“See, I am doing a new thing!” (Isaiah 43:19 NIV)

Thanks to those who attended the 10th celebrate weekend in St Albans, we hope that the weekend helped you find inspiration and renewal in your faith.


Watch this space for further information about this years conference.


Sat 3rd Nov 2018, 09.30 - 21.00
Sun 4th Nov 2018, 09.30 - 16.00


Nicholas Breakspear School
Colney Heath Lane, St Albans, AL4 OTT
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Get in touch:

Tim Stevens
Telephone: 07875 848138
Email Tim

Who were our 2017 Speakers?


David Wells

David, storyteller extraordinaire and a great friend of Celebrate, is known for his ability to present deep truths of faith in a very human context. A leader of adult catechesis in Plymouth Diocese for 16 years, he is now heading up a new initiative for Bishop Mark. His role is to assist schools in their contribution to the New Evangelisation. David is also the author of two books, The Reluctant Disciple and The Grateful Disciple.

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Malcolm Duncan

Rev Malcolm Duncan is the leader of Gold Hill Baptist Church, a large Baptist Church in
Buckinghamshire with a strong heritage of Bible Teaching, charismatic renewal and mission. He is an author, lecturer, advocacy specialist and the Chairman of the Spring Harvest Planning Group. As a public theologian, he champions the role of the Church in society and the call of God to Christians to stand with the poor and the marginalised.

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Hannah Hayward

Hannah is the Coordinating Lay Chaplain at Leeds Trinity University.  She graduated from Leeds University in 2007 with a BA in Theology and International Development BA.  After working for five years a parish youth minister, Hannah took a year's secondment in 2012 to complete the Emmanuel School of Mission formation course in Rome.  Following the ESM, she worked as the Leeds Diocesan Youth Officer for three years, before taking up her current post at Leeds Trinity University.  Hannah’s loves include sleeping, reading, and being in the sunshine.  She is married and lives with her husband in Bradford.