“Be strong and courageous! For the Lord your God is with you wherever you go” (Joshua 1:9 NLT)
Thank you for helping make Celebrate St Albans 2018 such a time of blessing.
Watch this space for further details.
The Core Team will have exciting news to announce soon.
Who were our 2018 Speakers?
Dominic McDermott has worked in full-time prison ministry for the past 15 years, and prior to that was an ecumenical youth worker. A Catholic, he is married to Alison and is a member of two communities, one of which is a small Celtic community that he leads.
He lives a prophetic lifestyle and loves to teach on “Hearing from God”. He is also an interpreter of dreams, a landscape gardener, a carpenter/locksmith with an M.Sc. in A.I. who makes
swords and loves to sing.
Together with his wife Cathy, Archie Cameron runs Agape Ministries, recording speakers at Christian events across the UK and beyond. Their work ensures that wisdom from some of the most respected teachers in the church can be heard in every home, school and parish.
Agape Ministries is part of the outreach programme of the the Emmaus Prayer Community, based in Southport, Merseyside, and Archie has been a member of the community for the past 40 years.
This year we’re excited to introduce a new panel of speakers sharing about the New Things God is doing different areas of society.
The panel will be hosted by Pippa Baker, a full-time missionary within the Catholic Charismatic Renewal. Her mission is to see young adults raised up as radical disciples of Jesus, to see the Body of Christ further united and to encourage the Catholic Church and beyond to explore our primary call to be worshippers of Jesus.
Speakers on the panel will represent public services, social justice organisations, faith communities and parish missions. They include:
Jim McManus is Director of Public Health for Hertfordshire and Vice President of the Association of Directors of Public Health UK. Jim is President of the Guild of Health and St Raphael, and Vice-Chair of the Healthcare Executive Group for the Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales. In 2010 he was awarded the Good Samaritan Medal for Excellence in Healthcare by Pope Benedict XVI. He is currently carrying out Doctoral Research on Health and Theology at the University of Roehampton.
Sarah Wells lives with her husband Joe in London, where she works for CAFOD. She is passionate about social action, international development and working for justice, and is involved in One Hope Project. Over the past year Sarah has spent time in Rome as part of the recent Synod on Youth called for by Pope Francis.
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