Date(s) - 20/07/2021
10:00 am - 12:45 pm
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Zoom in for a new Online Encounter Morning
with Teaching, Live Music and Prayer!
Led by The Well’s Founder and Director of Ministry,
Rev. Anne Hibbert and professional cellist, Corinne Frost
“Filled with love and compassion, he ran to his son,
embraced him, and kissed him.” Luke 15:20, NLT
We are excited to announce a brand new type of online event! If you’re familiar with The Well’s established events, then imagine a combination of our popular Online Quiet Mornings and Online Rest and Receive Prayer … but with live, prophetic music!
During the course of this Encounter Morning, there will be two talks during which Rev. Anne Hibbert, The Well’s Founder and Director of Ministry, will help us to reflect on the Father heart of God, and professional cellist Corinne Frost will share a testimony about her own experience of Father-God’s love.
Between the talks, Corinne will use a combination of live prophetic music and times of silence to create the space for you to pause, reflect and encounter Father-God’s love for you.
During these times between talks, members of The Well’s Prayer Team will also be available to offer short, 10-minute appointments during which they will pray Father-God’s love and blessings over you.
“As I shared in the recent Source, it has been a breath-taking journey since we paused for our Week of Prayer in April! Not only has God has reconnected Steve Witt and David Hadden with The Well at this strategic time, but He has also been stirring new people to make contact with us: people who ‘just happen’ to have giftings that are perfect “for such a time as this!” When David was explaining to me the prophetic role that music can play in communicating God’s heart to His people, he mentioned Epiphany, a group of professional Christian musicians who specialise in this. I had never heard of them. So imagine my amazement when a couple of days later I received an email from Corinne Frost, a member of Epiphany who had felt led by God to connect with The Well! Since then, I have had several Zoom conversations with Corinne and I am delighted that she has now agreed to join me in leading an Encounter Morning of teaching, live music and prayer, all focusing on Father-God’s lavish and steadfast love.”
Programme for the morning
9.30 a.m. Reception opens
10.00 a.m. Welcome and Introduction
10.15 a.m. Talk One – The Father’s Embrace Part One (Rev. Anne Hibbert)
10.40 a.m. A reflective time of encountering God through live, prophetic music
10.45 a.m. Individual ‘Blessing’ appointments begin
11.25 a.m. Talk Two – The Father’s Embrace Part Two (Rev. Anne Hibbert)
Testimony (Corinne Frost)
11.50 a.m. A reflective time of encountering God through live, prophetic music
11.55 a.m. Individual ‘Blessing’ appointments begin
12.30 p.m. Conclusion (Rev. Anne Hibbert)
With a prophetic cello blessing (Corine Frost)
12.45 p.m. End
Corinne Frost (www.corinnefrost.com) is a professional cellist. At 17 she won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music, and since then she has played with the Philharmonia Orchestra in London, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and the English String/Symphony Orchestra. Corinne is Musical Director of Volante Strings, Co-Principal of Orchestra Pro Anima, gives frequent recitals, enjoys teaching and coaching and is a governor of the Elgar School of Music. She is passionate about bringing live music to people in care and dementia homes and hospices.
As a committed Christian, Corinne uses her cello to bless, intercede, pray, heal and release the prophetic. She specialises in Spirit-led improvisation and sound portraits, and is part of Epiphany, a group of Christian classical musicians who let the Holy Spirit inspire their improvisations. She has played at many Christian conferences and was part of the King’s Chamber Orchestra, the New English Orchestra and Wellspring. During lockdown she has developed worship leading on the guitar using Zoom, and is excited at the opportunities to deepen her ministry of blessing and healing through her cello. With her husband Richard she leads a Blessings Group in the local church.
Bookings are closed for this event.