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The Interceders Conference - Speakers & Singers

"Arise and Shine for your Light has come and the Glory of the Lord has risen upon you." (Isaiah 60:1)

 


Conference
Host: Rev. Mary-Grace Jnr. Masarakufa MA Theology

She is the hosting pastor of The Interceders’ Conference. She is the pastor of Power Arena. A church in the Borough of Barking and Dagenham. She is also the founder of CHIEDZA, a department in the Church, which has been set up to offer counselling, prayers and support to people in need, where ever they may be.

 

 

 

 


Dr Achim Schwenk MD PD DTMH FRCP


He trained in General Medicine and Infectious Diseases in Cologne, Germany. He has looked after HIV positive patients since 1989. His clinical research focused on the link between infection (TB and HIV) and nutrition. In 1999, he became Clinical Research Fellow at St George's Hospital Medical School, followed by a consultant post in Infectious Diseases at the Royal Free Hospital. Since 2003 he is a Consultant in HIV Medicine at North Middlesex Hospital in North London.
 


Dr Jeanette Meadway

She is a specialist doctor who has been working in the HIV field since the early 1980s at Newham General and Mildmay Hospitals in east London. She is involved in HIV training in other countries and since January 2006 has run courses and teaching sessions in Tanzania, Uganda, Lesotho, and Jamaica.  Jeanette is also an ordained priest in the Church of England and minister-in-charge of a small but growing congregation in Stratford, London E15. During her HIV training sessions abroad she is welcomed to preach in local cathedrals and churches on Sundays. Jeanette coordinated the group producing the leaflet, “Prayer or Medicines – must there be a choice”.




Major Nigel Schultz

He grew up in London in Leytonstone. In The Salvation Army he learnt to play Brass Instruments and Sing but
also ran a Youth Club from the age of 16. He worked for Midland Bank for 5 years before entering Bible College. He has now been a Salvation Army minister (Officer) for 22 years. During that time he has worked in Northern Ireland, Bangladesh, Ghana, and is now back in UK. In 1993 he was part of the London Chalk Farm Oasis Aids HIV drop-in Centre. In Ghana from 1998-2001 he was involved in funding some of the Salvation Army Clincs, Hospitals, Street Girls and AIDS HIV programmes. He is now in Barking working for The Salvation Army. He is President of Barking Rotary Club, Treasurer for The Faith Forum and very much involved in the community of Barking and Dagenham.

 

...AND MANY OTHERS INCLUDING BRAD HEPBURN AND PASTOR MOREJOY SAINETI

 


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