Saturday 23rd April | All Saints Church of England Academy, DT4 9BJ | 10:00 - 19:00
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Jonathan de Kretser
Known as Dad, Papa J, Jonny, Jon or Jonathan, depending on how and when you know him, Jonathan is a deacon with a heart and passion for Jesus!
In his words, "I'm so blessed. 4 beautiful children, a gorgeous wife, and a God who called me to be son, husband, father, doctor and deacon. Blessed, so much. I can't wait to share. Shalom!"
Jenny has a passion for Jesus, His Church, her family including her two grandsons, good food and wine! Jenny currently leads CELEBRATE, a national Catholic ministry that focuses on family faith, local community and equipping the next generation.
Jenny has worked to promote Alpha within a Catholic context after her faith came alive through an Alpha Course. Since, she has worked with Catholic Faith Exploration (CaFE), and has acted as Vice Chair of the English National Service Committee (NSC) for Catholic Charismatic Renewal.
Tim Stevens lives with his beautiful wife Debbie in St Albans. They have two grown up children, Charlotte and Alex and two grandsons under five.
Tim was a policeman but now works with CaFE (the resources arm of CREW Trust). He is also the current Chair of CELEBRATE Trust, the family faith charity.
He considers himself to be truly blessed especially as he only converted to faith at the age of 37!
Sarita de Kretser
Sarita is a mum of four children, a wife, and a GP, who has been committed to Jesus for over 30 years. She loves anything that the Holy Spirit brings ✝️
In her words, she is "really excited for what God is going to do for everyone at Stay Awake 2022!"
Simon has been married to Esther for 30 years and has 3 grown up children. He is a Consultant in Occupational Medicine with a particular expertise and experience in providing such services to Clergy, Church Ministers, missionaries and aid workers.
He is an active member of his local Anglican church and is a lay member for the Diocese of Winchester on the General Synod of the Church of England.