2018

She Leads

17th - 18th March

Details

Location: The C3 Church, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Date & Time: Friday, 16 March 2018 at 18:30 - Saturday, 17 March 2017 at 18:30 (GMT)

Price: £30 - £40 Buy now



Join us for an evening and day of worship, inspirational guest speakers, and space to be refreshed as we consider the theme 'She Leads'. Rachel Hickson, Helen Azer, Emily Parker and Angie Campbell will be teaching on the main stage and in Breathe Girls.

We are also introducing afternoon seminars exploring women in science, the corporate world, family life, education and theology (to name a few)! We trust that there will be something for everyone - whatever platform you’re on.


Main Stage Speakers

Rachel Hickson

Rachel Hickson and Gordon have been married 36 years. They have two married children and five grandchildren. They both worked alongside Reinhard Bonnke in Africa from 1986 for 6 years. During this time, in Zimbabwe, Rachel almost lost her life in a horrific car accident, but was miraculously healed by God. In 1990 Rachel and her husband led a group of four churches in Hertfordshire and Heartcry for Change was born. Rachel and Gordon moved to Oxford in May 2005, where they still live today and where she has authored 8 books! Rachel has a passion to see radical lovers of Jesus shift the atmospheres in our society today…and is crazy enough to believe an army of ordinary people like us CAN DO IT!

Rachel Hickson

Helen Azer

Helen Azer was born in England but grew up in Egypt where she lived for the first sixteen years of her life. On a year abroad in Germany for her university degree, Helen felt God’s call to full-time Christian ministry. She trained at Wycliffe Hall theological college, Oxford, and was ordained in 2004. Helen is called especially to train and equip the Church and desires to enable Christians to become radical lovers of Jesus who are informed, articulate and confident communicators of their faith. Helen is the UK Director of Heartcry for Change and has been part of the itinerant ministry team for over ten years. Helen loves to read, travel and drink (good!) coffee while people watching! She is the co-author of Release My Frozen Assets: a look at the role of women in the church published by Heartcry for Change.

Helen Azer

Angie Campbell

Angie Campbell and Steve moved to Cambridge in 1994 to head up the leadership team of Cambridge Community Church. Angie is involved in many different areas in both C3 and the wider community including leading the Breathe women's ministry programme, the annual Breathe Women's Conference and the very successful Cambridge City Foodbank, which is part of the outworking of her concern to help the poor and disadvantaged.

As your host for Breathe Angie has crafted a conference that will inspire, challenge and equip you. Angie’s goal is for everyone to leave feeling grateful for being a woman.

Angie Campbell