Kaleidoscope Womens Conference 2023
Friday 2 - Sunday 4 June
We’re excited to host our Kaleidoscope conference again this year!
at Cornerstone Church Bedfordview
Benard Rd East, Morninghill
Click here for a map
Online Ticket sales are now closed.
Tickets are available at the door.
Includes sessions on both days, snacks, tea and coffee.
High Tea and speciality coffee on Saturday.
Please note that there is no childcare available.
Babies and Toddlers Room is available for children under 3 years old.
6:00pm: Registration and drinks
7:00pm: Session starts
Tea, coffee & snacks will be served
Light food will be on sale
8:00am: Registration and drinks
9:00am – 2:00pm: Multiple sessions
Tea, coffee & snacks will be served
High Tea & speciality coffee included
9:00am: Coffee and bacon rolls
10:00am: One Sunday
Join us as we gather with all the Cornerstone Church sites from across the city to worship Jesus.
Our Guest Speakers
My name is Justine Katherine Joy Wimble.
I’ve been in love with the Lord for 25 years!
I met my gorgeous husband when I was 13 years old, we got married when I was 21 and we have three handsome boys aged 15, 14 and 12!
We have served together full time at ONELIFE church for 27 years and planted our ONELIFE Durban site about 7 years ago.
I am passionate about the church, seeing people come to know Christ, and my family! I absolutely love coffee dates with my man, watching and being involved with my boys, I love being in my garden, shopping, organising things. I love feeding people, so baking, cooking and entertaining! I am a fan of exercise – running, walking, gym – I love it all!
Felicia Goosen is a Wellness Counsellor specialising in Youth Mental Health. She is in Private Practice at Mediwell, Dainfern Square, Fourways; and too offers online services.
Felicia advocates for youth mental health awareness and mental health awareness as a whole, through medium of sharing information, initiatives, motivational speaking and workshops.
Felicia’s workshops, support and mentorship groups aim to empower individuals, teachers and parents on mental health, vulnerability and temperament. She partners and consults with various organisations, schools and churches offering training, organisational structure, around mental health and holistic wellness.
Felicia was born in a Thai prison and lived there until the age of three. She was then separated from her mother and fostered in South Africa by her mother’s best friend. Felicia then loss her foster mother at the age of 15, few months before her biological mother’s release from prison. Some of the challenges encountered by Felicia includes being both a victim and perpetrator of bullying; suffering depression, anxiety, panic attacks, self-harm, substance abuse, hopelessness, despair, suicide attempts, school difficulties, relationship difficulties, loneliness, grief, low self-esteem and identity crisis.
Registration income goes to paying for food, rightly blessing the visiting preachers, celebration and sponsorship costs.
Why one price for both days?
It’s one theme starting Friday, ending Saturday. Don’t miss the beginning or the end of the story.
Why no pensioners or student prices this year?
We’ve decided to discount the ticket prices as much as possible for everyone.
When does registration close?
Midnight on Sunday, 28 May. After that you can pay at the door on the day.
Why does online registration close a few days before the event starts?
So we can print your personal name tag.
What if I can’t pay the full price?
We’re covering costs, not making money, so we’ve announced it early so that there is time to save. We don’t want anyone not coming because of money. If the cost is still a hurdle please speak to your leaders.
Is there any other way I can help?
Why not donate towards someone else’s ticket?