Glenwood Church and Cardiff Church Leaders
Saturday May 26th 9.30am – 4.00pm Glenwood Church Centre, Cardiff, CF23 6UW.
For the last few years, Christy and Katharine have held events focusing on the theme of Wholeness – body, soul and mind. Each has their own story, their own struggles and their own insights from seeing healing as well as not seeing healing take place. They have met numerous people from various backgrounds who, for the first time, without the fear of rejection felt heard and encouraged by the Church addressing their struggles.
We will explore how we serve those whom God sends along our path, while still believing God is our healer and yet not disregarding the many who live with chronic illness or various conditions where they haven’t seen God heal.
Statistics tell us 1 in 4 have mental health issues. This is true in society and true in church!
During our time together we will look at the meaning, the purpose & the goal of healing. Christy and Katharine will be working together to share various insights and stories concerning the health of the whole person. Whether you are struggling with your mental health, caring for someone, are a Church leader, health care worker or someone who would like to learn how to serve the world around us in ministering in healthy ways, then this day will encourage and equip you.
Christy Wimber is a church planter, pastor and author who has been serving the Church for the last 28 years. Her passion and desire is to see the Church equipped in the area of healing and ministering to those struggling and/or caring for those with mental illness. She is on the leadership for Mind & Soul in the UK which is helpful for Churches in the area of mental health. She has released several books, the latest of which, ‘Transformed‘ was released in 2017. She is married to Sean & they have a daughter and son.
Katharine Welby-Roberts is an advocate for mental health provision in the UK. She works for The Christian disability charity Livability UK which seeks to support churches in developing community which is inclusive of those who experience marginalisation and stigmatisation in society and the church. Katharine blogs and speaks about issues relating to mental health and runs a popular blog katharinewelby.com in which she discusses her own experiences with depression and anxiety. She released a new book in 2017, ‘I Thought There Would Be Cake’. She is married to Mike & together they have one son, Elijah.
Tickets £15.00 per person
Alternatively please telephone
029 2033 7880 to reserve tickets.
Tea and coffee will be available throughout the day. However please bring your own lunch or the link below for suggestions on local shops and cafés.
Glenwood Church Centre
Circle Way West,