Conference has been deferred to a date yet to be decided
at this stage it is anticipated either Conference or Acorn Healing Workshops 
will be held in March 2021

Go into all the world”

“meeting others at their point of need” (M Maddocks)
and outreach in a multicultural society.

Workshops  1. Introduction to Acorn "The Christian Healing Ministry"
                     2. "The Practice of Prayer Ministry - connecting heaven and earth"
                     3. "Elements in Pastoral Ministry"
                     4. "The role of the Holy Spirit in the Healing Ministry"
                     5. "Listening: A Foundational Tool"
                     6. "Grief and Loss: a Journey of Hope"
                     7. "Healing and Peacemaking (Reconciliation)"

Workshops presented by Rev Wes SuttonMA. Cert Ed Director Acorn Christian Healing Foundation. Wes has been in Christian Ministry some 30 years. Wes trained as a teacher, he started full time ministry with Youth for Christ in N.E. London in 1982 as a worship leader, songwriter, and evangelist. After 6 productive years with YFC, he moved to Loughton to lead a small church of 20, which over the next 19 years grew to over 400. On leaving Vineyard Church, Loughton, Wes led the Oasis Church Network for three years, initiating a church planting strategy to establish churches in challenging communities, and immediately prior to joining Acorn as Director, ran a consultancy helping churches and leaders understand and define their calling.

Key Note Speakers

Rev Gloria Shipp
is the first Aboriginal woman to be ordained as a Priest in the Anglican Church of Australia. “She has been involved in parish ministry but felt a calling to explore new forms of culturally appropriate ministry which led to the establishment of Walkabout Ministries. Walkabout Ministries encompasses chaplaincy at the Orana Juvenile Justice Centre in Dubbo, Women’s camps, Men’s camps (led by Gloria’s husband, Eddie), an Elders’ outreach group, Gloria’s Ministry is financially supported by the Anglican Board of Missions (ABM)”.

Rev Jenny Quince,
Rev Jenny Quince is of Scottish, Irish and Maori descent. She is the first ever woman appointed as the NZOSL National Chaplain. Her passion is bringing reconciliation to all peoples of the world by sharing a deeper understanding of what wholeness of body, soul and spirit truly means.

Dr Pratap Philip, trained as a medical doctor at a Christian Medical College in India which was started by a Christian missionary to India in the 1800s. Since 1988, he has practised in India, Saudi Arabia and Australia including The Centre. He has conducted medical clinics on mission trips, including in PNG, along with an American Christian surgeon. Dr Phillip has won awards for his research papers and he has published articles in medical journals and newspapers. He has experienced the miraculous workings of the Lord Jesus Christ and shares the wonder of Jesus at every opportunity.

We welcome enquiries and conference registration from clergy and members of all Christian denominations who are interested in Christian Healing, the work and programs offered by Acorn Healing Foundation and the Order of St Luke the Physician in Australia. 

For further information and conference registration forms -
registration is essential before 1 July 2020

please contact  

National Secretary  mobile: 0457 873273  email:


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