11 - 12 Jun 2021
Friday Evening - Saturday Evening
As with weeds in a garden, there are issues in life that you may keep trying to deal with but somehow, they keep rising up again, which can cause frustration, overwhelming guilt, shame and a myriad of additional issues which just makes the situation worse.
Addictions, physical sickness, relationship problems and many more issues can be the bane of your life, but they are not the primary issue, they are an expression of a deeper concern.
This course seeks to investigate beyond the presenting issues and looks to the roots that can hold us into these struggles. With a compassionate and non-judgemental approach, it seeks to bring clarity to why you have the problems that you face daily in your life as well a Biblical understanding of Gods heart and pathway for moving into a life of freedom.
This is an ideal course for people who are looking for help for themselves and who are wanting to understand more about the healing ministry.
I came with an agenda and although this was met, the ministry went beyond this and actually got to the REAL root of the problem - not what I had actually expected.
The course includes 8 teaching sessions with prayer ministry available during approximately half of those.
The following topics will be covered during the teaching sessions:
I know now that God loves me - I feel so free I could fly!
You'll be able to select your preferred booking option for each participant in the next step
Dormitory (Up to 9 sharing)
Triple / Quad (3-4 sharing)
Twin (2 sharing)
Twin ensuite (2 sharing)
We have a friendly reception team who will be available throughout your stay and will be able to help you with any queries you may have.
Reception opening hours are between 9:00am – 5.30pm, Tuesday – Saturday.
We have limited ground floor bedrooms available so please enquire when booking your room to see if we have availability. There is wheelchair access to our Main House entrance, Conference Hall entrance and some of our guest accommodation.
There are a broad range of accommodation options at Pierrepont, the availability of which depends on the course you are booking on and demand at the time:
Our kitchen staff are passionate about making delicious, nutritious meals for our guests. We are unfortunately unable to cater for specific dietary requirements.
Meal times are: Breakfast 8:00am, Lunch 12:45pm, Evening Meal 5:45pm.
We have a main gravel car park for all our guests and visitors. There is also parking available on our playing field.
Free WiFi internet access is available on the Pierrepont base.
For those travelling by car, we are conveniently located less than 3 miles south of the A31, which ultimately connects to the M25 motorway. For Sat Nav use our post code: GU10 3DL.
A bus stop is located immediately opposite our main drive for both directions of travel. Buses regularly run between Pierrepont and Farnham.
Our nearest train station is Farnham, just 3 miles away from Pierrepont. We are a convenient train journey away from London.
Local taxis are readily available to and from Ellel Pierrepont. Contact us for taxi phone numbers, if required. There are regular taxis available from Farnham train station.
Our nearest international airports are London Heathrow and London Gatwick. There are train and bus connections from the airports to Farnham train station, from where local taxis are readily available to cover the last three miles to Pierrepont.
London is just 45 miles to the east of Pierrepont, which is easily accessible by train from nearby Farnham. Travel time by train is approximately 1 hr 15 minutes, making a fun day visit possible.
Ellel Pierrepont is located on the western end of the county of Surrey just three miles south of Farnham. Straddling the edge of the North Downs, Pierrepont is surrounded by beautiful woodland heaths, rolling hills and idyllic towns and villages, such as Frensham, Churt and Tilford. Adjacent to Pierrepont, there are scenic walks to Frensham Ponds (see image) and cycle rides within Alice Holt woods.
Three miles away from Pierrepont is the historic town of Farnham. Take a day out to the shops and cafes, or just stroll through the streets and enjoy this quaint English market town.
Further afield, you may wish to visit other key attractions such as Hampton Court Palace, home to King Henry VIII, a must visit for history lovers; Windsor Castle, one of the Queen’s residences; the ancient city of Winchester; or explore the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew.
Pierrepont has its own stunning grounds that includes a woodland and river walk, with playing field amenities for volleyball, football and more.