Glyndley Manor January-February Events

  • Getting to the root of the problem                            20-22 January

As with weeds in a garden, there are issues in life that you may keep trying to deal with but somehow, they keep rising up again, which can cause frustration, overwhelming guilt, shame and a myriad of additional issues which just makes the situation worse.

This course seeks to investigate beyond the presenting issues and looks to the roots that can hold us into these struggles. With a compassionate and non-judgemental approach, it seeks to bring clarity to why you have the problems that you face daily in your life as well a Biblical understanding of Gods heart and pathway for moving into a life of freedom.

“I came with an agenda and although this was met, the ministry went beyond this and actually got to the REAL root of the problem – not what I had actually expected.” -Guest

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  • Healing Weekend 1: Freedom from Fear & Control          27-30 January

Discovering God’s place of safety, His love and peace.



So many of us struggle with some level of fear or anxiety and it can feel like it has been with us for a lifetime. We feel controlled by it, driven away from the fullness of life or driven towards or even locked into behaviours to manage life.

During this special 4-Day Healing Weekend we will gently explore how Jesus wants to bring the heart of God to the pain and wounding that come with fear and issues of control. In Luke 4 it tells us that Jesus came to heal the broken hearted and to bring liberty to those who are captive.

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Free Taster Day at Glyndley Manor                       4 February, 9:30am – 5:00pm


This taster day is designed to be a gentle introduction to the subjects of Christian healing and discipleship and to the work of Ellel Ministries. It’s a starting place for people looking for answers to personal struggles, or for those seeking to deepen their understanding of prayer and healing ministry to help others.

The day will explore the biblical principles and the heart of God for restoration of our lives and how healing is an essential part of the discipleship process. This taster course is ideal for those wondering if God is able or willing to help them with the everyday issues of life and things that still hinder from the past.

The aim is that you receive renewed hope and a certain knowledge that God is, in His very nature, a healer and restorer and that in Him there is an answer to all yours and others needs.

Bite-sized Teaching Topics covered include:

  • Introduction to Ellel Ministries and Healing
  • Inner Healing
  • Deliverance Ministry
  • Ungodly Fear
  • How to Hear God
  • Genesis to Revelation in an Hour!


There is also an opportunity for prayer ministry at the end of the day. Please note that the day is only for adults over the age of 18.

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REVIVE 1: A Life with a Purpose                                               14th February

God wants to revive us!

He knows our weaknesses and struggles. He knows that we often feel stuck and unable to move forward in our Christian walk. He knows we can’t fix it on our own and He knows the shame we often feel for struggling in the first place.


Revive is a series of free evening events available for anyone to attend. Held at each of our UK centres, they are for those who want to grow in their relationship with God, to find new life in Him and to then share that life with others.

By choosing any or all of these evening events you will start to discover:

  • Core biblical principles behind Christian healing ministry
  • How inner healing profoundly empowers our walk with God
  • All the different teachings and residential retreats that Ellel Ministries offers

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Doors are open at 7.00pm, and each evening will begin at 7.30pm with a time of worship. There will be a short teaching and an opportunity to respond to the Lord during a time of prayer.


After the meeting there will be time for refreshments with the evening closing 9.30pm.

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