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St Mary's Church

St Mary's Close

14 High Street

Maidenhead

SL6 1YY

United Kingdom

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We all long to hear God speak; to understand what He is saying, to have confidence in his promises and delight in his character. The talks and seminars at the South Central Women’s Day 2019 look at how God speaks throughout the Bible and into different areas of our life, with tools to help us better listen, understand and apply His word.

Our main speaker this year is Carrie Sandom. Carrie is Director of Women’s Ministry at the Proclamation Trust and trains women for a variety of ministry roles at the Cornhill Training Course in London. She is a regular conference speaker and involved in the women’s ministry at St John’s Church in Tunbridge Wells. In her spare time she loves walking, reading whodunits and catching up with friends over a really good cup of coffee!


Programme

10am Welcome

10.15 'Speak O Lord' talk 1

11.10 Coffee break

11.40 'Speak O Lord' talk 2

12.30 Lunch

13.30 Seminars

14.30 Tea

15.00 Seminars

16.00 Interview, singing and prayers

16.30 End


Seminars

You will be able to go to TWO seminars - details below

When booking your ticket, to select your seminars please click on the ADDITIONAL ITEMS option Select Seminar. You will need to do this TWICE.

Delegates have reported problems booking seminars, please try the online form and, if it does not work, please email LMWORK77@GMAIL.COM with your name and seminar choices.


  1. How God speaks to us through the gospels

    The gospels are some of the best known and most loved books of the Bible - but over-familiarity is a dangerous thing! Too often we make them about us and forgot they were written to teach us about Jesus! So how are we to understand the gospels and avoid teaching them legalistically? And what tools will help us to stay on the right track?

  2. How God speaks to us through the Old Testament

    OT narrative may be a great read, but does God really speak to us as women in the 21st century through it? How am I supposed to know what God is really saying to me, should I lay a fleece like Gideon, or lie at the feet of the man I want to marry? In this seminar we will try to think through some helpful tools to understand what the Lord is saying to us today through OT narrative because he IS speaking to us so we may know Him and be encouraged and persevere through his word.

  3. One-to-one discipleship

    In this session we will explore how can we encourage one another in the faith and grow deeper in our relationship with God and with other Christians.

    Why meet? Where to meet? What to do? When to meet? How long to meet for? ...will all be considered. If you already meet up with people 1:1 your shared experience could be really helpful to others and if you are getting started this session could spur you on.

  4. Work: what does a 21st century Christian woman need to know?

    An opportunity to explore what the Bible teaches and hear from some women in secular workplaces and at home about how they deal with the reality and the challenges.

  5. God speaks to our hearts

    God speaks to our hearts for our good. He reassures, rebukes, teaches, trains and comforts us, exactly as we need. This seminar will consider God’s purposes for our hearts, with a focus on engaging with God’s comfort, challenge and guidance.

  6. Living with a non-Christian family

    How do we grow and flourish as Christian women when we are planted in a non-Christian family?

    We will be exploring together what is necessary in order to thrive and be fruitful when faced with this challenging environment. As well as gaining encouragement from the wise and patient gardener....Jesus!

  7. Transgender – a Christian response

    Are you confused about the issue of transgender and how we should respond as Christians? This seminar will look at what transgender is and we will think through some principles of how we as Christians can show compassion and give comfort while remaining true to God’s word.

  8. Walking with Domestic Abuse sufferers

    In our churches, in our communities, there are women and men struggling with the present realities and past legacies of domestic abuse. But often, as Christians, we’re not sure how best to respond. Come and discover how we can all help with the practical, emotional and spiritual challenges that abusive relationships bring.

  9. What’s a woman worth?

    Where do we find our identity and value, and how does Scripture help us, especially when the world is shouting confusing messages?

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St Mary's Close

14 High Street

Maidenhead

SL6 1YY

United Kingdom

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