Bookings for 2019 now open!
Bookings for Celebrate East Anglia 2018 are now closed but we hope to see you at Celebrate East Anglia 2019!
It's on June 1st & 2nd and again held at St. Benedicts School in Bury St. Edmunds. More details will follow soon but online booking is already open!
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Who Were Our Speakers in 2018?
Michelle together with her husband Peter is a founder member of Sion Catholic Community for Evangelism and has been involved in full time ministry for over 30 years. She is a widely travelled preacher, teacher and evangelist. She is an author of several books on evangelisation and numerous articles.
Michelle served as President of ICCRS, (International Catholic Charismatic Renewal Services) based in the Vatican from 2006-2017. She was a member of the Pontifical Council for the Laity from 2008 - 2016.
Recently Michelle was personally appointed by Pope Francis to work on establishing new structures for the service of Renewal and Mission in the Church.
Joe & Sarah Wells
Joe and Sarah live in London, where Joe works for an insurance company and Sarah works for CAFOD. They've helped to found the creative music collective One Hope Project.
Joe spent a year in the Sion community and Sarah with Animate Youth Ministries, and after meeting at Sheffield University they've since enjoyed getting involved with youth work in the Church, be it in a parish setting or through serving the Renewal.
Sarah is passionate about social action, justice and international development. She has recently spent time in Rome as part of the upcoming Synod on youth called for by Pope Francis. Joe leads worship at events around the country and loves encouraging One Hope Project to be creative and to share their gifts with the Church. In their free time Joe enjoys playing his guitar and Sarah enjoys playing sport.
Together, they are passionate about young people, their faith and family.
Steve served 20 years in the Met Police - mainly as a Detective on various proactive and covert squads. He ended his career leading a team on the London Crime Squad - that had responsibility for dismantling organised criminal networks (gangs) that were concerned with large scale drugs and firearms supply across the South East.
Up until 2007 he didn’t believe in God, Steve says: “the things I had seen in the police I felt pointed to there being no God. Then following the bombings of 2005, the death of my twin sister and the breaking down of my marriage to Liz - at my lowest, lowest (I have had a few) point - I found a God that loved me for who I was, a man Jesus that made everything make sense and the Holy Spirit that healed my wounds and marriage.”
In 2012 Steve left the Police - and now finds himself a Vicar - which, as he says, only proves that God has a good sense of humour!
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Quotes from previous years
"I'm taking so much home with me and expect to benefit even more when it all sinks in!"
"I really appreciated the general atmosphere of warmth and love from participants, talks and workshops."
"Speakers excellent, music great, all so well organised."
"Having chapel open all the time is much appreciated."
"It was good being able to talk to people about what I got from the talks and workshops."