about what it looks like to step into our communities, breaking stigma to become places of refuge & healing. We’ll be taking time to look at different areas of healing (physical and emotional) as well as time to minister in the power we so desperately need to serve as God has called us to love and serve.
Whether you have mental illness, are caring for someone, are a Church leader, health care worker or someone who would like to learn how to serve the world around us by ministering in healthy ways, this day will surely encourage and equip you.
The event is held at St Aldate's Church, Oxford, OX1 1BT
Christy has been part of the Vineyard Movement since it began. She is an author, speaker and television host.
is a writer and speaker on mental health.
Rachel is a youth activist, President of the Girl’s Brigade, Relationship Lead at Youthscape, and writes and campaigns about youth related issues
Tickets for this event are £25.
Your ticket will be sent by post 2-3 weeks before the event.