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Currents of Grace Conference
September 22 - September 24| $100
September 22nd to 24th 2017 Palmerston North
Principal Speaker: Bishop Denis Browne
Past: Jubilee Celebration Dinner and history of CCR NZ book launch.
Bishop Denis Browne: The role of CCR in the Church
Present: Anna-Maria Barratt: Youth Explosion
Fr John Rea: Healing and Miracles in Evangelisation
Future: Ann Brereton, ICCCRS – 2017 Vatican Report. Pope Francis’ exciting new plans for us all
Diana Ingle CCRNZ Chairperson – “Rise up, listen, follow!
Moving forward in the “Current of Grace” New Zealand.
Venues: Distinction Hotel, 175 Cuba St, Palmerston North
Cathedral of the Holy Spirit, 197 Broadway Ave, Palmerston North
Accommodation is not provided. This will need to be arranged by the individuals attending.
Contact: For further information contact Val Morrison email email@example.com
Friday Morning: Intercessor’s meeting, Mass and prayer walk
Friday Evening: 50th Jubilee Celebration Dinner (Meal is included in the registration) and “History of CCR in NZ” includes a section on Dove and Joshua Fellowships; book launch (great stories of the people, places and action of the Holy Spirit) and Praise and Worship.
Saturday: Praise and Worship, talks, Mass, news from Rome, vision sharing and prayer for a fresh anointing of the Holy Spirit for this new season. Book stall with the latest international books released for the Jubilee!
Saturday Evening: Healing Rally in the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit
Sunday Morning: Mass and morning tea with parishioners of the Cathedral
Cost: $100 pp for the whole Conference (includes non-refundable registration fee of $50)
Cost with Book: $125. Pre-order your copy of “The History of CCR in NZ” and save $5 (books available for purchase at the Conference for $30)
NOTE: This is a non-residential conference and no meals are included apart from the Celebration Dinner on Friday night. Please make your own arrangements. We are looking into the possibility of billets and will post further information about this on website ccrnz.org