Women’s Breakfast ‘God of Hope’ with Helen Azer

hWomen’s Breakfast

Saturday 2nd November

Opportunity for women of all ages within St John’s to meet with others, share a delicious breakfast followed by a time of worship and teaching when Helen will speak on the subject ‘God of Hope’.

Breakfast commences at 8.45am (doors open 8.15am) finishing at 11.00am.

Tickets £5 available after services.

There will be a ‘marketplace’ in the main hall for purchase of resources and other items after the breakfast.

Helen AzerHelen is Associate Minister with Heartcry for Change and also on the associate staff team at St Andrews Church, Cumnor, Oxford. She enjoys the privilege of touching people’s lives at home and abroad through preaching, teaching and prophetic prayer ministry while connecting with the bigger picture of what God is doing nationally and internationally as she travels with Heartcry and ministers in conferences, retreats and training days. Helen also loves to write, watch films and explore new places.

Helen was born in England but grew up in Egypt where she lived for the first sixteen years of her life. She is half English and half Egyptian. Helen went to a German school in Cairo so from her early years developed a passion for other nations, cultures and languages. She returned to the UK with her family in 1994 to finish her schooling and went on to study History and German at Christ Church College, Oxford.

While in Germany studying the history of the Reformation, 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 has a passion to see a Church that is passionate and informed and able to respond to the challenges and opportunities presented by our multi-faith communities. Helen believes that God is calling the Church to a new reformation in these days.

18th Sep 2013 Posted in: News, Women's Ministry by Stella Jennings 0

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