International speaker Don Egan visited Mortimer West End Chapel for a special ‘Healing Today’ service on Sunday 3 March.
Don is the founder of the RSVP Trust, which seeks to eradicate poverty, empower the poor, and transform the lives of adults and children through spiritual teaching.
He was trained with Church Army, and worked in Anglican parishes for 11 years in Manchester and Suffolk. In 1993 and 1994, he visited the Philippines and then Africa, which led him to form the RSVP Trust.
Don’s ministry is faith for breakthrough, particularly physical healing. He has travelled the world and reached hundreds of thousands of people in the UK, Europe, Asia and Africa.
Don has pioneered a number of key projects, including Child Sponsorship, House of Mercy and Gifts of Hope, and is the author of more than 25 books, mostly on spirituality, healing, and personal development. He is currently exploring how to integrate monastic spirituality into modern life.
We are delighted to announce the launch of Simon Allaby’s new book "‘Why Turn the Page?: Reasons to consider the Christian Faith".
The book is available on Amazon as a Kindle Unlimited edition.
Why Turn the Page?
Is there more life than this? Most of us ask that question from time to time, but what does the 'more' look like and where do we find it? This book begins to explore the answers to these questions by identifying four things we all seem to believe in - a moral code, justice, hope and love - and asking whether they could exist in a world without God.
Print copies of the book are also available from CPO
Young people aged 13 to 18 years, from our Connexion Community of Churches throughout the UK, will be stepping out in prayer at the Youth Conference in April.
The Youth Conference forms an integral part of the 2019 Connexion Conference, which takes place from Monday 15th to Wednesday 17th April at High Leigh in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire.
The Connexion Conference is a hugely popular event for all ages. Families are made very welcome and there is plenty to do for children and young people, with many opportunities to make new friends..
A booking form is below. The deadline for Conference bookings is Friday 22 March 2019.
We look forward to seeing you there!
2019 Conference Booking Form
Twice a year ministers from The Connexion Network meet together for 24 hours to share information and pray for one another.
These retreats present a great opportunity for ministers to get to know each other better and also to learn more about the churches they lead.
In November they met at Stanton House, a Christian Retreat in Stanton St John, Oxford.
It was a great time for ministers to get together for worship, prayer and discussion to deepen relationships and refocus before Christmas.
Twice a year the ministers from the across the Connexion meet together for 24 hours to share and pray for one another.
These are great opportunities to get to know each other better and to learn more about the churches that we lead. On one of these occasions we are joined by the trustees.
In recent years we have met at Westminster College in Cambridge and Stanton House in Oxford.