Headed up by Charity Bowman-Webb & Hilary McNutt, this team seriously help to make Tabernacle Scotland happen.
Charity is passionate about the prophetic and creativity. She loves being part of igniting creative and pioneering ways of releasing God’s Spirit in the Church and through mission. She is the Director of Streams Creative House with Streams Ministries International teaching and ministering in different nations. Her heart and calling are to help believers explore God though a depth of relationship, develop maturity through their revelatory gifts and see restoration and understanding of the creativity of God released to transform culture.
Through her first book and course ‘Limitless: God’s Creative Mandate for His People’, her newest book 'Creative Fusion' and various other teachings she aims to ignite the creative DNA gifted to God’s people wherever God sends her. Charity lives in Inverness, in the Highlands of Scotland, and is married to Alan with two daughters Sasha and Rhianna who are a great inspiration on the journey.
Hilary is passionate about friendship with God, how He sets us free and sets us in the Body of Christ. Based in Scotland, but often sent further afield, Hilary is an experienced teacher who enjoys making people laugh in their seats and fall on their knees. Her lighthearted but deep approach attempts to bring easy to digest meat to those who just want to know God more.For more about her and her courses, books and weekly blogs, see MustardSeedThinking.com
"I met Charity at the first CLAN Women when I was working as an Interior Designer. My eyes were opened to Godly Creativity and Atmosphere Design and I have been on a journey with her and the Lord ever since. Through this one encounter, I went on to be the Head Intercessor for CLAN Creativity, helped Charity with her book Limitless, went with her to Dallas to film the Limitless course and subsequently have helped to teach on the course too. I also went on to lead the Creative Team at the last CLAN Women. I currently lead a Creative Prayer Cell for my home church (St Mungo's Balerno) and this February I was part of a pioneering team that went to Cambodia to explore how Creativity can be used in the fight against the injustices of sex trafficking and bonded slavery. The adventure continues...."
Frank is a founder member of Kings Inverness and has served as a leader in this church since its inception. In this role he has always been at the forefront of encouraging new expressions of ministry and giving people opportunities to explore the calling that God has put on their lives, while overseeing the governance and finance of this church.
Two years ago Frank was invited to join the Blue Flame team and more recently he has taken on the role of assistant leader. In joining with the Tabernacle team Frank will bring with him some of the experience gained in working with both Kings and Blue Flame.
Lorna McDougall DRSAM studied cello and piano at the RSAMD and the RCM (post grad). She teaches cello and piano on the Black Isle in the north of Scotland, where she lives with her husband Brian.
Lorna won the Inverness Music Festival Open Composition class in 2006 with ‘Inside Out’ for unaccompanied cello, then in 2012 with Joie De Vivre for solo Piano. In 2013 arranged Paganini’s Caprice No 24 for violin and cello duo which is published by Spartan Press.
She has always loved improvising on piano and cello in a worship setting and has often ministered to others through improvisation.
Lorna's album 'Kiss of Grace', 30 minutes of anointed piano improvisation, is available from www.riversofmusic.co.uk as CD or Digital download.
Lorna is part of Streams Creative House, exploring music and sound in worship.
Rosie is passionate about all things new! New revelations inspire her to follow through with action- whether that's a lesson plan, song or dance.She sees creativity as a therapeutic journey in discovering more about our creator and becoming more like Him in our own unique way. Rosie loves walking, dancing and drumming out this freedom with friends, joining the colourful, sound-filled, love-full dance of the Trinity.Community building and empowering others is at the heart of her vision. She enjoys connecting with groups from different spheres to learn, explore and unite. Rosie is an Egyptian-Scot, born in the UK and lives in Inverness, Scotland.
For as long as I can remember I have enjoyed drawing and making things, leading me to specialise in Printed Textiles at Glasgow School of Art in the 1970s. At the age of 45 I came to know Jesus and longed to draw for Him, but it wasn't until 2012 at Clan Gathering that all the pieces came together during a seminar on Creativity and Prophetic Art - I felt, " at last, I've come home.’' Since then I have been involved in creative teams at New Wine Scotland and Tabernacle events. I have been blessed by so many other creatives who have encouraged me to grow in the gifting that God has given me.....loving the journey and looking forward to all that he has for me in the future. Here's a link to Jinty's art
Since becoming involved with Blue Flame 10+ years ago, she has ‘come alive’ with the knowledge that she is created in the image of Creator God, and the joy of using various creative styles to worship. In ministry, she is very passionate about fabric, both to move with during worship, and to bring a heavenly atmosphere to venues used for Blue Flame type events.
Sheila loves to support leaders, releasing them to do what they do best, and helping to turn their visions into reality. At the same time she is learning to lead in the area of Atmosphere Design at events and outreaches. She leads the Blue Flame hand massage team at mission and church events. This is no ordinary hand massage..prepare to encounter God!
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