Renewal Events


Living the life that Jesus desires for us means that we need to  create  space and time for Him to do the transformational work in our hearts. 

These events provide opportunity for us to grow in our understanding and experience freedom found in Christ and the deeper life- walking in the fullness of the Holy Spirit.   Some of these events will be hosted at St. Albert Alliance Church but we also want to direct you other churches that are hosting similar events that we want support.

We encourage you to consider how you might prioritize participating in these training opportunities in the coming seasons.

Soul Care (Various Churches)
It takes a healthy leader to lead a healthy church. We are often limited by our past wounds, our current behaviors, and our faulty thinking. The conference will teach Biblical principles for healing the soul, and overcoming broken and sinful areas of life. The Soul Care Conference will help church/spiritual leaders grow in intimacy and the health of their souls and equip them in making disciples at home.

Upcoming Soul Care Conferences:

Stay tuned for upcoming events.

The River
On the last Sunday of every month The River is an evening of spirit-led worship and prayer that provides an environment conducive to deepening your life with God - a place where the rivers of living water will flow within you! 

Please note, The River has been postponed until further notice, due to COVID-19.

 Encounter Freedom
A weekend all about experiencing freedom and healing in areas of bondage and brokenness in our lives. Encounter Freedom happens annually at St. Albert Alliance Church. Keep checking back for upcoming dates!

Holy Spirit Encounter
The Holy Spirit Encounter (HSE) is a weekend designed to give focused time in going deeper with God and to access the power that He has promised. With every HSE, each individual can anticipate having an encounter with God's love and power. 

Upcoming HSE:

Stay tuned for upcoming events.

There is no specific order in which these training opportunities must be engaged - each one stands on it's own.