Unbound Freedom | Healing | Belonging | Therapy | Prayer

Unbound Freedom | Healing | Belonging | Therapy | Prayer

Conference Programme 2018

Fri evening 11 May - Saturday 12 May 2018

Friday Evening 11 May
All timings are approximate
6.30 Registration/Check in
7:00 Welcome and Worship
7.30 Deliverance is a Good Word
8.15 BREAK
8.30 First Key: Repentance and Faith

Saturday Morning 12 May

8.30 Check-in, Breakfast Pastries & Fruit, Catholic Mass option
9.00 Welcome and Worship
9:20 Third and Fourth Keys: Renunciation & Authority
10:20 BREAK
10.40 Second Key: The Power of Forgiveness / How we Pray
11.45 Prayer Ministry option / Freedom in Christ Video Talk by Neal Lozano
12:30 LUNCH BREAK (bring your own food)

Saturday Afternoon

1:15 Fifth Key Father’s Blessing
2:15 Prayer Ministry option / Thanksgiving / Praise / Offering collection for Heart of the Father Ministries
3:00 Freedom in Christ / Staying Free: The Battle for our Minds
3.45 Finish
3.50 Clergy/Pastor Briefing
4.00 - 5.00pm Prayer Ministry option

There will be limited opportunities for individual prayer ministry during the conference - you can also book an appointment at another time after the Conference

Our ecumenical approach
We embrace the need to work together between Christian churches - including traditions of the Church of England - in response to Jesus' prayer: '… may they all be one … so that the world may believe'

John 17:21


Fr Roman Groszewski SJ portrait
Roman Groszewski SJ leads the House of Mercy in Warsaw and has a passion for the Father’s Blessing
Antoinette Gasirabo portrait
Antoinette Mushimiyimana survived the Rwandan genocide and shares her story of Forgiveness
Maciej Grzelak portrait
Maciej Grzelak is from the original House of Mercy team in Łódź Poland. He teaches on Staying Free
Fr Antonio Ritaccio is Parish Priest at the Church of the Five Precious Wounds Brentfield. He has written on Finding God in Anxiety and Depression
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Revd. Dr. James Webster works as Officer for Initial Ministerial Education Phase 2 in the Ministry Development Team St Albans Diocese. He is Vicar of St. Paul's Langleybury and a Freedom Adviser with the Freedom Team.
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Revd. Andrew Goodman is Bishop's Adviser for Healing and Freedom St Albans Diocese. He is also a university Chaplain and previously worked as a Social Worker with Children and Families.
I no longer live in fear and dread but live in hope and the promises of God. My journey has only just begun and I feel like my life is just starting over again.
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The Five Keys:

  1. repentance and faith
  2. forgiveness
  3. renunciation
  4. authority
  5. the Father’s Blessing

Unbound is one of the ministries practiced by the House of Mercy - Freedom Team operating within the Church of England Diocese of St Albans

We cover Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Luton and Barnet

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