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Leaders' Renewal Retreat 18-20 March

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Leaders' Renewal Retreat

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Are you a church leader in need of a retreat? Or can you make this a gift to your Vicar or Minister?

Leaders' Renewal Retreat 18-20 March

ReSource is leading a Renewal Retreat at Scargill House for church leaders (and spouses welcome) who are working for Holy Spirit renewal in little, local and ordinary churches.
The two night retreat in the Yorkshire Dales is a chance to spend some time away from the coal face with others working in similar contexts, to refresh the batteries and renew the soul.

We would love to invite you, or your leaders!

Leaders Renewal Retreat
The retreat will be led by ReSource Director Kevin Roberts, with Philip Dorling, Lead Chaplain at Scargill and a ReSource Minister, and gifted worship leaders, Adrian and Esther Stone.
The programme will include informal worship, teaching on themes that will strike a chord with those working for renewal in mainstream churches. There will be ministry times, as well as space for personal prayer, walking, talking and doing whatever is needed to replenish what life and ministry has depleted

The all-in cost for the retreat is £135pp.

Please book now with Scargill House
(click this link to book) or on 01756 760500.
Book soon to avoid disappointment!

 

 

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"Resource offers a gentle, genuine, experience of charismatic ministry sensitively taking people out of their comfort zones. For some new to faith, this meant a safe space to receive prayer and experience more of God’s transforming love and peace. For one couple who had missed out before, the igniting of new passion in their faith. This has led to them stepping into new roles of service in the church. For some wary of the Spirit from past experiences of insensitive or disingenuous ministry elsewhere, the recovery of a receptivity and confidence in the power of the Spirit."
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