Glorifying God, serving one another, extending His kingdom.
Ladies Conference 2019

Beautifully Broken – Ladies Conference 2019

Ladies Conference

Calling all women! Come and join us for a day of worship, praise, teaching, healing and fellowship.

Guest Speakers

Tania Bright
Tania Bright

Tarn (as affectionately known) is focussed on community renewal through relationships, reform and innovation, lending her professional acumen and 14 years ministerial experience to a variety of high impact organisations such as Love146, Chapel Street and For Refugees.
 She is a keynote speaker and seminar contributor at Spring Harvest, New Wine, Premier Radio, Premier Woman to Woman, Elim Regional Days, Women Walking with God and many churches across the UK.

Tarn has two beautiful adopted boys who are her pride and joy.

Valerie Elliot
Valerie Elliot

Valerie has a heart for people and a desire to see others empowered to impact the world around them with their gifts, and live in the fulfilment of their dreams and callings. Her passion is driven by her Christian values to “love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength; to love your neighbour as yourself”. She is a dynamic speaker with a sharp prophetic edge and a songwriter. As the Founder of The Elyott Generation.

Valerie is married to Tobi, and is based in the UK.

Worship Leader

Helen Yousaf
Helen Yousaf

Helen has been a passionate worshipper of Jesus since the age of 15 when she came to faith. Being a new Christian in Ilford Elim Church in 1989 with two organs and a box of acetates, Helen found that no matter what the setting, she was always ready to sing and sometimes the songs in the box just didn’t say what she needed to say so she began capturing the heart of the sermon or perhaps the testimony that had just been shared and would quietly sing her own song to the Lord.

She is a mother of two incredible girls, Abbie and Olivia and wife of Shakeel Yousaf of 20 years.


Cost is £12, which includes refreshments and a light lunch. To book your place, purchase your ticket from reception, online at Eventbrite (note that a £1.50 booking fee applies with online ticket sales), or speak to Esther Wise.

Doors open at 9am for registration, conference starts at 10am.