Made For You Conference in Brighton

Saturday March 2nd, 2024

Venue: Emmanuel Church, The Clarendon Centre, BN1 4GQ


This is a one day women’s conference - a day for the heart, soul and mind, with moments to worship, wait on the Lord and celebrate all that God has done.

Featuring  worship and word from Lou, with special guests Kemi Koleoso, Elle Limebear and Ayanna Mithcell (Kingdom Choir) this will be a time to be refreshed, inspired and equipped. We're looking forward to enjoying this day together as we take time to wait on the Lord.

Whether you feel that your cup is empty or full, we’re believing this day is going to be a blessing for you.

KEMI KOLEOSO is a wife, mother, pastor and international speaker. Kemi worked for the NHS for over 25 years, specialising in Palliative/End of Life Care nursing, and lectured in that field. Kemi is currently the Head of Women and Children's ministries at Jubilee Church London and volunteers as a Bereavement support worker for her local hospice.

Kemi leads Courage Sisterhood. A ministry that organises Christian events for women in the UK and internationally. This includes the Courage Women's Conference, an annual event in London that gathers over one thousand women of all ages and walks of life and 'Courageous Sisters', a project aiming to restore women's dignity through spiritual guidance, financial support, business start-ups and education.

Elle Limebear has lived her life between two worlds. As the daughter of Delirious? front man, Martin Smith, Elle has experienced first-hand the thrill of stadiums filled with people while on tour around the world. As a worship leader and youth pastor in Brighton, UK, she is immersed in a close-knit, daily ministry within her community. She grew up seeing the global church and her local church worshipping God simultaneously. Elle says that one of her favourite roles in life is being an older sister. “I would love to sit with everyone and chat about everything. For them to feel safe like they’re talking to an older sibling or a long-time friend. I want my music to make them feel valued and included. I want them to feel like they have a seat at the table.” Elle recently got married to her husband Tom and they live in Brighton, UK.

Ayanna has sung in, and led a number of choirs over the years and is a dynamic and established worship leader at her local church. She has been singing with Karen Gibson and the Kingdom Choir since January 2015, supporting artists such as Queen and Jake Isaac, Emeli Sande and Gregory Porter; also performing at Southwark Cathedral and Westminster Abbey in the Martin Luther King Celebration choir and 70th Windrush Anniversary Choir, Most notably Ayanna performed at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with The Kingdom choir in 2018 .


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