Rev Celia Apeagyei-Collins, 8th April

Rev Celia will be back on the 8th of April 2018 to deliver another inspiring sermon. Please invite your friends and family to an amazing time in the presence of God.

Celia Apeagyei-Collins is the Founder and President of the Rehoboth Foundation, a cutting-edge Equipping Organisation offering Leadership/Vision Development Consultancy, Motivational and Mentoring programmes and Executive Coaching. RF also offers practical training for effective leadership and the success of both individual destiny and Corporate Objectives. The team at Rehoboth are committed to excellence and to presenting customized solutions. Celia also runs a Mentoring Network for Leaders from all spectrums of life and a Development Forum for Young and Emerging Leaders. In addition, she comes alongside pastoral leaders to help strengthen ministries and equip them for community transformations. An award-winning leader, Celia has been listed as one of the top ten most influential black Christian women in the UK. An excellent international speaker, her work is in ever-increasing global demand extending to over 30 countries. She is convicted everyone has a specific gifting as well as a sphere of influence within which to effect spiritual change, social reform and economic development.

Other positions held

  • Director/Trustee for OM (Operation Mobilisation)
  • Vice President for TEARFUND
  • Director for the National Church Leaders Forum (NCLF)
  • Board Member for Churches in Communities International (CiC International)
  • Advisory Council Member of Cinnamon Network
  • Trustee for International Third World Leaders Association (ITWLA)
  • Evangelical Alliance: Member of One People Commission / Board
  • Public Leadership Advisory Board

International Clients include

  • Churches
  • Church Networks and Denominations
  • Parachurch Organisations
  • Political Institutions
  • Tertiary Institutions
  • Financial Institutions
  • Medical Establishments
  • Corporates & Businesses
  • Hospitality Industry
  • Government & Local Authority
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