Due to the current situation with the Covid-19 outbreak, and to follow government guidelines we’ve had to cancel this event. Further information will be posted in the next few days.
We are very grateful to God for the 2019 conference, and indeed, the many ladies’ conferences over the years, and we hope that you will be able to join us in 2020 at Libanus Evangelical Church, Morriston.
As usual, there will be a bookstall with great books and resources for you to buy, and tea and coffee will be provided. Please bring your own lunch if you would like to stay on after 1pm for fellowship over food.
The conference is free of charge but an offering box will be available on the day if you would like to make a donation to help cover costs.
We would be grateful if you could put this date in your church diary and make the ladies in your fellowship aware of it. In the new year, we will have a poster to display in your church. If you would like to receive one of these posters please contact us by clicking here.
Shâron Barnes, Pat Norbury & Bethan Perry
(Ladies’ Conference Committee)
The 2019 conference will be on the morning of Saturday 30 March, at Libanus Evangelical Church, Swansea. Natalie Brand will be speaking on the theme “Prone to wander – Grace for the lukewarm and apathetic”.
Natalie is married to a pastor and involved in local church ministry; she also lectures in historical and systematic theology at Union School of Theology in Bridgend. Please put this date in your diary and spread the word to other ladies you know.
We are very grateful to God for previous conferences. Our 2018 speaker, David Donegani, is an elder in Holywell Church, Loughborough, helps his wife, Jan, give 24 hour care to their two adult children who were born with a rare, degenerative genetic condition. (To read David’s recent article in the Evangelical Magazine please click here.)
David and Jan Donegani
Jennifer Bute, a GP who took early retirement because of the early onset of Alzheimer’s Disease. Speaking from real life personal experience, they will be exploring our theme “Who cares? Caring for folks with special needs and loving those who care”.
Dr Jennifer Bute