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DawnaDeSilva750Bethel Leader to speak at Norfolk women’s conference 

The second Rise Up Women’s Conference will take place in Norwich on April 27 organised by Bethel’s Global Legacy for the East of England with guest speaker Dawna De Silva, a Senior Leader from Bethel Church, California and the founder of Bethel Sozo.

Following on from the Rise Up Women's Conference held in May 2018 which sold out, the second annual Rise Up Women's Conference on Saturday, April 27, 10am-5pm will be an opportunity for Norfolk women to worship, minister in the Holy Spirit and leave changed forever. 

The event at Norwich Central Baptist Church is organised by Holly Elverson, Leader of Kingdom Life Church and Global Legacy for the East of England.  Global Legacy East of England is a UK hub of the Bethel Church based in Redding, California

Holly Elverson said: “We invite the women of the region to a day with Dawna De Silva from Bethel Church in California for the 2nd annual Rise Up Conference.  This is your time – rise up and be the woman God created you to be. Display something of God’s love that only you can.”

Dawna De Silva is a Senior Leader from Bethel Church in California and Founder and Leader of Bethel Sozo. She and her husband, Stephen De Silva, have ministered from Bethel for the past twenty years as well as preaching, speaking, and authoring books.

Holly said: “Whether training Sozo, preaching, or ministering prophetically, Dawna releases people, churches, and cities into new vision and freedom. She ministers with authority and gentleness, imparting hope and healing.”

Tickets for Rise Up are £21.91, with a discount for student of £10.  You can purchase tickets online here.

If you have any questions feel free to email

Norwich Central Baptist Church, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 3AP


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