Vineyard Worship Retreat | England 2022
We are excited to be able to gather again in-person in 2022!
The Worship Retreat is the annual gathering of all of our worship creatives, and is open to anyone who serves in any area of worship and attends a Vineyard Church, in the UK & Ireland. So, if you are a musician, worship leader, songwriter, artist (of any kind), Pastor, or just someone who loves to worship, you are welcome to come along!
John and Eleanor Mumford play a significant leadership role within the Vineyard family of churches, both in the UK and overseas. They worked for two years with John Wimber at the Anaheim Vineyard in California before starting the South West London Vineyard in 1987. They handed over the leadership of that church in 2008 and served as National Directors in the UK and Ireland; a role they played until 2015, when they handed it over in order to focus on the continued development and momentum of the international Vineyard family.
Rich & Lydia Dicas
Rich & Lydia Dicas are UK-based worship leaders and songwriters whose hearts burn to see God’s love transform people wherever they go. They are passionate about seeing the most broken and abused come into freedom and fullness of life. Rich & Lydia first met in Holland back in 2009 – they have been married for 9 years and are parents to River, David-Joshua and Jesse.
Bernie is on staff at Trent Vineyard in Nottingham. One of her roles is to help lead and co-ordinate worship across the church, as well as equip and disciple young worshippers. She is passionate about loving Jesus and seeing people fall more deeply in love with Him.
Jesse is Worship Pastor at Kingdom Vineyard in East Fife, Scotland. Originally from London, he has lived in Scotland since 2005. Since meeting Jesus in 1995, his boundless enthusiasm for good music and good theology has been put to work developing healthy worship practice and inclusive ministry environments. He’s been involved in a wide variety of secular and Christian musical settings, and he recently received a degree in theology and biblical studies at the University of St Andrews. His passions include studying apocalyptic literature, motorcycling around the Hebrides, drinking whisky, and listening to a mixture of Nordic jazz, prog metal, avant-garde rock, and Motown. His normal mood is set at “grumpy”, unless holding a guitar.