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Resurrection Year US and UK Speaking Tour

After last October’s eventful Australian speaking tour, I’m excited to announce that this October and November I’ll be again heading overseas to share the Resurrection Year story – this time in the United States. Plans are in embryonic form at present, so if you’d like me to speak at your church, conference, chapel or other event, please register your interest soon! I’d love to speak for you.

United Kingdom and Europe

The year starts with plenty of speaking throughout the UK. Resurrection Year-related events are listed below, and others are listed here.

April

Saturday 4 (10.00am): Carmelite Priory, Oxford (full day retreat)

Monday 14-Friday 18: Spring Harvest, Minehead (plus conference theme)

May

Sunday 4 (9.00am): Lochs Heath Free Church, Fareham

Sunday 18 (10:30am): Oxford Community Church, Oxford

Sunday 18 (8.00pm): St Aldate’s Church, Oxford

Friday 30-Sunday 1: Scargill Writer’s Weekend, Skipton

June

Monday 2-Tuesday 3: Christian Retailers and Suppliers Retreat, Swanwick

Saturday 21: Navigating Change Conference, Stoke-on-Trent

Monday 30-Monday 7: Le Pas Opton, Le Fenouiller, France

September

Sunday 7 (11.30am): Chinese Church in London, Soho

United States

October- November

See separate itinerary

And back to the UK

November

Sunday 23 (7.00pm): Salvation Army Citadel, Maidenhead, UK

Weekday Events

With weekends often quick to book up, I am also available to speak at weekday events like:

  • Seminary, college and university chapel services
  • Combined churches evenings
  • Business breakfasts
  • Lunchtime events
  • Resurrection Year is available as a one-day retreat also

Topics

I will be speaking predominantly about my book Resurrection Year: Turning Broken Dreams into New Beginnings and its related stories and lessons. The centerpiece message from this will be a talk called ‘From Broken Dreams to New Beginnings’ which explores how God transforms tragedy into something beautiful.

I look forward to meeting up with you somewhere across the pond!

Sheridan

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