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17-19 March, 2023

55 High Street, Bristol BS16 5HD


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Fatima Sibanda is an ordained minister, a dynamic teacher of the word of God, a conference speaker and a mentor of women. She is the founder  of Hope For Every Woman International, a UK based organisation that empowers women and girls locally and abroad. She served in various women's organisations including being the chair person of Gracious woman International fellowship in Johannesburg South Africa. Fatima is the founder of Woman of Worth (W.O.W) and the Drawing Near Women's monthly prayer forum, a community where women gather for prayer and inspiration. She is  a member of Zion Hills, a Global Apostolic Prophetic Prayer Movement that meets weekly to intercede for the nations. Fatima is a trustee of Churches Together In Greater Bristol and serves in the team that co- ordinates church leaders quartely breakfasts with the civic leadership of Bristol. She is  a committee member of the Keyboard Trust, a forum that seeks to bring unity in mission between black and white led churches. Fatima served in chaplaincy at the Bristol Civil and Family Justice courts and the Bristol Royal infirmary hospital. She is an author of 5 published inspirational books. Currently, Fatima is the pastoral oversight of God's house International Centre in Yeovil  and also co-pastors God's house international centre alongside her husband Osien Sibanda. They are blessed with two lovely daughters.


Dr Clare Fleming is a prayerful woman, a retired doctor and a photographer. She worked for 10 years as a GP with the Homeless Health Service, and for Bristol Specialist Drug and Alcohol Service. Dr Clare pioneered the Bristol Wet clinics, an alcohol-accepting clinic for street drinkers, held in the Wild Goose, a Christian-run café. She realised that often times medical and mental health services lack capacity to deal with many forms of ill health that respond better to healthy relationship-building, story-telling and creative arts. The wisdom and experience of those who have faced and overcome major life-disrupting problems challenged her traditional medical training. Dr Clare is interested in healing of spirit, soul and body in an integrated way. She is actively involved with Christian prayer networks in Bristol and across the South West. She is married to Ian and they have 2 adult sons. 


Dr Irorho Mousah is a general practitioner and undergraduate medical educator. Ministerially she heads the childrens church and is active in both the woman’s and prayer groups. She is a dynamic speaker, who enjoys bringing practical application and understanding to the Word of God. Dr Irorho is also an author of 3 published children's books.


.But thanks be to God, who always leads us in triumph in Christ

2 Corinthians 2:14

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