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Ladies' events at All Nations are an opportunity to socialise and enjoy the company of like minded ladies, as well as to invite friends along to activities. Recent events have included pamper evenings, parties, and food and talks evenings. Maybe you are a keen rambler, enjoy ten pin bowling, pub lunches, food evenings, talks, day or theatre trips? If so, we would love to hear from you if you would like to attend or to plan an event to share with others. Please check back regularly to see what's happening!

For more information contact Jenny Stent.

Forthcoming events

Ladies Conference - Saturday 14th October, 10am-4pm
Doris Higgins

"Women On The Move"

Registration is from 9am, cost £10 which includes a light lunch.

Our speaker, Doris Higgins, is an international speaker and prophetic preacher of the gospel with a heart for the nations. She is an encourager, a strategic church builder, ministering the word of God with passion. After qualifying as a solicitor and working in London, Doris was called to France where she became involved in church planting. She came back to the UK 12 years ago and worked as a pastor in Feltham, London. Together with her husband William, they travel to the nations to empower, equip and release people in their God-given prophetic destiny. Her heart is to mobilize, equip and strengthen the body of Christ and the bride of Christ for a time such as this. Doris is part of the "Apostolic team of Connections International" and part of the pastoral prophetic team and Women On The Move ministry at Mantes Christian Centre, France.

To register your place, please contact Esther Slocombe at the church office.

Ladies Weekend Away - 31st August-2nd September

For a second year running, we will be returning to Douai Abbey for our Ladies' Weekend Away.

Douai Abbey is home to a community of monks of the English Benedictine Congregation. Under the patronage of St Edmond, King & Martyr. They were founded in Paris in 1615. Uprooted by the French Revolution they settled in Flanders, finally returning to England in 1933, to Woolhampton in Berkshire.

The Abbey is about a 30 minute drive from Reading. Each lady will have their own room which are nicely furnished, each having its own en-suite bathroom.

There is a chapel which is superb, the function rooms are relaxing with a calm atmosphere and plenty of grounds to walk and reflect.

Prices to be confirmed.